Richest President in the World  

Richest President in the World  

Many of the richest people in the world are leaders of nations, some are elected officials, others are absolute monarchs and few can be figureheads. Read on to know more about the Richest Presidents and leaders in the world.

Vladimir Putin – Vladimir Putin assumed the office of President of Russia in 2ooo and his actual net-worth is unknown and his Celebrity net worth estimates at $70 billion. Putin has earned a salary of $302,000 in 2017. Putin is said to be holding stakes in several companies, primarily in the oil sector, which marks as the biggest source to adding up his wealth.

Maha Vajiralongkorn – King of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn assumed the throne of Thailand in October 2016, where he inherited a $30 billion fortune which certainly castes him in the list of wealthiest leaders in the world.

Hassanal Bolkiah – Hassanal Bolkiah is the Sultan of Brunei and oil and natural gas has made Hassanal Bolkiah one of the richest royal in the world. Apart from the ultra-luxurious pattern of living, Sultan owns hundreds of polo ponies and lives in a palace with 1,788 rooms and 257 bathrooms.

Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan – Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan is the hereditary ruler of Abu Dhabi, the President of United Arab Emirates and is also among the richest Presidents in the world. He is an oil baron which makes his wealth up to $830 billion sovereign fund which is one of the biggest in the world.

Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum – Mohammed bin Rashid holds a record of being the biggest spender in the history of horse racing. He has purchased high-end stables across the globe. He apart from being his highness of Dubai is the Prime Minister of United Arab Emirates.

Donald Trump – US President Donald Trump’s net worth is approximately $3.1 billion, which distinguishes him to be the world’s richest president. He has a multiple structured business which deals in real estate holdings in New York. Trump holds own interest in network of golf courses and clubs, he has residences also in terms of his assets. The name of the President is the main force behind the global hotel management, branding and product licensing businesses.

Hans-Adam II – Hans Adam II has reigned as the crown prince of Liechtenstein since 1989. His family has their trademark on Liechtenstein Global Trust which is a private bank which entertains to the ultra-wealthy from around the world. He has a centuries old art collection which is said to be a most valuable investment and the prince also has two palaces.

Mohammed VI – King Mohammed VI holds the distinction of being Africa’s richest monarch. He controls the massive holding company worth $10 billion and is also said to be the controller of a majority portion of the planet’s phosphate reserves.

Qaboos bin Said aL Said – Sultan of Oman has ruled the country since he overthrew his father in 1970. The Sultan has taken his nation to another level where the implementation of new infrastructure and building schools, universities, hotels, hospitals, banks, ports and airports has added up further to his revenue.

Elizabeth II – Queen Elizabeth is the longest ruling monarch of United Kingdom. The Queen’s vast fortune includes $65 million home and a $140 million castle. Her much of wealth can be attributed to the Crown Estate; a vast trust that includes Buckingham Palace, the Crown Jewels, mineral and timber interests, enormous tracts of land puts a tally of Net Worth of $600 Million.

Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – King of Saudi Arabia, has resigned as absolute monarch since the passing of his half-brother in 2015. The Saudi royal family’s wealth comes from its country’s diverse assets, which are worth a reported $1.4 trillion.

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