To supplement their growing wealth is the growing popularity of the chain of DFO stores, especially at airports. Jim Goldburg : with a large property portfolio through CKG Properties, this Brisbane businessman and former finance director of Flight Centre , still has a large interest in the huge travel agency chain. Colin Goldschmidt : former managing director of Silex Systems who owned 2.
Lorraine Golightly: long term family owner and operator of the 3. However, he owns several businesses in his own right, still sits on a powerhouse of boards such as ANZ and Sydney Airport, formerly chaired Coca-Cola Amatil and ASX and also made tens of million through Investec, the investment bank he used to chair. Goodman family : a Sydney family who own or manage a massive global industrial property portfolio through Goodman Group. Delta Goodrem: famous singer and model and well known for her role as a The Voice judge.
They also provide designs under the name of Alba Fan Club for Jeanswest. Bruce Gordon : beginning with the purchase of the Television Wollongong Transmissions in , Bruce Gordon founded the regional media empire of WIN Corporation and is today also the largest shareholder in Nine.
Now chair of the Western Bulldogs and runs his own firm Gordon Legal, which has poached lots of staff off Slaters. Craig Gore : the founder of the financial services group Wright Patton Shakespeare, his interests are spread from property development to being the former owner of a V8 super car racing team, but was dragged into messy litigation in Started with Merrill Lynch and was poached by Morgan Stanley to head retail in early Jim Gorman: former business partner of the late mining mogul Ken Talbot, he owns several properties in Queensland including some pastoral holdings.
George Gorrow : co-founder of the high fashion label and highly successful Ksubi. A keen surfer who has diversifed into other areas including Baddies Bar in New York. A rare Rich Lister who is on Twitter. James Graham : has been involved with Wesfarmers since and is a former managing director of its Gresham Partners investment bank. Owned about 1m shares in Wesfarmers and now chair of Coles. Gravanis brothers: bought their first Sydney pub in and then benefitted from the introduction of poker machines which helped fund a substantial expansion of their Oscars hospitality portfolio.
Bruce Gray : the inventor of a liver cancer treatment which turned him into the largest shareholder in the listed Sirtex Medical. In , with his surfing buddy John Law, they started the Quicksilver surfwear empire. John Green : the former Macquarie Banker makes our list alone on his , shares in Worley Parsons. By the end of he held around Rodney Green : the former chief investment officer at Perpetual has made plenty since parting ways with the funds management giant, including from his 1.
Paul Greenberg: dubbed the father of online retail in Australia and made tens of millions as an early investor in Afterpay. Retired as a non-executive director in Lex and Peter Greensill: Derived most of their wealth from London based supply-chain finance company Greensill of which Lex is the chief executive.
Paul Griffin: Perth-based investor who has built up a large share portfolio. Aileen Griffith: Wahroonga-based investor on Sydney's Northern Beaches who has amassed a solid share portfolio. Bruno Grollo : arriving in Australia in , Luigi Grollo starting up a paving company which was carried on by his sons Bruno and Rino, and built into the construction giant Grocon.
He has retired now, leaving the running of the company to his sons. Rino Grollo : after the carve up of the Grollo empire, he and brother Bruno went separate ways. Through his company, Equiset, he continues construction and development projects in Melbourne and Sydney. Has retained 2. Now involved with start-up Barrenjoey. Eddie Groves : founder and former CEO of the child-care giant ABC Learning, his wealth has plummeted after margin calls and the collapsed of his old company but he has retained his shirt and a few residual assets sufficient to fund a lavish post-collapse wedding.
Reg Grundy's family : an Australian icon and successful television entrepreneur, who brought to our screens TV shows such as Neighbours , Prisoner and a large variety of game shows. Died in Michael Gudinski : founder of Mushroom records and the Frontier Touring Company which was ranked fifth largest concert promoter by Billboard magazine, the Mushroom juggernaut continues to grow including the film production division which was responsible for hits such as Wolf Creek and Chopper.
Geoffrey Guest : owned 6. Stewart Gull : the former Carlton footballer started developing regional Victorian retirement villages in and grew to a position of pursuing a float of the business under the Country Club Villages brand. Peter Gunn : renowned for his uncanny timing for investment in transport stocks, in his family owned company PGA partly merged with Mayne Nickless which has since been broken up and taken over. Prominent at the Melbourne Business School. Antony and Timothy Gunn: farmers from Forton in Tasmania whose family has run the property for almost 90 years and has battled wombats whilst also accumulating a significant share portfolio.
Jamuna Gurung and Shesh Ghale: Having arrived from Nepal, the couple have pioneered in the Australian private education sector, being the owners of the Melbourne Institute of Technology with students. David Hains and family : owning a hedge fund that specialises in long-term international investments, The Portland House Group generates much of this billionaire's wealth. In the s, he was one of Australia's most successful race horse owners and breeders, forming the highly regarded and successful Kingston Park Stud.
Bruce Hales : the Elect Vessel of the Exclusive Brethren church and leader of over 40, followers worldwide, he constantly receives cash and property donations from followers. He has control over a vast network of properties and also looms over the Brethren businesses spread across Australasia and the world. He pops up as a former executive director of Pacific Energy.
Peter Hall : former executive chairman of boutique fund manager Hunter Hall International who owned He even toyed with buying The Bulletin magazine. Deborah Halliday: top 20 shareholder of Paladin Energy with about 2. Jonathan Hallinan: Owner of a property empire. They bring in Alpacas from Peru, quarantine them in Fiji and then fly them to Australia. He has rural interests all over Australia and lives in a palatial mansion north of Daylesford.
Ron Hancock : former managing director and founder of investment company Wide Bay Australia who owned 1. Handbury family : their fortune originated from Murdoch media interests because Helen Handbury is one of the three sisters of Rupert Murdoch. The family's main investment is Ace radio - a regional radio network, but is supported by investments in properties around Victoria, including a range of golf courses.
The company was taken over by private equity in Hannan family : Sydney based, the Hannan family have been known to move with the times. Francis Hannan, later moving into newspapers and printing, established the family business as butchery in Now the family owns many media interests and are extending into property development.
Alan Hansen : a former US Marine Corps captain who arrived in Australia in and established an abalone diving operation. This grew into Tasmanian Seafoods, Australia's largest processor of abalone and sea cucumbers. Andrew Hansen : built his fortune through his late father Ken establishing the now listed Hansen Technologies which has produced computer billing systems since Frank Hargrave and family : he established labour contract company Skilled Engineering in which has provided the bulk of the family's wealth.
Hugh Harley : senior Commonwealth Bank executive who left in June but made plenty on his shares. Mitchell Harper: from an office above a Rozelle mobile phone shop hatched an idea in to make e-commerce shopfronts far more simple.
Harris Family: founders of the Castlemaine Bacon Company who began the business in , and successfully ran the business for years until they sold to Denis Jen and KR in Married to Cathy Rossi, they are parents to Lachlan Harris, who worked as press secretary to former prime minister Kevin Rudd. Richard Harris: Sydney-based chief risk officer at Afterpay who reportedly has a significant shareholding.
Geoff Harris : he revolutionised the retail travel business when he co-founded the discount travel franchise, Flight Centre. Jason Hart : owns software company Protocom, which grew from his garage in Canberra to an international business with the help of toll free phone numbers. Hart keeps ahead of technology so his business is always ready to make a profit, and has deals in Germany, the US and the UK.
Donated to bush-fire relief through his Magic Millions auction in January Also owns plenty of race horses. Made serious money through his own firm Matrix. Peter Hay : former managing director of contract miner Sedgman who owned about 8m shares. Brian Hayden: since commencing trading in Torquay, on Victoria's Surf Coast, in , Brian's real estate company has grown into the largest real estate practice on the Surf Coast.
Hayes family: own large property holdings in South Eastern Australia to support their thoroughbred breeding and training operations. Darren Hayes : found fame with band Savage Garden and is now a solo artist with his own label, Powdered Sugar.
Robert Healy : listed in the top 20 of hot rocks company Geodynamics with about 15m shares. Also has 25 million or 1. Peter Hearl: formerly with ESSO Australia, he rose to be president of Pizza Hut and then chief development office of parent company Yum Brands, although he retired on March 31, , and is now coming in as chair of the Woolworths spin off Endeavour Group. It owns the only private mill in Queensland, plus the Windaroo Golf Club. The real money will eventually come from residential development and this family has already started down this path in the Beenleigh area.
Tom Hedley : beginning as a plumber in , he began building homes in North Queensland, which led to the formation of the highly successful Hedley Group, although the credit crisis forced some major hotel sales in See AFR coverage. The construction boss and former chairman of The Gold Coast Turf Club, and horse trainer wife own Heinrich Bloodstock which has been a big buyer of yearlings over the years.
He also holds other retail property here and in the US. He also owns commercial and private property in Sydney's exclusive Vaucluse. Donated k to bushfire relief. Chris Hemsworth : famous actor and model from Melbourne and Phillip Island, most famous for his role as Thor in the Marvel Comics movie franchise.
Liam Hemsworth: famous actor and model from Melbourne, most famous for his role in the The Hunger Games movie franchise. Aaron Hendler : having established a successful business of manufacturing sports apparel in South Africa, he purchased the Australian distribution rights of Reebok which has since boomed. Judith Henzell : wealthy Queensland family which is realising a substantial fortune from land holdings on the Sunshine Coast such as Pelican Waters.
Georg Herda: an executive director of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in Sydney who has built up a solid share portfolio of his own. Competing against a flood of cheaper alternatives from Asia, HPM Industries is under pressure to maintain profits. Myer Herzberg : behind the Melbourne-based Denman audio retail chain, his wealth grew with a successful investment in listed company Infomedia.
Greg Hewett: Melbourne-based investor who has put together a solid share portfolio. Quentin Hewitt : farmer near Ballarat who has built up a solid share portfolio. Bruce Higgins: ran into trouble as a US-based executive of Redflex but now back in Melbourne as a professional director and owns a solid share portfolio.
Peter and Rod Higgins : beginning their working lives as self-employed boat builders, their careers turned sharply into home-loan mortgage broking, establishing Mortgage Choice , which has hit harder times of late, such that BRW dumped them in Hill family : chairman of Adelaide-based Hills Industries , which still produces the iconic Hills hoist clothes line that was created by his father and uncle.
They own around 15m shares. David Hill: former global head of Fox Sports for News Corp and arguably the international doyen of sports broadcasting. Felix Resources mined the Yarrabee mine for high quality coal for many years.
At one point he also owned a very popular Kiosk in the Botanical Gardens in Rockhampton. Michael Hintze : owner of hedge fund manager CQS who was named Australian of the Year in London for his philanthropic and charity work. Eddie Hirsch: co-founder of Hawthorn-based United Petroleum and a significant property owner.
Brian Hodges : former managing director of Bradken , one of Australia's biggest and oldest heavy engineering companies, who owned 2. Kerry Hoggard : former chairman of Nufarm who owned 2. Phillip Hollick: a Mildura-based investor who has built up a solid share portfolio. Janet Holmes a Court : she inherited the remnants of her late husband's wealth and is known for her strong social conscience. Peter Holmes a Court : pops up in the Ridley top 20 with Les and Patricia Holt : listed as owning 4.
Dick Honan : chairman of the family-owned Manildra, Australia's dominant producer of ethanol. Anna Hookway: a shareholder of the Sydney-based fashion brand management company, Oroton Group, she entered into a deed with brothers Robert, Ross and Tom Lane, dated October 21, which requires them to act co-operatively with each other in relation to the consolidated entity's affairs. At the time the An astute art collector whose wealth continues to grow. Robert Hosking : executive chairman and founder of Mt Martha-based Karoon Gas who owned about 12m shares or 8.
Gil Hoskins : the former managing director of National Mutual made his real fortune in property development and playing the dotcom boom, especially in companies like Sausage Software. The stock peaked at almost 50c in August before falling away.
Sean Howard : BRW dumped the OzEmail founder from its list claiming some of his investments have struggled but we don't buy this, especially given the success of ventures such as Webcentral and Melbourne IT. Details here. Later ran listed marketing company Photon which went broke. Reg Hunt : as well as racing for Maserati alongside Fangio in the Melbourne Grand Prix, this motoring enthusiast was for two decades Australia's biggest Holden dealer.
Ash Hunter: owner of the Hunter 5 group of companies which owns Just Magazines Publishing a classifieds listings service for used vehicles and other equipment. Started by his father in , readership grew o more than , before falling away with most of the print industry. Ian Huntley : founder of Huntleys' Investment Information and Huntleys' Investment Company, he has provided commentary and recommendations to investors for more than 30 years and enjoyed a tidy pay day selling out to Morningstar.
Sam Hupert : former managing director of the Melbourne-based Pro Medicus , leaders in e-health and digital imaging, who owned about 30m shares. Hyne family : owns one of Australia's largest timber companies which was established in Queensland years-ago. Back to top I Patricia Ilhan : widow of Australia's best known mobile phone salesman, "Crazy John" Ilhan who died from a heart attack in Nick Iloski : owner and founder of the Glad Group which is one of the fastest-growing cleaning companies in Australia.
A key to their success is the fact that they have secured large retail cleaning contracts in Sydney and then subcontract the work out to other individuals or cleaning companies. An ex-employee has been reported as saying how a majority of the cleaners contracted are foreign nationals who are not only vulnerable, but are also being exploited whilst Iloski's wife drives around in a new Maserati. Brothers Bob and Jack Ingham, are also major players in the thoroughbred racing industry until recently selling out to the Dubai royal family.
However, recently sold his Mosman mansion as Mariner teetered and the credit crunch hit. Joe Irvin : Sydney based hotelier who also owns pubs in Queensland. In , bought the Coolangatta Sands Hotel. Peter Irvine : managing director and co-founder of Gloria Jean's coffee retail outlets.
Now a professional investor with a wide range of plays as the new owners of the business he once ran continue to struggle. J Hugh Jackman : tripled his yearly salary in as a film and musical actor, and co-runs Seed, a production company. Jackman owns property in New York, Melbourne and London. Edward Jacobson: top 20 shareholder of Carnarvon Petroleum who owns about 14m shares. Bill James : another of the Flight Centre directors that has sold off a lot of his investment.
Wrote a guide book on the Kokoda trail. Dr Anne Japara: a pioneer in cancer research who attended University College in Melbourne, lives in Balwyn and owns a multi-million share portfolio. Leigh Jasper: co-founder of Aconex, an international broadband technology company which helps clients to organise and manage information efficiently, especially on major construction jobs.
Now based in Perth and has sat on a few boards too. Alan Jennings: pops up in the Sydney-based Gazal Corporation t op 20 with about 2. Francis Jennings: director and top 20 shareholder in the Hastie Group who owned about 9.
Thomas Jennings: director and top 20 shareholder in the Hastie Group who owns about 9. Allan Jenzen: a talented player in the WAFL who is now a Perth-based investor in his mid 70s and owns a multi million dollar share portfolio. Will Jephcott : former deputy chairman of Roc Oil who owns about 1.
Adam Johnson: a director of Innamincka Petroleum w ho owns about 8m shares. Mark Johnson : co-founded Macquarie Bank with chairman David Clarke and retired from full-time executive duties in , whilst remaining on the board. Unlike many Macquarie Bankers, didn't retire but instead joined a rival firm in his twilight years after also spending more than a decade as a professional director. Then worked for Nine after Macquarie Media takeover but was let go in to then move to 4 nights a week on Sky News working for the Murdochs.
Stock still trading in early at around 60c. Clive Jones : managing director of Bannerman Resources , an iron-ore wannabe in the Pilbara, who owns about George Jones : non executive chairman of Perth based Gindalbie Metals , who owns about 13m shares. He is also non executive chairman of Perth based Sundance Resources where he owns about Rod Jones : managing director of listed education provider Navitas , formerly known as IBT Education, who owns about 55m shares.
Fast forward to and he's been trying to privatise Navitas along with a private equity firm run by Ben Gray, but was in dispute with the board. Robert Jordan : the Australasian managing director of Westfield owns , shares. Peter Joseph : chairman of Perth-based Dominion Mining , who owns about 11m shares. Peter Joss : beginning his own glass-making business after parting ways with his brother, this business became the basis of his stake in the building-products group McIlwraith-Davey.
Since sold, he has ventured into property investment. Peter Jowitt: made his money running a certificate framing business in South East Queensland and now lives in Bunya outside Brisbane. Owns a multi-million dollar share portfolio. Peter Joy: a wealthy agri-business operator who owned Stephen Joyce: a high profile member of the Exclusive Brethren and a director of UBT, the Brethren's Universal Business System which offers such services as coaching and computers with connection only to the internet through the Brethren's own portal.
Stephen is also the grandson of William Leslie Joyce who owned Mastercraft Chocolates before selling it in January to Lifesavers for a tidy sum. Stephen was born on December 31, and is very clever, having also worked hard for what he has. WL Joyce was killed in a car accident and his successors remain divided based on their involvement with the Brethren.
Juniper family : made their fortune as leading Queensland property developers. Specialising in high-end residential developments, they continue to grow through property including Sea Temple Resorts. Back to top K Con Kafataris : the former Sydney bookmaker controlled Darwin-based Centrebet International with a holding of 52m shares or John Kahlbetzer : agribusiness mogul who owns one Australia's largest property portfolios, Twynam Agricultural Group, with over , hectares.
Kailis family : Michael and Patricia were pioneers in the lobster industry in WA, which founded the family's fortune. The business has expanded into pearl farming, combining fishing and fashion. Soraya Kaleel: a generous donor to St Vincents Hospital in Darlinghurst and owns a solid share portfolio. Charitable and philanthropic, the Kantor family have a strong interest in the arts scene in Melbourne, plus funded The Climate Institute. Karidis family: founder of the largest property development and investment businesses in South Australia, Karidis Corporation, which has interests in retirement living accommodation, car parking, residential and commercial properties.
Melissa Karlson : daughter of the late Perth-based billionaire Bill Wyllie who is responsible for the Wyllie Group's extensive national investment portfolio. Damian Kassabgi: Afterpay's public policy boss did 19 years of hard labour working for Kevin Rudd but can now afford to retire. Nonda Katsalidis : Melbourne architect and also had a one-third interest in the giant Eureka Tower.
He also owned largely rural property holdings near the Gold Coast. Keighran : a technology whiz-kid who was writing software programs at 10 years of age. Andrew Kelly : began selling car radios at local markets, he opened the first of many Strathfield Car Radio stores in He lost heavily in the dotcom crash, but has hung onto a residual fortune. Michael and Alexander Kelso: beef farmers based in Coleraine in Victoria's western districts who also have a share portfolio worth tens of millions.
Hails from the liquor retailing family. Russell Kempnich : founder and chairman of Queensland-based Sedgman , a leading provider of multi-disciplinary engineering, project delivery and operations services to the global resources industry, who owned David Kenley: former CEO of booming medical company Polynovo who has had a long and successful career developing medical technology.
Kennard family : from humble beginnings, patriarch Walter built Kennards Hire into one of Australia's largest and most respected hire companies, with over 60 branches across Australia. The family later bought back the portfolio, suggesting they are seriously wealthy. Andrew Kent : chairman of Perth-based Aspermont , who owned about m shares in Miranda Kerr: Sydney model best known for her work with Victoria's Secret.
Owen Kerr : co-founder of exchange broker Pepperstone. Harry Kewell : arguably Australia's best-known soccer player of his generation who has made tens of millions playing in the English Premier League for the likes of Leeds and Liverpool.
See The AFR. Kidman family : an empire started by Sir Sidney Kidman more the years ago. Contributed k to bushfire relief. Michael Kiernan : the former trucker turned mining entrepreneur built up significant value in Territory Resources but then lost plenty when Monarch Gold fell over. Craig Kimberley : the Just Jeans founder sold his business way too cheaply to private equity in , but he's still worth plenty.
David King: former director of Eastern Star Gas who owned about Guy King: co-founded discount coupon website RetailMeNot. Kirby family : from humble beginnings of an inner-city motorcycle workshop, Sir James Kirby turned the business into a significant manufacturing enterprise, which has since been sold. Today, the family has many diversified interests, including heavy investment in the Hungerford Hill winery in NSW. Was in dispute with his brother Robert Kirby leading up to the sale.
Jacob Klein : former managing director of Sydney-based Sino Gold, which was fully acquired by Canadian gold miner Eldorado Gold in Now heads up Evolution Mining which has been a profitable play too. Jurgen Klein : using a combination of science and horticulture he successfully created the cosmetics company of Jurlique International, which was backed by Kerry Packer for a while but then ran into big problems with the ACCC.
He also once owned about 2. Headed for another big pay day through her latest gig at Scientific Games ahead of its likely Australian float. David Knappick : former chief financial officer of Felix Resources , a former Australian resources company which was purchased by China's Yanzhou Coal in Paul Kopejtka : former executive chairman of Perth-based Murchison Metals who owned about Kornhauser family : HSP Property Group is a private company of this family that has strong interests in Queensland courtesy of the late Eddie Kornhauser's pioneering high-rise property developments on the Gold Coast in the s.
Sam Kurtz : owns at least 25 retail properties ranging from Mornington to Malvern. Lionel Krongold : former owner of KH Stramit Limited, one of Australia's largest steel manufacturing companies, and now executive chairman of the Krongold Group of Companies, a privately owned Melbourne based Investment Company. Now pursues private developments and was also chair of Billabong International and a director of Visy Industries. Lamb family : owning the Australian rights to technology that allows advertisement tracking, continues a history of media investment.
Rodney Lamb : former executive director of Queensland-based Sedgman , a leading provider of multi-disciplinary engineering, project delivery and operations services to the global resources industry, who owns about Barry Lambert : former executive chairman of Count Financial who owned about 90m shares.
Count was eventually bought by CBA and Barry became the largest retail shareholder in the bank. See top 20 shareholders on page 79 of annual report. The company specialises in resource industry IT solutions. Peter Lansom: former executive director of Eastern Star Gas who owned about 7. Peter Larsen : education industry veteran who was a director of listed education provider Navitas , formerly known as IBT Education, which was taken over in He owned about 31m shares at the peak.
Greg Lasrado : former internet porn-king who amassed a modest property portfolio in Brisbane and was also a donor to the ALP. Joseph and Tony Lattouf: the brothers started their first hair dressing salon in Doncaster in and now control Hairhouse Warehouse, Australia's biggest hair and beauty franchise with over outlets. Sadly, Joseph passed away at 53 in after a short battle with cancer. Leon Lau : the founder of recruitment company People Bank he owned about 15m shares.
Arthur Laundy : owner of over 60 pubs and hotels across NSW. Also a racing enthusiast as he spent several years on the board of the Newcastle Jockey Club. Andrew and Rhonda Leed: successful farmers who live on a property in Junortoun near Bendigo and also have a very large share portfolio. Deborah Lei: owner of the East West Group of companies which has several major developments around Ipswich, Queensland. She is also involved in international trade and investment consultation and is Ipswich City Council's honorary business ambassador to China.
A financial contributor to the ALP, she has used her political connections to promote her cause. Isi Leibler : from humble beginnings in a shop in the Melbourne suburb of Sunshine, he built Jetset Tours group into large business which he sold to Air New Zealand in Dudley Leitch : former managing director of Kings Minerals , involved in the exploration and development of gold, silver, and base metals in Mexico and Australia, who owned about 38m shares. Peter Lemon: based in Caulfield and owns a large share portfolio.
Anthony Lennon : the property developer behind the listed Peet Ltd who owned about 70m shares at the peak. Robin Levison: managing director and CEO of Queensland-based mining products and services group Industrea , owns about Recently bought control of Just Group.
Peter Lewis: Caulfield-based investor who owns a large share portfolio. Lewis family : the Sydney family's wealth has been built by the Lewis Land property group which has strong interests all over Australia. Justin Lewis: the former head of strategy at Allco Finance Group owned 1. Allco collapsed in late so shares are worthless. Liberman family : smart investment strategies and excellent timing have built the family's multi-billion dollar fortune, which began in Melbourne after the arrival of Jack Liberman who fled Poland as a holocaust survivor.
Ye Lipei: Shanghai born property developer. Hongchen Liu: an investor based in the Sydney suburb of Waterloo who has built up a solid portfolio of shares. See p73 of annual report. Mark Lochtenberg : former managing director of Cockatoo Coal who owned John Longhurst : majority shareholder in the south east Queensland shopping mall giant, the Hyperdome.
A shrewd investor, in he purchased an 85 hectare site in Coomera, the site of the Dreamworld theme park, which he sold in Luc Longley : retired from basketball in , after 11 seasons in the NBA, including a number of Chicago Bulls premierships playing along side Michael Jordon.
Longley now stands up for environmental causes across Australia. Geoffrey Lord : John Elliott's former right hand man who got out of Elders with a tidy pile and now has an extensive empire through his Belgravia Group which over the years has included businesses such as formal wear, corporate apparel, gym equipment, fitness centre management and taxis. Peter Lord: former non-executive director of Clive Peeters electrical discount chain who owned Ignatius and Angela Loriente: investors in Melbourne's eastern suburbs who have put together a solid share portfolio.
John Love: the former head of shipping at Allco Finance Group owned 2. Frank Lowy : born in Czechoslovakia, Frank had his first taste of retailing working in his mother's grocery store. He arrived in Sydney in with a small suitcase, little English and no money. Driving a delivery truck, he saved enough money to open a small delicatessen in outer-suburban Blacktown with friend John Saunders.
This business was the humble beginnings of the shopping centre giant Westfield. Alistair Lucas family : lost the power struggle to run Macquarie Bank's investment banking division to rival Nicholas Moore but still made tens of millions from his long service in the Millionaire Factory's Melbourne office and did just as well at Goldman Sachs-JB Were for several years before tragically passing away in the prime of his life.
Is now married to Solomon Lew's former daughter in law and also made plenty as a founder in a telecommunications company. Andrew Lukas : former boss of AJ Lucas Group , an Australian leader in horizontal directional drilling for the resources industry, who owned 6. It's been a shocker for shareholders ever since. Darryn Lyons : the wild man from Geelong began his photographic career with the Geelong Advertiser. He moved to London and established his business, Big Pictures, which was one the world's biggest celebrity photo agencies.
Was a terrible mayor of Geelong. Back to top M Sherman Ma : the litigious founder of Liberty Financial, which for a while had the biggest slice of the low-doc loans market in Australia. Eddie Machaalani: from an office above a Rozelle mobile phone shop hatched an idea in to make e-commerce shopfronts far more simple. Chris Mackay : the former boss of UBS in Australia rode the credit boom nicely and then made a fortune as chairman of fund manager Magellan Financial Group.
He left to become managing director of Sara Lee in Australia, but returned to Kellogg in as managing director, Kellogg Australia before landing the top global gig at Kelloggs. Dennis Mackenzie : former managing director of CSG , an information, communications and technology business that began in as a Xerox business centre based in Darwin, who owns about 51m shares. Hugh Maclachlan : he heads Australia's largest privately owned rural property group with 4. Penny Maclagan : a former maths teacher, she joined Computershare , which was founded by her brother Chris Morris and served many years as a director and large investor with about about 16m shares.
Bruce Maclaren : owner of Brisbane Steel Fabrications who has built up a solid property portfolio as well. Elle Macpherson : once known globally as 'The Body' and an archetypal supermodel, she has continued to grow her wealth through her business nous and the establishment of retail lingerie giant Bendon.
John Mactaggert : Technology One director and foundation investor who owned about 67m shares at the peak. Magid family : Ambitious Property Developments generated much of this Melbourne family's wealth. Developing Esso house in Sydney into apartments, and Fountain Gate shopping centre in Melbourne are two of their bigger plays. Nathan Mahalingam : managing director of Perth-based Mission Biofuels , who owned Owning an array of office bulidings and shopping centres in an around Adelaide.
Kevin Maloney : former executive chairman of MAC Services Group , suppliers of accommodation services to industry, who owned Roy Manassen : another food king, his Manassen Foods Australia is one of Australia's biggest food importers and wholesalers distributing 85 brands nationally including iconic brands such as Twinings Tea, Carrs Crackers and Trident Sauces.
Mantello family: Old man Albert was a legendary North Melbourne ruckman but his sons now run the successful development business which has included the excellent Sandhurst golf course estate in Melbourne's south east. Grahame Mapp : known as an "accumulator of wealth", a shrewd investor with the majority of his wealth in shares. Marchant family: large land holder with substantial cotton and horse breeding interests based around Goondiwindi in Queensland.
David Mariner: was responsible for the re-development of the historic Regent Theatre in Melbourne. This property developer has a diverse property portfolio with The Mariner Group, but arguably should have gone broke in the s but for the generosity of the Commonwealth Bank. A former senior banker at Rothschild Australia.
Mitchel Martin-Weber: owner of Inenco, the holding company for Australia's leading bearing, power transmission, driveline and hose, fasteners and sealing componentry supplier. Domenic Martino : former chairman of Clive Palmer's iron ore hopeful Australasian Resources who owns Roger Massy-Greene : the former chairman and major shareholder of Excel Coal before it was taken over in A great mate of Andrew Forrest through their ill-fated time at Anaconda Nickel together.
Phil Mathews : a Sydney investor whose fund was a big resources punter. Bruce Mathieson : born into a farming family, he left school when he was 13 to become a toolmaker. At 31, he purchased his first hotel after being refused accommodation in a pub because he had children.
This billionaire former business partner of Alan Bond now manages Australia's biggest pubs and pokies empire for majority shareholder Woolworths. He is the younger brother of pokies king Bruce Mathieson. Very unusual to have two brothers who started with nothing become independently successful in business. Peter Mattick : co-founder of Salmat , Australia's largest company specialising in management of call centres, mailing of bank statements, advertising material and catalogues. Peter Mavridis : after working in the US for two years, Mavridis noticed a gap in the Australian market for purely information technology firms, and moved back to start business S Central.
As a large shareholder in Felix Resources, he was paid handsomely when they were purchased by Yanzhou Coal. Malcolm McCusker : a well-known Perth legal family with a large share portfolio. Jarrod McCracken : a former rugby league player who made plenty swtiching sides during the Super League wars, McCracken now owns property development company Crackers Corporation.
Paul McCullagh: founding managing director of successful private equity firm PEP who originally hailed from Ireland and sits on boards such as Emeco and share registry firm Link. Has been active in Australia since as head of Prudential Securities and later Salomon Bros, all gigs which paid exceptionally well. McDonald family : owning around , cattle spread over 11 properties totaling 3. He also retains a handy stake in the now listed Bell Financial Group.
John McGrath : made his original pile through his own real estate firm in Sydney but his best little earner of late has been 2m shares in the News Ltd-controlled realestate. Peter McIntyre : former managing director of Perth-based uranium explorer Extract Resources , who owns 4. Andrew Mckenzie : former managing director of WA based Euroz , who owns about 8. Steve McKnight: a former accountant who began his property investment foray ten years ago.
He has also written From 0 to Properties in 3. Had also funded some anti-gambling campaigning which is excellent. Don McLay: long time director of Credit Corp who owned 1. The couple also have a large portfolio of investments in Queensland. Rove McManus : has become one of Australia's premier light entertainment personalities. Starting as a comedian, he owns his own production company that produces Rove Live.
Ian McMullin : most of his wealth has been derived from the Spotless group, a company he founded with his brother, pressing trousers in a small shop in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy. Brian is one of the few people to have sold shares before coming onto a board in order not to have too big a stake in the company given this could cause a conflict of interest. Indeed, as we pointed out in this Feb 26 Constant Investor piece, when he retired as CEO 6 years ago he owned , ordinary shares and a further , LTI rights.
Assuming all those LTIs vested, he could have owned 1. Future direction is shifting towards a focus on the premium market. Thomas Meakin : principal consultant of engineering services company Sedgman owns about 17m shares.
Ron and Roy Medich : self-made millionaires from the Sydney Croatian community, their wealth is focussed around commercial property in Sydney and Melbourne. Phil Mehrten : founding director of Melbourne-based Probuild Constructions. He has become known for completing projects on time and on budget. He owns around 15m shares. Hans Mende : of Felix Resources , a former Australian resources company was purchased by China's Yanzhou Coal in which he benefited greatly from the sale.
Menegazzo family : in the s, Peter Menegazzo was Australia's biggest potato farmer based in Swan Hill. Famously he was part of a consortium that purchased AMP's Stanbroke Pastoral Company just before a boom in beef property. Died in a plane crash but his children now run the empire. Lou Menniti : he arrived in Australia from Italy at the age of five, and following a building apprenticeship he heads Menniti Holdings In Brisbane.
Rod Menzies: Melbourne's multi-millionaire cleaning magnate and art saleroom supremo he founded Menzies International , which is one of Australia's most profitable private companies. Menzies International incorporates a cleaning business, fine art auction house, vineyard and racehorse stable. Subsequently came a cropper and was taken over. He owns a significant property portfolio and has financial interests in a host of software plays. Peter Meurs : part of the "Worley three", he runs the Australian and New Zealand businesses of the global engineering giant Worley Parsons.
Chairs resource investor Apollo Group. They have just signed contracts with Blur Optix and Lovable to branch into eyewear and lingerie. Naomi is now the executive chair and CEO of one of Australia's largest privately held retailers. He's still based in Adelaide.
The empire was built up by Jim Millner who joined Soul Pattinson as trainee pharmacist in Sydney before enlisting. He owns huge land banks in Newcastle and other areas, and he owns and operates 8 quarries. Kylie Minogue : is most famous from her singing career, has also worked as an actress, owns a lingerie and fragrance line.
She also owns property in Melbourne, Paris and London. George Mirabella : part of the Mirabella Lighting empire, whose father Paul started it all in the s. Tom Misner : founder of the international network of audio engineering and digital media schools, SAE Institute, that educates over 36, students a year. He first became a partner in but largely stopped working for the firm in when he retired from running the Redcliffe office which was then completely closed in after operations were consolidated in Brisbane.
Harold Mitchell : Australia's most famous media buyer. Julian Mitchell : before becoming an investment director for JM Asset Management, he had worked extensively as a research analyst and investment banker across the world. Now concentrates on prawn farming but was one of the Opes Prime customers protected from margin calls over shares in Aristocrat Leisure, so the wealth might be getting a little wobbly.
Lev Mizikovsky: chairman of Queensland-based construction company Tamawood , he owns about 22m shares. Mat Mladin : six-time winner of the AMA Superbike Championship, he runs a motorcycle import business and has a large contract with Suzuki. Max Moar : the long-time partner of the late Ted Lustig, he's now out of Melbourne's Hyatt hotels and is now developing land on the coast of Mexico to house the millions of retirees from the US.
Hopefully he didn't hang on given later disasters. Also served a stint on the CBA board. Stephen Moignard : a former magazine publisher and serial entrepreneur. John Mohnacheff: group sales director of Liberty Financial Group who owned 3m shares when the business floated in Ned Montarello: executive chairman of Perth-based financial services technology company Thinksmart who floated the business in and still owns about Simon Moore: the son of John Howard's former Industry Minister John Moore who carved out a successful private equity career running the Australian arm of Carlyle for many years and then setting up his own firm Colinton Capital.
Nick Moraitis : claims to run Australia's leading fresh produce company and is also a major shareholder in Sydney's markets by virtue of large operations he has there. Also owns many race horses and sits on the Sydney Turf Club board. Doug Moran : the founder of the Moran Group was once Australia's largest private nursing home operator. Rob Moran: the former co-head of corporate finance at Allco Finance Group owned 3. Made his money as an investment banker with the likes of BZW before setting up his own boutique firm Calliburn.
Gary Morgan : the colourful pollster and Melbourne eccentric who still runs and controls Roy Morgan Research. Lost plenty in his gold play Haoma Mining. Peter Morgan : former controlling shareholder in boutique fund manager Capital but made his name as head of equities at Perpetual. Chris Morris : the founder of Computershare has built it into the world's biggest share registry and services company.
Terry Morris : has built his wealth from property investment and a mail-order business, and also owns the Sirromet winery. John Morrison: former London-based CEO of Man Investments, which runs the world's largest independent manager of hedge funds, with staff in 15 countries.
Dennis Morton: large shareholder of Eastern Star Gas who owned about They separated in , as this profile in The Australian explains. Sam Moss and family: co-founder of retail chain Katies. Alf Moufarrige : found a niche with upmarket serviced offices, and established the listed company Servcorp of which he owns around 48m shares.
Rick Munday : started as a chef, then bought his own restaurant before moving into pubs across Australia with the Munday Group. He first became a partner in and retired several years before the sale. Tosh Murphy: A Queensland property developer who had some interesting dealings with elected councillors. See this piece in The Australian. Myer family : a philanthropic family, whose initial wealth was formed by their interests in the Myer department store chain. Allan Myers : one of Australia's best commercial QCs and Australia's richest lawyer, largely thanks to a stake in a Polish brewery once owned by his client Alan Bond.
The guy jokes about moving the Toorak property market if he ever started looking, so he acts like a seriously wealthy individual. Steve Nasteski: Brett Whiteley's former art dealer is these days described as an art collector and prestige home flipper after shelling out on a number of NSW properties in recent years.
Lives in London. Paul Naude : from humble beginnings as a small board shorts manufacturer on the Gold Coast, Billabong International became a global surf and streetwear conglomerate. Paul was a director who owned about 1. Bruce Neil : most money invested in superannuation and managed funds goes through an administration service.
Bruce Neil's company, Select Managed Funds, supplied this service and was listed in He then sold to Australian Wealth Management in and has spent his time building horse breeding interests. At one point owned Kerr Neilson : as a star fund manager for BT in the s, he broke away to form his own group, Platinum Asset Management , and is now a confirmed billionaire after it floated in He holds around m shares or Doing great things funding public interest journalism.
Mark Nelson: chairman of Sydney-based fund manager Caledonia which has enjoyed enormous profits in from its 3 biggest investments - see AFR article. Owning many interests in both residential and commercial property, they also have mineral, fuel and quarrying businesses. Max New : he built his wealth in textiles which has been supported by his astute share dealings. Also, the father-in-law to failed mining tycoon Joseph Gutnick. Marylyn New : involved in property, she owns Fremantle's Esplanade Hotel and also 70 apartments in Fremantle's Woolstores project.
Rob Newman: CEO of booming aerial mapping firm Nearmap and has also made many millions out of his shareholding in listed 3D mapping business Pointerra, as is explained in this AFR article. Newsboys : with more success in the US than in their home country of Australia, and members of the band changing, they are still the world's biggest Christian rock act.
After that, he put pre-float seed money into Hill 50 Gold in the s and made a small fortune when South Africa's Harmony Gold took it over. Then put pre-float seed money into Abelle Ltd which was also profitably sold to Harmony. Other big plays included Bluestone Tin, a funds management outfit in the s, Sydney Gas and a horse stud as you can see here.
Nicholas family : their fortune was founded on Australia's most famous pharmaceutical product Aspro, but is somewhat diluted and spread amongst the family. He also owns commercial properties in Brisbane. Kevin Nixon : his real estate business was established in Moorabbin, Victoria in March specialising exclusively in commercial and industrial property, including investment properties. The company has now grown to become a recognised leader in its field and manages over properties.
They together owned 10m shares. Ross Norgard : former director of Brockman Resources , who owns about Christopher Norman : a former director of Perth-based ship builder Austal , who owned 26m shares. Greg Norman : former world number one golf professional, Greg Norman continues to build his wealth through golf course design, property, clothing, wine and export beef. Ian Norman family : the late co-founder of Harvey Norman had a substantial property portfolio, but the majority of his wealth can be attributed to the rise of the retail giant, Harvey Norman , which he established with Gerry Harvey in Foster's then bought Southcorp and Bob now focuses on his boats and developing Hamilton Island.
Eddie Obeid and his 5 sons have acquired tens of millions down the years through various interesting means which eventually led to Eddie finishing up in jail. Peter O'Brien : went broke in the s after taking on too much debt buying pubs from Foster's but has come back brilliantly through his acquarium play which was sold to MFS in Unfortunately, he took a little too much stock and suffered from the MFS implosion. All product is exported to Japan, the Middle East and Europe.
The plant slaughters animals a day five days a week, bones them and also renders the by-product margarine, fertiliser and the like. However, O'Connor had a rough fight with Victoria's meat unions a few years back as you can see here. Jamie Odell: the former Aristocrat Leisure CEO made plenty on his incentive scheme as the company performed well and is now prospering in private equity land through Ellerston Capital. Simon O'Donoghue: has been in real estate all his working life and for 31 years has been the principal of O'Donoghues First National.
Having always operated in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne, he has become a leading agent in Victoria. Geoff Ogilvy : a past winner of the US Open golf tournament who made plenty on the tour. Michelle O'Halloran : owned 8. Denis O'Neil : with roots back to Hymix concrete, this Sydney fortune has continued to grow.
O'Reilly family: run the legendary O'Reillys eco-tourism business in Lamington National Park show-casing arguably Australia's best remaining rain forest in the Gold Coast hinterland. Five brothers and three cousins were originally sold acres to clear and farm in but over time they realised the fortune to be made from eco-tourism. Paul O'Shea : starting with a nursing home in Sydney 30 years ago, he bulit up TriCare to be the largest private retirement accommodation service in Queensland.
Graham Otter: retired executive for the Gandel family and Maurice Alter who also owned a chicken chain and has built a solid share portfolio. Outtrim now runs ekoLiving, which aims at managing and reducing home energy use, and hi-tech home entertainment management.
Les Owen : under his leadership AXA successfully undertook a major transformation program which resulted in significant improvements in performance and shareholder value. The Liverpudlian has stayed in Australia after retiring. Equity worth plenty more. James Packer : inheriting a massive media empire, and an intricate web of other business interests, James is adjusting his focus away from televisions and magazines that built his family's fortune, and concentrating on casinos, which are now struggling.
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Thomas Cook hurriedly evacuated around holidaymakers staying in the same hotel after other guests started to fall ill. In November , business analysts suggested that Thomas Cook should split the business to help recover its financial health. In February , the Financial Times newspaper said that the Thomas Cook Group had received bids for its airline business, which included Condor , and also the company as a whole.
By September , Thomas Cook Group was "the most shorted company on the London Stock Exchange,"  and reports began to emerge that the company was "in last minute negotiations" with bondholders, in order to approve the Fosun takeover. Despite this, a late demand is reported to have emerged from the Group's funders, including Royal Bank of Scotland and Halifax ,  who insisted that the Group be sufficiently recapitalised to ensure operations were protected through to January, when bookings are traditionally quieter and liquidity would be challenging.
A final failed attempt to prevent the Thomas Cook Group from administration or liquidation took place the evening of 22 September At around midnight on 23 September, airports in the UK began to impound Thomas Cook aircraft upon arrival, citing "default in payment of airport charges".
The collapse triggered an operation initiated by the CAA, aiming to repatriate , British citizens from abroad. The operation was codenamed 'Operation Matterhorn' and overtook the collapse of Monarch Airlines as the UK's biggest peacetime repatriation. Around 40 aircraft from various airlines, including easyJet and Virgin Atlantic , as well as at least one Airbus A from Malaysia Airlines ,  were chartered. On 9 October , independent travel agent Hays Travel announced that it had acquired all former Thomas Cook travel stores in the UK, and planned to re-employ a "significant number" of former employees.
The German travel group DER Touristik acquired the Sentido hotel brand, with the deal subject to antitrust approval, on 4 December On 24 January , it was announced that Polish carrier LOT Polish Airlines had acquired German airline Condor, with the acquisition expected to be completed by April once antitrust approval had been secured. Arcandor filed for bankruptcy in June ,  and its shares in Thomas Cook were sold in September The remainder of the stock floated freely.
Thomas Cook Group employed approximately 21, staff worldwide, with 9, in the United Kingdom. The agents primarily sold package holidays under the in-house British tour operator Thomas Cook Tour Operations, and flight-only bookings with Thomas Cook Airlines. On 23 September , the business entered compulsory liquidation , like all other UK entities in the group. Thomas Cook In Destination Management Limited  was an overseas management company, operating on behalf of its British sister tour operator and airline.
The business was in charge of managing bus transfers to hotels and providing hotel 'reps' for Thomas Cook customers. The majority of hotels were located in Europe , primarily in countries within the European Union. The Thomas Cook Group Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft before its collapse: . On 22 May , Manchester City announced that its six-year partnership with Thomas Cook would conclude at the end of the —09 Premier League season.
As one of the UK's biggest and most popular providers of package holidays, Thomas Cook was appointed to provide "affordable and accessible" holidays and accommodation throughout the games. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Former global travel group. This article is about the formerly publicly listed, Thomas Cook Group.
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