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“If I’m going to do something, I do it spectacularly or I don’t do it at all”.
|Date of Birth||7 March 1955|
|Source of Wealth||Investments|
|Residence||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|Education||Bachelor of Arts, Menlo College; Master of Science, Syracuse University|
Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud was listed as one of Time magazine’s Time 100, an annual list of the hundred most influential people in the world in 2008.
In 2009, the President of the island nation of Maldives honored Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud with ‘The Order of Izzudin.’ He also received the ‘State of Palestine’ award in the same year.
He was honored with the ‘Dwight D Eisenhower Award for Innovation’, in 2010.
2012 was the year of achievements for him. He received the ‘Bahrain Medal of the First Order’, ‘Colina De Boe Medal’, and the ‘Mahaujjval Rashtradip Mandapvi’ in this year.
Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud loves to ride in his super luxurious Rolls-Royce Phantom.
Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud has a Hawker and Boeing 747 jets as his personal possessions. The interiors of Boeing 747 are ravishingly luxurious.
His owned properties include- a palace named ‘Promotion Palace’ which he used for promotion of public, an under construction four million square meter Luxury resort, Castel of Castagneto Po, located on the slopes of the famous Turin Hills, Europe, Seychelles Resort a subsidiary of the “Kingdom Holding Company”, and “Four Seasons George V hotel” which is estimated worth $150 Million.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud owns a 282-foot yacht. The name of the asset is Kingdom 5KR.
Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud is said to own the world’s largest private jet, the Airbus A380.
He owns more than 300 of the most exotic and luxurious vehicles. Some of them are- the Ferrari, and a Rolls-Royce Phantom. His most favorite are the diamond Ducati motorcycle, valued at $4.8 Million, and a diamond-studded handmade Mercedes SL600 car.
He is believed to have set up his business career when his father gave him $15,000 cash and a house.
Time magazine names him as the Arabian Warren Buffet.
Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud donated $20 Million to the Louvre Museum, which is the largest gift ever to the museum. He also contributed $10 Million to New York City for September 11 terrorist attacks recovery.
He holds stakes for approximately $8 Billion. He also owns stakes worth $1 Billion in the ‘Citigroup’ firm today.
Prince Alwaleed Bin TalalAlsaud owns the Kingdom Tower situated in Riyadh Saudi Arabia.