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Stefan Quandt a German engineer and industrialist is the owner of close to 17.4% of BMW automobiles. He is ranked as the 48th richest person in the world in the list of billionaires, with his personal wealth estimated at $14.5 Billion in June 2016.
|Date of Birth||May 9, 1966|
|Source of Wealth||BMW|
|Education||Graduation, Technical University of Karlsruhe|
Stefan Quandt also made a contribution of $945,000 to the Christian Democratic Union, the party of Germany’s Chancellor, Angela Merkel.
Stefan Quandt is believed to have made valuable contributions by purchasing near-bankrupt companies and turning them around with his astute leadership methods.
Besides being the deputy chairman of BMW, Stefan Quandt also owns several other subsidiaries of the auto industry. It is said that Stefan Quandt will one day dominate the sector as an automobile giant.
Stefan Quandt earns his maximum revenue from BMW, the Mini and the Rolls Royce. His earnings also get a boost from the ownership of Heel, and the interests in Logwin, a logistics company. He is also the owner of a homeopathic firm and a co-owner of the credit card and passport manufacturer, Datacard Group.
Stefan Quandt has stakes in automakers companies namely BMW, Mini and Rolls Royce.
Stefan Quandt is the proud owner of Delton AG which has an estimated sales of $2 Billion.
Stefan Quandt is the owner of The Villa Aigue-Marine in Germany.
Stefan Quandt purchased around 94% of Solar Watt’s shares, company dealing in the solar.
Stefan Quandt is a great fan of football. He is often seen enjoying various football matches all over the country whenever he is free.
He is a shy billionaire who likes to maintain a very closed and quiet public profile and focusses mainly on his business.
Stefan Quandt is a technical engineer and pursued his education from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. He started out his professional journey from the Boston Consulting Group in Munich.
Stefan Quandt inherited his father’s stake when his father died in 1982. He held the rights from the BMW as well as other holdings in CEAG (a small company in the power supply segment). The shares also came from the Heel GmbH and CeDo Household Products, and the Logwin AG (a logistics firm).
Stefan Quandt was in the news for contributing $945,000 to Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union.