Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum has an estimated net worth of $14 billion and is #5 among The World’s Richest Royals according to Forbes.com. He acceded into the place when he succeeded his elder brother Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum since January 2006. He was privately tutored in Arabic and Islamic studies since the age of four. Sheikh started his formal instruction in 1955 at Al Ahmedia School. He moved to Al Shaab School in the age of ten. A couple of years later, Sheikh went to Dubai Secondary School. He attended the Bell Educational Trust’s English Language School in the UK in 1966.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum Net Worth $14 Billion
Also referred to as Sheikh Mohammed, he is a majority shareholder of Dubai Holding, a conglomerate with all the stakes in HSBC Holdings and Sony as well as real-estate holdings such as ny ‘s Essex House Hotel. Sheikh Mohammed bin is a formidable figure in horse racing and he owns a 3,800-acre farm in Kentucky. He also purchased Australia’s Ingham stud farm for a reported $460 million. Lately, Dubai’s sovereign wealth fun paid $5 billion for a bit of MGM Mirage and another $825 million to buy retailer Barneys New York outright.