German businessmanThomas Strungmann has an estimated net worth of $3.1 billion as of May 2015 according to Forbes. He’s currently married and has four children. Together with his twin, Andreas, Thomas Strungmann is known as as among themost successful pharmaceutical entrepreneurs in Germany. It was in 1986, when the siblings foundedHexal AG, a generic drug manufacturer which developed into thesecond-biggest generic drug maker in the nation. In 2005, the couple sold the business also as the siblings’% stake in Eon Lab, which can be currently based in the U.S., to Novartis for just $7.5 billion. Eventually, they invested into several biotech companies in Germany through theirAthos Service GmbH and Santo Holding. Thomas Strungmann is well known to possess an extensive assortment of Swiss watches and modern art pieces.