5 Richest Presidents in the World
Some person does trade money for power. Others yet use power to obtain money. For these five leaders, both money and power become crucial things. Here is our list of the 5 richest presidents in the world as of 2016
- Country: Russia
- Net worth: 40 billion
The most part of his assets within state oil, weapons, energy, and investments of land are not plainly expressed, and he just unequivocally guarantees $80,000 every year. It is his salary for being president. His propensity for extravagance watches, totaling $700,000 and 12 stated manors and properties.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej
- Country: Thailand
- Net worth: 30 billion
King Adulyadej has investments around $20-40 Billion, mostly within real estate, banking and infrastructure companies. His most sparkling assets such are a 545 carat Jubilee Diamond, worth an estimated $12 Million.
Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah
- Country: Brunei
- Net worth: 20 billion
The Sultan claims more than 2500 cars including a Rolls Royce covered in 24k Gold. The royal residence Istana Nurul Iman contains 17 floors, more than 1,800 rooms and around 200,000 square meters of floor space.
Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan
- Country: United Arab Emirates (UAE)
- Net worth: 15 billion
A side from being president, Zayed also a chairman of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, which handles about $600 Billion in resources. He is the biggest man-made structure of the Burj Khalifa. That too, he is donating $460 Million to philanthropic causes and $150 Million for the M.D. Anderson Cancer center.
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
- Country: Dubai
- Net worth: 4 billion
Emir Maktoum has an enthusiasm for equestrian hustling and breeding, and is widely acclaimed for his stables of the most noteworthy class of thoroughbreds, which he uses for endurance racing. Recently he obtained the Woodlands Stud breeding empire of $460 Million. Emir provide some money to philanthropic causes over $1 Billion, going into causes from education to general health and war alleviation.