The multi-billionaire Hinduja Brothers – Gopichand and Srichand – have snapped up London’s Old War Office building, one of the capital’s most iconic properties. The brothers’ company, The Hinduja Group in partnership with the Spanish investment firm Obrascon Huarte Lain Desarrollos, reportedly paid £300 million for the property. The Old …Read More »
He is one-half of Britain's richest pair of Indian siblings but their wealth hasn't come easy.
Billionaire Gopichand Hinduja, co-chairman of the Hinduja Group, has had to overcome battles with everyone from troublesome Iranian Ayatollah's to government investigators.
But even those haven't been the least of his troubles as he told an audience of Asian business owners in London recently.
Mr Hinduja, 74, was the keynote speaker at the Asian Business Association annual dinner earlier this month and his easy-going manner was a hit with the audience.
In an anecdote-laden speech, Mr Hinduja described his family's phenomenal success, particularly since moving to Britain from Iran following the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
And he had a particularly pertinent message for today's immigrant business community.
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#NRI: Billionaire Hinduja brothers call for BETTER ENGAGEMENT of prosperous Indian Diaspora community
The London-based billionaire Hinduja brothers have called for greater engagement of the British-Indian Diaspora community to kick-start the flagging trade relationship between the UK and India. The Hindujas – Sri and Gopichand, who are currently ranked Britain’s wealthiest individuals with a combined fortune of nearly £12 billion – said policy …Read More »
The Indian-origin Hinduja brothers have topped the 2014 Sunday Times Rich List. Sri and Gopichand Hinduja, who head the vast Hinduja Group of Companies, replaced Russian Oligarch and Arsenal Football Club shareholder Alisher Usmanov in the top spot with a fortune estimated at £11.9 billion. The brothers’ elevation to the …Read More »