Andreas Pohl Net Worth

Andreas Pohl was born in Germany, Germany. Andreas Pohl and his brother Reinfried inherited a financial-services empire from their father, Reinfried Pohl Sr., who died in June 2014. Pohl founded Deutsche Vermoegensberatung AG (DVAG) in 1975 and built it into the leading company in Germany offering mutual funds, consumer insurance and annuities, as well as other savings and financing solutions. In 2007 AachenMuenchener, one of the biggest German life and property insurers, decided to let DVAG handle all of its sales and distribution; the venture was integrated into DVAG as Allfinanz Deutsche Vermoegensberatung. The family's holding company, owned 50/50 by the brothers Pohl, now owns 60% of DVAG. Also active in Switzerland and Austria, DVAG has six million clients and raked in more than $1.5 billion in revenue in 2013. Andreas Pohl took over as DVAG CEO from his father, while Reinfried Pohl Jr. remains chief representative (German: Generalbevollmaechtigter), with the authority to negotiate and sign on behalf of the company, which also owns a finance magazine, Der Vermoegensberater, and an event center in Marburg.
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💰 Net worth: $1.08 Billion (Updated at 22 June 2018)

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Biography/Timeline

2002

In the long jump he finished eleventh at the 2002 European Championships and ninth at the 2002 IAAF World Cup. His personal best jump is 7.97 metres, achieved in June 2002 in Bad Langensalza.

2004

In the triple jump he competed at the 2004 Olympic Games and the 2007 European Indoor Championships without reaching the finals. His personal best jump is 16.99 metres, achieved in July 2004 in Braunschweig.