Ezra Nahmad Net Worth

Ezra and David Nahmad are two brothers who have become international megadealers of modern and impressionist art, with an inventory worth $3 billion stored in a duty-free warehouse in Geneva, Switzerland. Their collection includes works by over 30 blue chip artists, including 300 Picassos worth at least $1 billion. They buy and sell most of their pieces at auction, and hold their assets jointly, split 50/50. Their sons, Hillel and David, own separate galleries in London and New York City respectively.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Year 1945
Birth Place Monte Carlo, Monaco, Monaco
Residence Monaco
Occupation Art dealer and collector
Children 4, including Helly Nahmad
Parent(s) Hillel Nahmad Mathilde Safra
Relatives Giuseppe "Joseph" Nahmad (brother) David Nahmad (brother) Edmond Safra (cousin)

💰 Net worth: $1.8 Billion (2024)

Ezra Nahmad, a prominent figure in the world of finance and investments, is widely acknowledged for his immense success. As of 2024, his net worth is estimated to be an impressive $1.8 billion. Ezra Nahmad has gained considerable recognition for his contributions to the field, particularly in Monaco. With his astute business acumen and strategic investments, he has built a solid reputation as a leading financial expert. His wealth reflects his accomplishments and serves as a testament to his remarkable expertise in the realm of finance.

2013 $1.5 Billion
2014 $1.5 Billion
2015 $1.5 Billion
2016 $1.5 Billion
2017 $1.5 Billion
2018 $1.5 Billion

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Ezra was born in Aleppo, Syria to a Syrian Jewish family. The roots of the Nahmad family are in Aleppo, where his Father, Sephardic Jewish banker Hillel Nahmad lived until just after World War II . Following the Syrian anti-Jewish violence in 1949, his Father moved to Beirut, Lebanon, where Ezra and his brothers sold English novels to US sailors stationed in Lebanon. In the early 1960s, With the rise of Palestinian threat against the Lebanese Republic, Ezra's Father took him and his brothers, Joseph (Giuseppe), David, to Milan, Italy. As teenagers, the three began to deal in art - and skipped school to trade on the Italian stock market.


His son Helly Nahmad is a London-based art dealer. In 2007, his daughter Michaela Nahmad was "thought to be embarking on a career as an art dealer".


As of 2013, Ezra and his brother David are considered influential "mega-dealers" of modern and impressionist art by the most well-known names, from Monet and Matisse to Renoir and Rothko. They own an inventory of between 4,000 and 4,500 works, stored in the duty-free Geneva Freeport warehouse next to the airport in Geneva, Switzerland. The brothers buy and sell most of their works at auction.