Martin Moller Nielsen Net Worth

Martin Møller Nielsen, born in 1964 in London, United Kingdom, Denmark, is a Danish aviation entrepreneur who founded aircraft leasing firm Nordic Aviation Capital in 1990. After 25 years, he sold a 50% stake in the firm to private equity firm EQT, valuing it at $3.3 billion net of debt. He still owns 50% of NAC, which initially served humanitarian aid organizations and now caters to regional commercial airlines in 30 countries. With offices in Denmark, Ireland, North America, and Singapore, the group has a fleet of 350 airplanes and customers such as Air Berlin, Olympic Air, and Etihad Regional.
Martin Moller Nielsen is a member of Logistics

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Year 1964
Birth Place London, United Kingdom, Denmark
Residence Hampshire, England
Known for Chairman, Nordic Aviation Capital

💰 Net worth: $1.3 Billion (2024)

Martin Moller Nielsen, more popularly known as Logistics in Denmark, is an influential figure in the business world. With his exceptional leadership and strategic vision, he has garnered an estimated net worth of $1.3 billion by 2024. Throughout his illustrious career, Martin has made significant contributions to the logistics industry, implementing innovative solutions for optimizing supply chains and streamlining operations. His unparalleled success has not only propelled him financially but has also earned him immense respect within the business community. With his wealth and expertise, Martin continues to shape the logistics landscape, leaving a remarkable legacy in his wake.

2016 $1.6 Billion
2017 $1.5 Billion
2018 $2.09 Billion

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Møller founded NAC in Skive, Denmark in 1990. As of 2016, NAC has a fleet of 275 aircraft, leased to 30 regional airlines including Air Berlin and Etihad.


As of April 2016, his net worth is £1.16 billion.