Thomas Schmidheiny Net Worth

Thomas Schmidheiny was born on 1945 in Jona, Switzerland, Switzerland. Thomas Schmidheiny's ancestors built an empire making bricks and cement; when Thomas' father Max divided the estate in 1984 Thomas inherited cement and concrete supplier Holcim while his brother Stephan, also a billionaire, got construction company Eternit. Thomas retired from his role as chairman of Holcim in 2003 after running the company for twenty years. In July 2015, Holcim completed its mega-merger with France's Lafarge, creating the largest cement manufacturer in the world; Schmidheiny now holds just under 12% of the company. He also owns vineyards and wineries in Napa Valley, Australia, Argentina, and Switzerland.
Thomas Schmidheiny is a member of Construction & Engineering

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Year 1945
Birth Place Jona, Switzerland, Switzerland
Age 75 YEARS OLD
Residence Klosters, Switzerland
Alma mater Tufts University Zurich Polytechnic
Occupation Major shareholder of LafargeHolcim
Spouse(s) married
Children 4
Parent(s) Max Schmidheiny
Relatives Stephan Schmidheiny (brother)

💰 Net worth: $4.34 Billion (2021)

2009 $2.7 Billion
2010 $4.3 Billion
2011 $4.8 Billion
2012 $4.2 Billion
2013 $5.5 Billion
2014 $5.5 Billion
2015 $5.5 Billion
2016 $3.2 Billion
2017 $4.7 Billion
2018 $4.9 Billion

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Biography/Timeline

1908

Thomas Schmidheiny is the son of Max Schmidheiny (1908-1991). The family's construction materials empire (bricks, cement, etc) was divided in 1984, with Thomas inheriting Holcim, the concrete and cement company, and his brother Stephan, also a Billionaire, was given the construction company Eternit.

2003

Until 2003, Schmidheiny was the chairman of Holcim, one of the world's leading cement manufacturers, founded by his grand-uncle in 1912. Schmidheiny resigned his chairmanship as part of a deal to settle an investigation of insider trading in Spain. He has remained on the Board since that time. Since the merger between Holcim and Lafarge Thomas Schmidheiny detains 11.4% of the company Lafarge-Holcim and is the biggest shareholder of the firm.

2012

The Indian School of Business has a Thomas Schmidheiny chair of family Business. As of 2012, the post was held by Kavil Ramachandran.