William Connor, II. Net Worth

William Connor, II, born in 1949 in the United States, is the son of William E. Connor who founded William E. Connor & Associates in 1949 in Tokyo. Chip, as he is known, began working for the company at the age of 12 and took over in the early 1980s. He bought out the family and moved the headquarters to Hong Kong in 1985. Today, the company has offices in 20 countries and handles a wide range of products from garments and home textiles to furniture, toys and stationery.
William Connor, II. is a member of Logistics

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Year 1949
Birth Place United States
Residence Hong Kong
Alma mater Stanford University University of Santa Clara
Occupation Chairman, Omega Compliance Chairman, William E Connor Foundation
Known for Car collector
Spouse(s) Jacque Connor
Children 3 sons
Parent(s) William E. Connor

💰 Net worth: $1.05 Billion (2024)

William Connor, II. is a renowned figure in the business world, particularly in the logistics industry in the United States. His impressive net worth is estimated to reach an astonishing $1.05 billion by 2024. With extensive experience and expertise in managing complex supply chains, William Connor, II. has built a successful empire that has propelled him to the top of the industry. His wealth serves as a testament to his visionary leadership and exceptional business acumen, making him a significant influencer in the logistics world.

2010 $1.6 Billion
2011 $1.2 Billion
2012 $1.4 Billion
2018 $1.4 Billion

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Connor was born in 1949/50. His Father, william E. Connor, started the eponymous william E. Connor & Associates in Japan in 1949 after the Second World War. Connor started working for his father's company aged 12 and took charge of the company in the early 1980s after buying out other family members. Connor moved the company's headquarters to Hong Kong in 1985.


Connor is the chairman of Omega Compliance and the william E. Connor Foundation. In 2013 Forbes estimated his net worth at US$1.03 billion, he had previously been ranked as high as 359 on the Forbes 400 in 2011.