Willy Michel Net Worth

Willy Michel was born in Burgdorf, Switzerland, Switzerland. Willy Michel is the founder and Chairman of Ypsomed Selfcare Solutions, a Swiss pharmaceutical company that develops self-injection and diagnostic systems, mostly for people with diabetes. The company was born in 2003 out of Disetronic Holding, which Michel founded in 1984 with his brother and sold to Roche, a Swiss global healthcare company, for $1.2 billion. He later repurchased the injection business back from Roche for $310 million, forming what is known as Ypsomed today. Willy and his three children together own a 75% stake in the company.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Place Burgdorf, Switzerland, Switzerland

💰 Net worth: $1.89 Billion (2021)

2016 $1.2 Billion
2017 $2 Billion
2018 $1.78 Billion

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Mitchell was born Percy Williams in Malone, New York, in 1953, after his Algonquin and Mohawk parents were turned away from a hospital in Cornwall, Ontario. He was raised in Kitigan-Zibi in southern Quebec by his maternal grandmother. His grandmother gave him the nickname "Willy".


In 1968, he started touring northern Quebec with his first band, called the Northern Lights Group. In January 1969, Mitchell was shot in the head by a police officer during an altercation over stolen Christmas Lights. Mitchell was originally reported dead by the media. He used the money from a settlement resulting from the incident to buy a Fender Telecaster Thinline guitar. After recovering, he formed the Desert River Band, and began touring and recording. Mitchell wrote the song "Big Police Man" about the experience.


Mitchell and the Desert River Band performed live for Ottawa's CJOH-TV's program, New Faces, in 1970, and began touring heavily after that. Mitchell spent four years at the all-First Nations Manitou Community College, in La Macaza, Quebec, where he studied traditional botany, photography, and film making. In 1980, with Janine Poirier Macdonald, Mitchell organized a festival featuring his contemporaries in the First Nations and Inuit music industry. Called the Sweet Grass Festival, performers included were Willie Dunn, Roger House, Willie Thrasher, and Morley Loon, whom Mitchell worked with frequently. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Northern Service recorded the performances, and released an LP, Sweet Grass Music, in 1982. Mitchell released several privately printed albums in the 1990s, and currently lives in Dolbeau-Mistassini, Quebec.