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Bruno Schroder

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Nationality  British
Spouse  Piffa Schroder (m. 1969)
Siblings  Charmaine Schroder
Name  Bruno Schroder
Children  Leonie Schroder
Occupation  Banker
Parents  Baron Helmut Schroder
Education  Eton College
Net worth  6 billion USD (2015)

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Full Name  Bruno Lionel Schroder
Born  1933 (age 82) (1933)
Alma mater  Francois Rabelais University, University College, Oxford

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Bruno Lionel Schroder (born January 1933) is a British banker and billionaire and a significant landowner in Scotland. Forbes magazine estimated Schroder's family wealth at US $4.18 billion in 2017. Schroder's family wealth is shared with his sister, Charmaine.

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Schroder owns the 17,500 acre Dunlossit Estate on the island of Islay in Scotland's Inner Hebrides.

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Early life and education

He was educated at Eton, University of Tours, the School of Languages Hamburg, University College, Oxford, and Harvard Business School. Schroder joined the commercial banking and corporate finance division of J. Henry Schroder Wagg & Co. in 1960, and was appointed a director of Schroders in 1963. Schroder is a non-executive director of Schroder's and a member of the company's nominations committee.

Schroder received an honorary doctorate from Heriot-Watt University in 2012

Personal life

Schroder married in 1969, to Piffa, and though the couple are separated, they are not divorced; due to his wife's Roman Catholic beliefs. The couple have a daughter. Schroder flies his private plane and is a keen breeder of Middle White pigs on the Dunlossit Estate. Schroder has funded the Islay lifeboat and sponsored the island's Highland games, the Argyllshire Gathering. Schroder also helped restore an old whiskey distillery on Islay.

Schroder was one of a number of wealthy individuals who cashed a cheque for 97 pence sent to them by Bizzare magazine in 2001.

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Bruno Schroder Wikipedia


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