Fayez Sarofim net worth is
Fayez Sarofim Wiki/Biography
Fayez Sarofim was born in 1929 in Egypt, and is the heir to the Sarofim family fortune, but is also known as a fund manager to the Dreyfus family, as well as the co-owner of the energy infrastructure company Kinder Morgan and the National Football Association (NFL) team the Houston Texans. Fayez became an inductee into the Texas Business Hall of Fame in 1997. He is also known for his philanthropic efforts.
How much is the net worth of Fayez Sarofim? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $2.2 billion, as of the data given in the middle of 2017 – according to the estimations made in 2015, Sarofim is listed to be 847th richest person in the world. The assets overseen in his investment firms are valued at more than $30 billion.
Fayez Sarofim Net Worth $2.2 Billion
To begin with, the boy was raised in modern Heliopolis, in an Egyptian noble family. In 1946, Fayez settled down in the US, where he studied at the University of California, Berkeley from which he earned a Bachelor’s degree. Later, he continued postgraduate studies at Harvard Business School, from which he graduated earning a Master’s degree. In 1961, Sarofim became a citizen of US.
Concerning his professional career, after graduation he was appointed at Anderson, Clayton which is a cotton company. In the middle of 1958, he launched an investment firm entitled Fayez Sarofim & Company based in Houston, and subsequently in particular, Sarofim is known to be serving as the manager of stock funds that belong to the Dreyfus family. Moreover, he is a co-owner of the energy infrastructure company Kinder Morgan (2nd largest shareholder) and the NFL team Houston Texans. Sarofim is considered to be the 3rd most influential Egyptian-American, after Steve Jobs and Paula Abdul.
Finally, in the personal life of Fayez Sarofim, he married his first wife Lousina Stude in 1962, and they had two children Allison and Christopher as well as an adopted child. In 1990, Fayez and Lousine divorced, even though he had to pay a divorce settlement which was $250 million. The same year, he married a former employee Linda Hicks, with whom he had two more children and adopted one. However, Linda and Fayez divorced in 1996, and this time Sarofim paid a divorce settlement of $12 million. At the end of 2014, Sarofim married his son’s mother in law, Susan Krohn.
Fayez Sarofim is known for his philanthropy and political donations. He is known to have contributed to the 4th largest professional ballet company in the US, Houston Ballet, and is a constant donor to the Museum of Fine Arts. He has also funded other institutions of art, including the Hobby Centre for Performing Arts, the Houston Symphony and the Houston Grand Opera among others. Sarofim also supports a number of treatment and research institutions including the University of Texas Health Science Centre, the Texas Children’s Hospital and Memorial Sloan–Kettering Cancer Centre, plus donating more than $120 million for the Fayez S. Sarofim Research Building. During the presidential elections, he was one of the contributors in support of the candidate Jeb Bush.
|Net Worth||$2.2 Billion|
|Date Of Birth||1929|
|Place Of Birth||Egypt|
|Profession||Businessman, Dreyfus Family stock funds Heir, Shareholder of Kinder Morgan (NYSE: KMI), Co-owner of NFL team Houston Texans|
|Education||University of California, Berkeley, Harvard Business School|
|Spouse||Susan Krohn (m. 2014), Linda Hicks (m. 1990–1996), Louisa Stude (m. 1962–1990)|
|Children||Christopher Sarofim, Allison Sarofim, Andrew Sarofim, Phillip Sarofim, Maxwell Sarofim|
|Nominations||Texas Business Hall of Fame (1997), The most influential Egyptian Americans|