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India-born Reuben brothers top UK's Rich List. Who are they?

A look at interesting facts about David and Simon Reuben, who topped The Sunday Times Rich List 2016

BS Web Team  |  Mumbai 

With a mammoth wealth of 13.1 billion pounds, India-born Reuben brothers, David and Simon, topped The Sunday Times Rich List 2016. Rising real estate value made their fortune take a huge jump to 3.4 billion pounds and clinch the top spot from last year’s fifth position. They were followed by the Hinduja brothers with a total wealth of 13 billion pounds.  Reuben brothers keep a large portion of their wealth in liquid assets like cash or bonds, The Sunday Times noted.  Business Standard takes a look at other such interesting facts about the ...

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India-born Reuben brothers top UK's Rich List. Who are they?

A look at interesting facts about David and Simon Reuben, who topped The Sunday Times Rich List 2016

With a mammoth wealth of 13.1 billion pounds, India-born Reuben brothers, David and Simon, topped The Sunday Times Rich List 2016. Rising real estate value made their fortune take a huge jump to 3.4 billion pounds and clinch the top spot from last year’s fifth position. They were followed by the Hinduja brothers with a total wealth of 13 billion pounds.  Reuben brothers keep a large portion of their wealth in liquid assets like cash or bonds, The Sunday Times noted.  Business Standard takes a look at other such interesting facts about the ...

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