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A basic profile of Len Blavatnik

September 3, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Many people know Len Blavatnik as the wealthiest man in Britain. Born on July 14, 1957, he has a known net worth of at least $20 billion with holdings in companies like Warner Music Group, through his private industrial group Access Industries.

Blavatnik started his first business in 1986. It was a private industrial company known as Access Industries. At the time, the company focused exclusively on Russian investments. Since then, he has expanded his portfolio. The company mostly operates in three sectors, namely real estate, natural resources, media, and telecommunications. His company was also at the center of the transformation of Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

He is the head of the Blavatnik Family Foundation that for more than 25 years has generously supported educational and cultural organizations. The National Gallery of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Royal Academy of Arts and Chabad College are examples of such institutions.

Blavatnik makes a significant contribution to the education sector with the award for young scientists. It provides financial support and, moreover, recognition to enthusiastic young scientists to motivate them to pursue their interests. The annual awards recognize the achievements of young researchers and postdoctoral fellows throughout Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York.

Not much is known about the private life of the billionaire, but his life is rich with amazing investments and generous contributions to society.

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