David Bonderman Net Worth

How much is David Bonderman Worth?

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David Bonderman net worth:
$2.6 Billion

David Bonderman Net Worth: David Bonderman is an American entrepreneur who has a net worth of $2.6 billion. Born David Bonderman, a.k.a. Bondo, on 27 November 1942, he is a founder of TPG Capital, a prestigious private equity investment firm, and its Asian associate, Newbridge Capital. A graduate of University of Washington who also graduated magna cum laude at Harvard Law School in 1966, Bonderman traveled to Cairo, Egypt, to study Islamic Law. When he returned, Bonderman became a Fellow in Foreign and Comparative Law at Harvard, assistant professor at Tulane University Law School and a special assistant to the U.S. Attorney General. Then, he was a partner in the law firm of Arnold & Porter, where he specialized in securities, corporate, antitrust litigation and bankruptcy. Through the years, Bonderman served in many eminent companies, including the Robert M. Bass Group, Inc., Washington Mutual, Inc., American Savings Bank, Burger King Holdings, Inc., Continental Airlines, Inc. and many more. Finally, in 1992, he formed Texas Pacific Group, later renamed TPG Capital, which now holds $55 billion assets. Bonderman also serves on the boards of the Grand Canyon Trust, the World Wildlife Fund, The Wilderness Society, The American Himalayan Foundation and The University of Washington Foundation.

David Bonderman Net Worth

David Bonderman

Businessperson
Date of Birth
Nov 27, 1942 (74 years old)
Profession
Businessperson, Investor
Nationality
United States of America
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