Minoru Mori Net Worth: Minoru Mori was a longtime Japanese billionaire who had a net worth of $1.9 billion. Mr. Mori (August 24, 1934 – March 8, 2012) was regarded to be one of Japan's most powerful and influential building tycoons. He was the world's wealthiest person for two consecutive years, in 1991 (net worth: $15 billion) and 1992 (net worth: $13 billion). Having inherited his initial fortune from his father, he made a name for himself as CEO and chairman of Mori Building. Mori and his brother Kei had a total ownership of Mori Building, while Mori also held 12.74% of Sunwood Corporation's stakes. Minoru Mori left a great mark in the world of construction. Namely, he built some of Tokyo's best known buildings including swank Roppongi Hills in Tokyo, the 101-story Shanghai World Financial Center in China, and Omotesando Hills near the Harajuku station. His book, "The Making of Vertical Garden Cities", was published by Penguin posthumously.
Minoru Mori Net Worth
Date of Birth
Aug 24, 1934 - Mar 8, 2012 (77 years old)
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