Mohamed Al Fayed net worth: Mohamed Al Fayed is an Egyptian business magnate who has a net worth of $2 billion. Mohamed Al Fayed is a world-renowned businessman and philanthropist. Mohamed Al Fayed heads the AlFayed Foundation, the English Premiership football team Fulham and, until 2010, he controlled one of the world's largest department stores, Harrods Department Store, Knightsbridge. He sold Harrods to Qatar Holding for a reported $2.4 billion. Hence, he turned his attention to online retail, purchasing UK-based discount fashion website, Cocosa, in 2011. The same year, he acquired a controlling stake in Princess Kate Middleton's favorite designer brand, Issa, for his daughter Camilla. The London-based Egyptian is also the owner of famed Hotel Ritz in Paris, which was closed in August 2012 due to reconstruction. Reportedly, it is the biggest redo of the hotel, ever since it was built in 1898, and it is expected to last for more than two years. Furthermore, he has a castle in Scotland and ground lease on 75 Rockefeller Plaza in New York. As for his family, he is married with the former Finnish model Heini Wathen, with whom he has four children: Jasmine, Karim, Camilla and Omar. Fayed's first son, Dodi, from his marriage to his first wife Samira Khashoggi, died in a car accident in Paris along with Princess Diana.
Mohamed Al Fayed
Mohamed Abdel Moneim Al-Fayed is an Egyptian business magnate. Amongst Fayed's business interests include ownership of Hôtel Ritz Paris and formerly Harrods Department Store, Knightsbridge. Al-Fayed sold his ownership of Fulham F.C. to Shahid Khan in July 2013. Fayed has fo...
Date of Birth
- January 27, 1929
- Mohamed Abdel Moneim Fayed
- Mohamed Al Fayed
- Mohamed Fayed
- Arab diaspora
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Michael Jackston Statue Planned for Soccer StadiumEnglish Premier League Chairman Mohamed Al Fayed will soon place a memorial statue of the King of Pop at Craven Cottage stadium in London.
George Galloway Talks To Mohamed Al-Fayed ...The Fulham and Harrods boss swearing a blue streak on George Galloway's radio show. With ...
Mohamed Al-Fayed Says Fulham's Relegation ...Fulham's Michael Jackson statue, which previously stood outside their Craven Cottage ground ...