Anna Kasprzak Net Worth

How much is Anna Kasprzak Worth?

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Anna Kasprzak Net Worth:
$1 Billion

Anna Kasprzak net worth: Anna Kasprzak is a Danish dressage rider who has a net worth of $1 billion. Anna Kasprzak was born in Grevenbroich, Germany in December 1989. She has represented Denmark at the Summer Olympics in 2012 and 2016. She has also represented the country at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in 2014 and at the European Dressage Championships in 2013 and 2015. Anna Kasprzak has won bronze medals at the 2008 Azeitao European Young Riders Champions in team dressage, the 2009 Ermelo European Young Riders Championships in team dressage, the 2010 Kronberg European Young Riders Championships in freestyle dressage and the 2010 Kronberg European Young Riders Championships in team dressage. She has also won bronze medals at the European Junior Champions in 2005 in Billund for individual dressage and team dressage. Kasprzak won silver medals at the 2017 Gothenburg European Championships in team dressage and at the 2005 Billund European Junior Championships in team dressage.

Youngest Billionaires in the World: Anna's late grandfather Karl Toosbuy founded the shoe company ECCO in 1963. Today the company generates more than $1.5 billion in annual revenue. Her father Dieter Kasprzak serves as Senior Vice President/Managing Director of Ecco. Her mother Hanni Toosbury Kasprzak was Ecco founder Karl Toosbuy's only child. She inherited the majority of the company upon her father's death in 2004. Hanni has a net worth of $3 billon. Hanni and Dieter have one other child, a son named Andre. Anna Kasprzak's $1 billion net worth has allowed her to rank as one of the youngest billionaires in the world at various points.

Anna Kasprzak Net Worth

Net Worth:$1 Billion
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