What is Jim Thompson's Net Worth?

Jim Thompson is an American businessman who has a net worth of $1 billion. Jim Thompson was born January 14, 1949 in Jersey City, New Jersey. As the founder, chairman and chief executive of The Crown Worldwide Group, Jim Thompson first established the company's operations in 1965. Thompson was living in Japan at the time and recognized the need for an international moving service. Headquartered in Hong Kong, Crown Worldwide provides transportation, relocation services, logistics and storage services from offices in nearly 60 countries. Services include international and domestic household goods shipments, global mobility, departure and destination services, fine arts transportation, records management, freight forwarding, third-party distribution, wine storage, and specialized logistics services. Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, Thompson was raised in Bayonne, France.

His father was in the United States Navy and Thompson visited and lived in many places during his childhood, including Guam. Thompson eventually made his way to California where he attended San Jose State University. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautical engineering, Thompson formed what is now known as The Crown Worldwide Group. Jim Thompson is a U.S. citizen and a permanent resident of Hong Kong, having lived there since 1978 with his wife Sally, who is a British national. Thompson's daughter Jennifer serves as Crown's director of corporate responsibility and lives in New York City with her husband and three children. Thompson's son James, Jr. serves as Crown's regional director of Northern China and lives in Beijing, China with his wife and young daughter.

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