- 1 10 Qaboos bin Said al Said Sultan of Oman – net worth $700 million
- 2 9 Aga Khan IV – net worth $800 million
- 3 8 Albert II Prince of Monaco – net worth $1 billion
- 4 7 Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani Former Emir of Qatar – net worth $2.4 billion
- 5 6 Hans Adam II Prince of Liechtenstein – net worth $3.5 billion
- 6 5 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of United Arab Emirates – net worth $4.5 billion
- 7 4 King Mohammed VI of Morocco – net worth $5.7 billion
- 8 3 Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan of President of UAE – net worth $15 billion
- 9 2 King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia – net worth $18 billion
- 10 1 Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei – net worth $20 billion
- 11 Is it fair that royals enjoy privileges such as heritage riches?
Here is the list of world’s richest royals. The wealth is quite amazing in royal circles. Monarchs of oil producing countries holds most places at this list.
10 Qaboos bin Said al Said Sultan of Oman – net worth $700 million
The tenth place belongs to Sultan Qaboos bin Said. He has a fortune of amazing $700 million. Sultan rose to power in a palace coup in 1970.
He have managed to reduce country’s dependence of the oil sector by promoting gas and tourism industries
9 Aga Khan IV – net worth $800 million
Prince Shah Karim Al Hussaini Aga Khan is the spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslims, consisting of an estimated 25 million adherents.
He has held this position of Imam, since 11 July 1957, when, at the age of 20, he succeeded his grandfather. He is a quite unique royal, as he doesn’t rule any specific country or territory. He also chairs the Aga Khan Development Network, and is a passionate horse breeder and owner. Sultan’s racing horse businesses bring in considerable income. Forbes describes the Aga Khan as one of the world’s ten richest royals.
8 Albert II Prince of Monaco – net worth $1 billion
Monaco’s Prince Albert II holds the eight place. He has net worth of $1 billion, which includes real estate, art, antique and classic cars and a stake in the Monte Carlo casino making him one of the wealthiest royals in the world.
So, there’s at least one lessons to learn, if you want make money, don’t play at casino, own a casino.
7 Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani Former Emir of Qatar – net worth $2.4 billion
Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani holds the seventh place. He has estimated net worth of $2.4 billion. He was the ruling Emir of Qatar from 1995 to 2013. The Qatari government now refers to him as His Highness the Father Emir.
He established the Qatar Investment Authority by 2013, it had invested over $100 billion around the world, most prominently in The Shard, Barclays Bank and Heathrow Airport.
6 Hans Adam II Prince of Liechtenstein – net worth $3.5 billion
Johannes Adam Ferdinand Alois Josef Maria Marco d’Aviano Pius (you know, royals love long names) also known as Prince Hand Adam II has the net worth of estimated $3.5 billion.
Prince Hans-Adam owns LGT banking group and has a family fortune of $7.6 billion and a personal fortune of about $4.0 billion, so his placement on the Richest Royals in the World list could be also much higher, depending how we calculate net worth, but in this case he is placed on the sixth place.
5 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of United Arab Emirates – net worth $4.5 billion
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, and Emir of Dubai. He holds the fifth place. He has net worth of estimated $4.5 billion, which includes luxury cars, yatchts and real estate. His aim is of making the UAE one of the best countries in the world by 2021, which is quite nice goal. His humanitarian work includes $100 million for setting up the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation.
4 King Mohammed VI of Morocco – net worth $5.7 billion
King Mohammed VI is not only the King of Morocco, but he is also Morocco’s leading businessman and banker. He has estimated net worth of $5.7 bilion, furthermore the Moroccan Royal Family has one of the largest fortunes in the world. But that’s not all, Mohammed VI is also a leading agricultural producer and land owner in Morocco, where agriculture is exempted from taxes. This all gives the King fourth place at our list.
3 Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan of President of UAE – net worth $15 billion
Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan is the President of the United Arab Emirates, the Emir of Abu Dhabi, which is the capital of UAE.
He controls 97.8 billion barrels of oil reserve, Khalifa is chairman of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, which manages over $600 billion in assets. The Al Nahyan family is believed to have a fortune of $150 billion collectively.
2 King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia – net worth $18 billion
Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud is a one of the sons of Ibn Saud, the founder of modern Saudi Arabia.
Although he passed away in 2015, his estate owns the world’s second largest crude oil deposit of over 265 billion barrels.
1 Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei – net worth $20 billion
Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah, also known as Sultan Hassanal Bolkiahis. He is the world’s richest royal. The Sultan has been ranked among the wealthiest individuals in the world; Forbes estimated the Sultan’s total peak net worth at US$20 billion. His car collection is world famous, it includes over 7,000 cars costing a grand total of $789 million. According to Guinness World Records his collection has more than 600 Rolls-Royces, 450 Ferraris and 134 Koenigseggs.
Sultan of Brunei’s Garage:
Is it fair that royals enjoy privileges such as heritage riches?
It is often said that royals enjoy certain privileges because of their status and heritage. While it is true that they may have access to resources that the general public does not, it is important to remember that they also have a responsibility to their country and its people. In many cases, royals are required to fulfill specific duties in order to maintain their position.
While some may argue that royals should not enjoy certain privileges, it is important to remember that they often have a significant impact on their country and its people. For example, royals often participate in charitable work and help to raise awareness for important causes.
They also serve as an important symbol of their country and can help to promote tourism. Overall, while there are some valid criticisms of the privileges enjoyed by royals, it is important to remember that they often play a significant role in their country and its people.
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