Net Worth, assets and companies owned by business tycoon Anand Mahindra

The Chairman and Managing Director of Mahindra Group is Mr Anand Mahindra. He was recognised as a man of words and once said, “It’s not just how big we become, but also how we become big.” He is a philanthropist as well.

We all know Anand Mahindra through his achievements in the business world and through the set-up of India’s one of the greatest empires. Let us look into the Net worth and other assets owned by Anand Mahindra

NET WORTH

Anand Mahindra has a net worth of Rs. 14500 crores INR ($2 billion USD). From Farm Tractors to Aerospace, Theatre to Information Technology Services, and many more fields, this is the man who has given the most to his country. Mr Anand Mahindra is his name, and it perfectly describes his character and personality. He is the head of the Mahindra group and is also the reason for the group’s expansion from the domestic to the worldwide market. He is one of the wealthiest Indians as well as one of the most important and powerful persons in the country.

PROPERTY

Mr Mahindra is an Indian businessman who lives in Mumbai. He purchased this luxury home in 2012, and the approximate value of the property is around Rs. 273 crores INR. He has a number of properties in India.

CARS

Mr Mahindra owns a significant collection of automobiles, including some of the world’s most prestigious luxury automobiles. Mercedes Benz, Mahindra, Audi, Rolls Royce, and Jaguar are among Mr Anand Mahindra’s car brands.

SERVED AS

The Council on Foreign Relations’ Global Board of Advisors, the World Bank Group’s Advisory Board for Doing Business in New York, and Singapore’s Economic Development Board’s International Advisory Council
The National Stock Exchange of India and the National Council of Applied Economic Research are two organisations in India that work together. President of the Confederation of Indian Industry and a member of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research.

ACHIEVEMENTS

The Top 30 CEOs in the World, according to Barron’s (2016). The World’s 50 Greatest Leaders, according to Fortune Magazine (2014). The Asian Centre for Corporate Governance & Sustainability awarded him the Best Transformational Leader Award (2012). The President of the French Republic made him a “Knight in the National Order of the Legion of Honour” (2016).
The President of Italy bestowed the title of “Grand Officer of the Order of the Star of Italy” (2013).

 

 

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