#197 Eyal Ofer
$16 M | 0.15%


as of 1/25/22
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  • Eyal Ofer is chairman of the Monaco-based Ofer Global, active in shipping, real estate, technology, banking and investments.
  • He inherited part of his late father's shipping empire in 2011 and has expanded the holdings significantly.
  • Through Global Holdings, his real estate firm, he owns the Manhattan properties 15 Central Park West, 1250 Broadway and 50 United Nations Plaza.
  • Through Zodiac Group, his shipping company, he owns and operates over 160 ships.
  • Eyal and his brother Idan, also a billionaire, are sons of Sammy Ofer (d. 2011), who was once Israel's richest man.
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Personal Stats
Source of Wealthreal estate, shipping
ResidenceMonte Carlo, Monaco
Marital StatusMarried
Did you know
Eyal inherited half of his father's vast art collection, said to be one of the world's most magnificent.
He is significantly richer than his brother Idan.
Net worth over time
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Key Connections
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Idan Ofer
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Royal Caribbean Group
Holds stake in Royal Caribbean Cruises
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Citizen of Israel

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