Who is Anders Holch Povlsen?

Anders Holch Povlsen is a Danish billionaire who is the CEO and sole owner of the international clothes retailer chain Bestseller (which includes Vero Moda and Jack&Jones), a company founded by his parents, the largest shareholder in the British internet clothes retailer Asos.com, and second-largest in German internet clothes retailer Zalando. He is the second-largest individual private landowner in the UK and Scotland's largest private landowner.

What is Anders Holch Povlsen Famous for?

Anders Holch Povlsen is famous for a billionaire who is the CEO and sole owner of the international clothes retailer chain bestseller. He was only 28 when his father made him the sole owner of Bestseller. The family also has an interest, along with two Danish partners, in Bestseller Fashion Group China, a company that designs its own collections for 5,000 stores in China. He bought a 10% stake in the German internet clothes retailer Zalando, becoming the third largest shareholder. Bestseller already has a 27% stake in ASOS.com, the largest UK internet-only fashion retailer.

Where did Anders Holch Povlsen grow up?

Anders Holch Povlsen was born on November 4, 1972, in Ringkobing, Denmark. He holds Danish nationality. His birth sign is Scorpio and religion is Christianity. He acquires his degrees from Anglia Ruskin University. Then, he studies at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.

Who are Anders Holch Povlsen's Family?

Anders Holch Povlsen is the son of Business Executives Troels Holch Povlsen and Merete Bech Povlsen.

What is Anders Holch Povlsen Body Features?

There is no information about his body measurement.

Is Anders Holch Povlsen Married?

Anders Holch Povlsen is a married man. He married Anne Storm-Pedersen and lives in Aarhus, Denmark. He had four children named Agnes, Alma & Astrid and Alfred. Three of his four children were killed in 2019 Sri Lanka Easter bombings, where the family was on vacation.

How much is Anders Holch Povlsen's Net Worth?

Anders Holch Povlsen is Denmark's wealthiest man with a net worth of $7.9 billion, according to the business magazines Forbes. He is believed to be the largest landowner in Scotland after buying a string of historic estates. He and his wife hold an estimated 80,000 hectares of the Highlands and plan to rewild the landscape to preserve it for future generations.