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Hargreaves Lansdown pair in Sunday Times Rich List top 100

Hargreaves Lansdown founders Peter Hargreaves and Stephen Lansdown have both made The Sunday Times Rich List top 100.

Hargreaves (pictured) is ranked 65 on this year’s list, up from 111 in 2010, with just over £1bn of wealth.

Lansdown is ranked 90, up from 150, with his wealth estimated at £750m.  

Hargreaves stepped down as chief executive last year but remains an executive director. Lansdown also stepped down as executive director of the firm last year.

Jupiter income fund manager Anthony Nutt has also entered the Sunday Times Rich List this year with an estimated fortune of £76m.

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  1. Perhaps I could make a similar fortune if I didn’t spend 2/3rds of my regulated life on compliance, so how does HL place “execution only” SIPP business when my compliance people say the FSA will not accept “execution only” anything let alone complex transfers into SIPPs!

  2. Simon Mansell 9th May 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Wealth comes from “execution only” transfers into SIPPs!

    If I could do that I’d be able to reinvest initial commission and maybe become a wealth man.

  3. Alas! some good news!

    Really good to see people like this making it.

    Being former accountants must have helped too.

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