Idan Ofer

$18.52B
$268.9M (-1.4%)
as of 07/20/24

About Idan Ofer

Idan Ofer is one of two sons of shipping magnate Sammy Ofer, who died in 2011 and was once Israel's richest man.

Ofer owns a company that operates a fleet of 210 bulk, container and crude oil ships.

He also owns 51% of Israel Corp., a publicly-traded chemicals, energy and shipping conglomerate.

Israel Corp. spun off its power, transportation & shipping units into a listed firm called Kenon Holdings in 2015; Ofer is a controlling shareholder.

Ofer owns a 32% stake in Spanish soccer team Atletico de Madrid, as well as an 85% stake of Portuguese soccer club FC Famalicao.

Personal stats

Citizenship

Israel

Source of wealth

Shipping

Residence

London, United Kingdom

Marital status

Married

Birth date

10/02/55 (age 68)

Number of children

5

Self-made

inherited and growing

Idan Ofer’s fortune is worth

309K

troy ounces of gold

285K

median U.S. household

185K

median U.S. income

0.37%

U.S. credit card volume

0.074%

GDP of the United States

0.054%

United States debt

Net worth history

Annual ranking

Did you know?

Idan and his brother Eyal split their father's art holdings, a rare collection rumored to include pieces by Van Gogh and Picasso.

Net worth over time

Real-time ranking

Financial assets

OSLO | AKVA-NO

AKVA Group

FRANKFURT | HQ3-DE

Cool Co

OSLO | EWIND-NO

Edda Wind

TEL AVIV | ICL-IL

ICL Group

TEL AVIV | OPCE-IL

OPC Energy

NYSE | ZIM-US

ZIM Integrated Shipping Services

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