HansWerner Hector Net Worth $18 Billion
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Mathematician, entrepreneur, and software engineer Hans-Werner Hector has an estimated net worth of $1.8 billion as of March 2013. Born on January 17, 1940 in Kaiserslautern, Germany, Hans-Werner graduated with a degree in Math from the University of Saarland. Hans-Werner has worked for IBM in Mannheim where an notion of the potential managerial standard software came up.
After the IPO, the firm has grown and he was responsible for the development of the organization. Since that time, his fortune has grown having an estimated net worth of $1.8 billion. According to Forbes, he is the 51st richest person in Germany along with the 831st on the planet.
Hans-Werner Hector also built up the North American market for SAP. Nevertheless, he left the business in 1997 after a falling out situation with his partners. Hector sold many shares in 1996 and also the profits made him an estimated $2 billion richer. Hector made investments startup software, biotechnology, and health businesses.
He also began the HW & J. Hector Foundations supplies cash to cancer and AIDS research as well as for the art and historic preservation. In September 19, 2003, the couple received the Federal Cross of Merit. They’re also a recipient of the 2013 Hector Medal of the State of Baden Wurttemberg.