Janet de Botton Net Worth $300 Million
De Botton’s second husband, Gilbert, a London-based Swiss financier, sold his Global Asset Management business for 234m annually before his departure. His 59-year-old widow was listed by American magazine ARTnews as among the world’s top 200 art collectors. She has donated works to the Tate. Born Janet Wolfson, de Botton was also previously known as Janet Green. She is daughter of Lord Wolfson of Marylebone and also the granddaughter of Isaac Wolfson of the Great Universal Stores family, and formerly the wife of multi-billionaire Michael Green. Her late husband, Swiss financier Gilbert de Botton, sold Global Asset Management for 234m in 1999. In June 2010, the Wolfson Foundation declared the appointment of de Botton as the new Chairman following a unanimous decision from the Trustees. De Botton is a Trustee of Tate and Chairman of the Council of Tate Modern. In the 2011 Sunday Times Rich List Britain’s richest girls,she ranked 39th with the estimated net worth of 200m. Janet de Botton can be a dominant collector of modern art.