David de Rothschild Net Worth

December 23, 2023
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David Mayer de Rothschild was born on the 25th August 1978, in London, England and is the youngest heir to Rothschild empire. However, he isn’t in the family business as he is more of an adventurer and has been on several expeditions. Also, he has been in constant motion in improving the environment for both people and animals.

Have you ever wondered how rich David de Rothschild is as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources it has been estimated that Rothschild’s net worth is as high as $10 billion, based largely on his likely inheritance.


David de Rothschild Net Worth $10 Billion


David is the youngest child of Victoria Lou and Sir Evelyn de Rothschild – his middle name is that of the founder of the Rothschild family banking empire Mayer Amschel Rothschild. David has an older brother, Anthony de Rothschild and older sister Jessica de Rothschild. He went to Harrow School, but left to attend Oxford Brookes public university in Oxford, from which he received 2:1 B.

Sc (Hons) in Political Science and Information Systems. He then enrolled at the College de Naturopathic Medicine, London, from which he obtained an advanced Diploma in Natural Medicine, ND. Even before he finished his education, David started his first business venture, a music merchandising business but soon sold it. After that he bought 1,100 acres of organic farm in New Zealand, then a couple of years later became a part of a polar expedition, so spent one third of 2006 crossing the Arctic, from Russia to Canada, and in that way, became the youngest Briton to achieve such a thing, and one of 42 people that have reached both geographic poles.

This expedition led to David starting a website called Mission Control, on which he would post info about the Polar expedition, and other expeditions that followed. Furthermore, he started the Adventure Ecology organization, through which he wanted to inspire people to use nature in order to improve their lives, and not be contingents on major corporations. As a part of the Adventure Ecology, David spent time in Ecuador, Brazil and others countries, all of which were documented and posted on his website.

His next enterprise was the 60-foot catamaran built from plastic bottles, 12.500 reclaimed using a unique recyclable technology called Seretex. The boat was named Plastiki and was used to raise awareness of the Pacific Garbage Patch, by David sailing with his team from San Francisco to Sydney. David started the Myoo platform, which was used for interaction with the community, and soon enough evolved into a marketing agency, focused on working with businesses that are finding new ways of sustainable practices.

His dedication to preserving and improving the environment didn’t stop there, since he founded Sculpt the Future foundation, through which he educates people all over the world on how to improve the environment they populate.

Regarding his personal life, apart from being one of the heirs of the Rothschild empire, there is no information about David when it comes life besides his expeditions.

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