The edition that is latest of the UK's 'Rich List,' published yearly by the Sunday Times, shows the blended wealth of Britain's gambling industry high rollers is continuing to grow by nearly 20 percent on the previous year.
Publicity shy multibillionaire brothers David and Simon Reuben, the third-richest individuals in Britain and 60th in the planet, according to the UK's Sunday instances 'Rich List' for 2017. They Arena that is own Racing, which operates 15 of Britain's racecourses.
The annual index of the Her Majesty's most moneyed subjects demonstrates the five gambling industry billionaires and 15 multimillionaires who made this year's list have seen their collective wealth grow by almost £3 billion ($3.88 billion) to £19 billion ($25 billion). In reality, all but two saw a rise in wealth, unlike Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth, who slipped out of the top 300 for the very first time ever ( not that she's in any danger of eating nothing but porridge).
Topping the UK's gaming tycoon set are brothers David and Simon Reuben, who saw their net worth rise by $900 million ($1.6 billion) to $14 billion ($18 billion) last year, making them the pair that is third-richest within their county. The notoriously private brothers Arena that is own Racing, which operates 15 of Britain's battle tracks.
A lot of the brothers' fortune was acquired maybe not from their thoroughbreds, however. The property