Leszek Czarnecki Net Worth, Career, Biography, Facts, Age, Life Story

Leszek Czarnecki is a Polish entrepreneur who has a net worth of $2.3 billion. Leszek Czarnecki made his fortune taking few steps ahead of his competition. Often referred to as genius and business visionary, he now holds majority shares in six large companies that are listed the Stock Exchange in Warsaw: Getin Holding, Getin Noble Bank, TU Europa, Open Finance, MW Trade and LC Corp.

However, he started accumulating his wealth in 1991, when he creating Poland’s largest leasing company, European Leasing Fund. Actually, he made a winning move listing it on the London Stock Exchange in 2000 before selling out to French bank Credit Agricole for $280 million a year later. In addition to his business engagements, he published two books in 2011: “Business just” and “Risk in banking. A new look after the crisis. Plus, being a cave diver since his 20s, he set a new record in 2009, swimming 10.5 miles in underground corridors over the course of 10 hours. Among other things, he is married with two children.

Net Worth:$2.3 Billion
Date of Birth:May 9, 1962 (59 years old)