Traudl Engelhorn is a German businesswoman who has a net worth of $3.7 billion. Traudl Engelhorn is part of the German Engelhorn family whose patriarch Fredrich Engelhorn founded the chemical company BASF in 1865. Traudl is the widow of Peter Engelhorn and her brother Curt ran the family business Boehringer Mannheim for over 30 years and expanded into biochemical and pharmaceutical operations.
The company was sold to Roche for $11 billion in 1997. Traudl Engelhorn owned a 22.3% stake in Corange Ltd. which is the family holding company and nettled almost $2.5 billion. Engelhorn lives in Lausanne, Switzerland.
|Net Worth:||$3.7 Billion|