fbpx

Alexandra Andresen Story of Pursuing Passion Despite Inheriting Billion Dollars Family Wealth

Alexandra Andresen Story of Pursing Passion Despite Inheriting Billion Dollars Family Wealth

Alexandra Gamlemshaug Andresen is a native of Norway, and a woman who stands to inherit. At the age of 19 in 2016 she became the world’s youngest billionaire and held the position on the Forbes list for three consecutive years.  But despite her affluent upbringing in one of the best-known Norwegian families, she is an accomplished horse rider, She is interested in the art of riding horses and has won several massive competitions in dressage. She is the world’s second youngest billionaire as of 2020, and her net worth is said to be US$1.4 billion in 2020.

Early life of Alexandra Gamlemshaug Andresen 

Alexandra Andresen (born 23 July 1996) is the daughter of Norwegian industrialist and an investor Johan Henrik Andresen, he has been the owner of Ferd AS Since 1998, one of the largest privately held companies in Norway and he was ranked as number five, with a net worth estimated more than USD 3.27 billion. In 2007, Alexandra Father (Johan Henrik Andresen) transferred ownership stakes of 42.2% each to Alexandra and her sister Katharina, and their father states that he will not force his daughters to take part in the family company if they do not want to.

Alexandra, is presently studying social science at Amsterdam University College, did her schooling at Forres Sandle Manor boarding school in Fordingbridge.

Her passion in life lies in dressage riding and she wants to pursue it for the rest of her life. Being a sponsored dressage rider, she has already won three championships award and is extremely attached to her horses.

Career of Alexandra Andresen

Alexandra Gamlemshaug Andresen has won multiple awards and honors in horse dressage competitions and has modeled several times for equestrian clothing company KingsLand.

Problems Encountered By Alexandra Andresen

Alexandra Andresen is a Norwegian heiress and her elder sister joined the list after each inheriting 42% of their family-owned investment company, Ferd. This privilege made her immune to life struggle. And she is also involved in horse riding and modeling.

Lesson Learned                                                       

Do What You Love

When you love doing something do it with passion. Alexandra Gamlemshaug Andresen inheriting 42% of their family-owned investment company, Ferd, but because she has passion dressage riding, she chose to be a sponsored dressage rider that aid her multiple awards and honors in horse dressage competitions.

Self reliance

Irrespective of your family wealth is a good thing to be to be independent. Alexandra family was already famous but she chooses to make a name for herself by been a horse rider and a model. Use Your Opportunity

Ability to maximize an existing opportunity. Alexandra was able to maintain and manage her account since inheriting 42% of their family-owned investment company, Ferd, 2007.

Leave a Comment