Trevor James Hemmings CVO was a British billionaire businessman know all about hiim in this article as like his Family, Net Wort, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death.
|Birthdate ( Age)||11 June 1935|
|Place of Birth||Woolwich, London, United Kingdom|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||British billionaire businessman|
|Last Update||May 2022|
Trevor James Hemmings was a British Businessman. Hemmings was appointed Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO) in the 2011 Birthday Honours for his service with The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, now renamed Carers Trust.
Successful businessman Hemmings is credited with helping to save Preston from financial difficulties; A major supporter of National Hunt racing, he owned many top horses, including three Grand National winners.
Trevor Hemmings Family
Hemmings was born in Woolwich, London, the son of a Royal Ordnance factory worker father. During the Second World War, the Royal Ordnance was relocated to Lancashire, and the family moved there when he was aged five.Hemmings, one of National Hunt racing’s greatest supporters, rescued Preston in 2010 when he bought a controlling stake in the Lancashire club.
Trevor Hemmings Wife
Trevor Hemmings is Married with wife Eve.The Coouple have Four Children Together One Daughter and Three Son’s.
Trevor Hemmings Net Worth
Trevor James Hemmings CVO was a British billionaire businessman has an estimated Net Worth around £1.115 billion in 2021.
Hemmings owned Cork City F.C., Preston North End F.C., Northern Trust Co. Ltd, Classic Lodges Ltd. and Trust Inns Ltd. He also owned over 100 racehorses, three of which won the Grand National: Hedgehunter(2005), Ballabriggs(2011), and Many Clouds (2015).
In 2009 it was stated by the Sunday Times Rich List that Hemmings had lost £700m because of a collapse in the price of Royal Bank of Scotland shares, making him only the ninth richest man in the North West and the 178th in the country.
The Rich List editor, Ian Coxon, said the drop in Hemmings’ fortunes had been caused by the decrease in value of his North West property portfolio as well as his share investment.According to the Sunday Times Rich List in 2020, Hemmings was worth £1.025 billion, the same as the previous year.
Hemmings, a director at Preston in the 1970s, acquired 51% of the club’s shares in 2010 through his Deepdale PNE company, soon after the Lilywhites had been served with a winding up petition by HM Revenue and Customs.