Jupiter's Nutt makes Rich List with £76m fortune

katrina Baugh

Jupiter income manager Tony Nutt has made the Sunday Times Rich List for the first time with a fortune of £76m.

Nutt enters the 2011 list in 926th place. His stake in Jupiter, which floated in June, is worth £66.5m. Share sales at the float of £5.7m and past salaries take his wealth to £76m. Meanwhile Peter Hargreaves and Stephen Lansdown are now amongst the UK's 100 wealthiest people. The founders of the Bristol-based wealth manager reaped the rewards as their firm entered the FTSE 100 in March this year, with its market cap now £3.05bn. It was a good investment by the former accountants who put in just £500 each 30 years ago to kick-start the firm. Hargreaves is now 65th on the Rich Lis...

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