Gina Rinehart Biography
Gina Rinehart born as Georgina Hope was born on February 1954. She is an Australian mining magnate and chairman of Hancock Prospecting, a privately owned mineral exploration and extraction company which was founded by her father Lang Hancock.
She is one of Australia’s rich people and one of the world’s richest women. She is estimated to have a net worth of A$17.3 as of 2019. She has been married to twice; Greg Hayward (1973-1981) and Frank Rinehart (1983-1990). She is a daughter to Lang Hancock and Hope Nicholas.
Gina Rinehart Age
she is 65 years old as of 2019.
Gina Rinehart Children| Daughter
She is a mother of four Children; Bianca Hope Hayward, Hope Rinehart Welker, Ginia Rinehart and John Hancock has worked as Director of Hancock Prospecting Pty Ltd and HMHT Investments and associated with Hope Margaret Hancock Trust.
Hope Welker is the third child who is the beneficiary of a trust that owns a large stake in mining giant Hancock Prospecting. Earlier She joined, then withdrew, from a four-year court battle to remove mother as trustee.
Ginia Rinehart is the youngest child, She stayed out of bitter court battle to wrest control of trust from her mother. She has a degree in business, majoring in Spanish, from London.
John Hancock is the eldest child, With his two sisters, he launched a bitter legal battle in 2011 to remove his mother as a trustee. He is a senior adviser at Lind Partners LLC. He also runs his own private investment fund.
All the children are beneficiaries of a trust that owns a large stake in mining giant Hancock Prospecting.
Gina Rinehart Husband| Partner
Gina first got hitched to Greg Hayward in 1973 at the age of just 19. The couple likewise brought forth two youngsters John Hayward-Hancock (1976) and Bianca Hope Rinehart (1979). Later after eight of their marriage, the couple chose to go their different ways and got separated in 1981.
Two years after the divorce, Gina got hitched again with Frank Rinehart in 1983. They likewise got two children Hope Rinehart-Welker and Ginia Rinehart.
Shockingly, their relationship had a pitiful closure as Frank died of a heart attack in 1990.
Gina then hit the paper features after it got reputed she had another dating accomplice for called Tony Bellia, an Italian socialite. Tony is known for being a women man who is extremely enchanting and attractive.
Gina Rinehart Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of A$17.3 billion as of 2019.
Gina Rinehart Weight Loss| Young
Gina now has transformed surprisingly after her weight loss. She has lost forty percent of her body weight and has been losing weight since 2014.
As of now, all of her four children, have joined their mother, Gina, among the world’s wealthiest people (as per Forbes) and the entire family is living in peace enjoying their lavish and luxurious life.
Gina Rinehart Properties
England grazing property, Glendon Park. Glendon Park is located about 40 kilometres north-east of Armidale, and covers an area of 3234 hectares.
Of the total area, about 85 per cent is usable grazing country, lightly timbered with shade and shelter trees. The balance includes a fenced-off area of 433ha of a remnant forest with carbon credit potential.
Gina Rinehart Book
She authored the book; “Gina Rinehart: The Untold Story of the Richest Woman in the World” and “Northern Australia and then some: changes we need to make our country rich”.
Gina Rinehart Quotes
- There is no monopoly on becoming a millionaire. If you’re jealous of those with more money, don’t just sit there and complain – do something to make more money yourself.
- The evidence is inarguable that Australia is becoming too expensive and too uncompetitive to do export-oriented business. Africans want to work, and its workers are willing to work for less than $2 per day. Such statistics make me worry for this country’s future. We are becoming a high-cost and high-risk nation for investment.
- Just in any job, if you want to get ahead, take shorter lunch breaks, be happy to stay later, do the work, and finish it off well.
Gina Rinehart Movie
Gina Hancock is a much-loved daughter of her mining magnate father, Lang Hancock, who would become the richest man in Australia. It is 1967 in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. As she becomes a young woman she is also granted a large portion of the business and works hard in her job.
In 1983 Gina meets Frank Rinehart, a lawyer from the United States, and falls in love whilst camping in the outback of WA. He is much older than Gina and her father strictly disapproves.
She marries him nevertheless and has two children by him. A short time later the wife of many years of Lang Hancock passes away. At this juncture, a young Filipino woman by the name of Rose Lacson is employed by the family to look after Lang Hancock, and act as his housekeeper.
At first, she is professional, but not long after he falls in love with her, much to the disgust of Gina, who strongly believes she is nothing but a gold-digger. The enmity that was placed on Gina by her father for marrying Rinehart is now reversed, and Lang, who secretly married Porteous, is criticised and beleaguered by his daughter, urging him to stop spending his fortune (and her future wealth) on her.
Gina is then fired by her father and lives in America for a time. When she returns she demands her share of the company back and ensures that her father agrees to give her children their grandmother’s inheritance.
By the end of the first part of the two-part miniseries, Frank Rinehart has a heart attack and a huge business deal with Romania’s corrupt and terminal administration goes sour, losing the company $40 million.
Gina Rinehart Poem| Gina Rinehart Tax
The pome in full:
The globe is sadly groaning with debt, poverty and strife
And billions now are pleading to enjoy a better life
Their hope lies with resources buried deep within the earth
And the enterprise and capital which give each project worth
Is our future threatened with massive debts run up by political hacks
Who dig themselves out by unleashing rampant tax
The end result is sending Australian investment, growth and jobs offshore
This type of direction is harmful to our core
Some envious unthinking people have been conned
To think prosperity is created by waving a magic wand
Through such unfortunate ignorance, too much abuse is hurled
Against miners, workers and related industries who strive to build the world
Develop North Australia, embrace multiculturalism and welcome short term foreign workers to our shores
To benefit from the export of our minerals and ores
The world’s poor need our resources: do not leave them to their fate
Our nation needs special economic zones and wiser government, before it is too late
Gina Rinehart News
Gina Rinehart Retains Top Spot On 2019 Forbes Australia Rich List(source Forbes).
SINGAPORE (January 17, 2019) – Tycoons on the 2019 Forbes Australia Rich List saw mixed results as some fortunes rose and some fell. Mining mogul Gina Rinehart retains the top spot on the list with a net worth of US$14.8 billion. The complete list can be found at www.forbes.com/australia.
Property tycoon Harry Triguboff remains at the No. 2 spot with a net worth of $9 billion. Cardboard-box kingpin Anthony Pratt and retail tycoon Frank Lowy also retain their third and fourth ranks with net worths of $6.8 billion and $6.5 billion respectively.
Overall, the wealth of 22 tycoons fell, partly because of the Australian dollar’s 8.7% drop against the U.S. dollar since the previous Australia Rich List in November 2017. Of the 23 fortunes that rose, the biggest gain went to Atlassian founders Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar, who are up $3 billion each. Their $6.4 billion fortunes put them in a tie for fifth place, up five spots. Another notable tech billionaire is WiseTech Global founder Richard White, who jumped 16 places to No. 17 after his fortune swelled to $2.2 billion.
Among the three returnees to the list is flamboyant mining mogul Clive Palmer, who makes the list for the first time since 2014. His estimated fortune is $1.8 billion, placing him at No. 20. It’s his debut as a Forbes billionaire, thanks to court-ordered royalty payments from CITIC Pacific Mining’s huge Sino Iron project in Western Australia.
Coal baron Chris Wallin also makes a comeback. He’s at No. 41 with a net worth of $910 million, bucking the downward trend for most mining tycoons. Another returnee is Computershare founder Chris Morris, who ranks No. 49 with $760 million.
One newcomer joins the list this year: financial-services whiz Michael Heine, co-founder of investment platform Netwealth. Since its November 2017 initial public offering, his company’s share price has more than doubled, placing Heine at No. 50 with an estimated fortune of $750 million.
Four notable drop-offs include 96-year-old property billionaire Stanley Perron, who died in November. Flight Centre founder Graham Turner, property developer Tim Roberts and Chris Thomas, founder of Adelaide-based meat processor Thomas Foods, also fell below this year’s $750 million cut-off.
The top 10 richest in Australia are:
1) Gina Rinehart; $14.8 billion
2) Harry Triguboff; $9 billion
3) Anthony Pratt; $6.8 billion
4) Frank Lowy; $6.5 billion
5) Mike Cannon-Brookes; $6.4 billion
5) Scott Farquhar; $6.4 billion
7) Andrew Forrest; $4.3 billion
8) John Gandel; $4 billion
9) James Packer; $3.6 billion
10) Lindsay Fox; $3.5 billion
The list was compiled using information from the individuals, stock exchanges, analysts, private data bases, government agencies and other sources. Net worth numbers were based on stock prices and exchange rates as of the close of markets January 11. Private companies were valued by using financial ratios and other comparisons with similar companies that are publicly traded.
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