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Sunday Times presents Bet365 owners among the 'richest 20'

Sunday Times presents Bet365 owners among the 'richest 20'
The Sunday Times list featured Bet365 owners among the 'richest 20'.
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This past week, Bet365 owners were named among the 'richest 20' according to the Sunday Times Rich List 2021. Bet365 owners Denise, John and Peter Coates are in seventeenth place on the Sunday Times list. In April, it was reported that Denise Coates, founder and majority shareholder of the bookmaker, had received a salary of £ 421 million over a 12-month period.

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In her salary, Denise received an income of £ 48 million. This resulted in its liquidity totaling £ 421 million. According to reports, Denise's value was the largest paycheck in corporate history in England. As a reference, the amount Denise received exceeded 50% of the amount she had received in 2019, of £ 277 million.

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In 2020, Denise received about £ 1.2 million a day, according to the High Pay Center. The amount added by Denise is ahead of any other amount that any boss received in an FTSE 100 company (List of the 100 largest companies in the United Kingdom).
 
Originally, Denise founded Bet365 in the mid-2000s, and has become the highest-paid 'boss' in the UK since then. After several accumulated assets, Denise, John (brother) and Peter Coates (father), were placed on the Sunday Times list in the seventeenth position among the richest in the United Kingdom.
 
Within the news of Bet365, the sports betting company changed the name of its brand from its affiliate program, changing from Bet365 Affiliates to Bet365 Partners. Among other news, the sports betting company will bring a new design to its program, improving the resources available on the platform.
 

LIST OF THE 20 RICHEST

1 - Sir Leonard Blavatnik
2 - David and Simon Reuben
3 - Sri and Gopi Hinduja and family
4 - Sir James Dyson and family
5 - Lakshmi Mittal and family
6 - Alisher Usmanov
7 - Kirsten and Jorn Rausing
8 - Roman Abramovich
9 - Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken and Michel de Carvalho
10 - Guy, George, Alannah and Galen Weston and family
11 - Mikhail Fridman
12 - The Duke of Westminster and the Grosvenor family
13 - Marit, Lisbet, Sigrid and Hans Rausing
14 - Ernesto and Kirsty Bertarelli
15 - Anil Agarwal
16 - François-Henri Pinault and Salma Hayek
17 - Denise, John and Peter Coates
18 - Michael Platt
19 - John Fredriksen and family
20 - German Khan

 

ABOUT BET365

The sports betting company, Bet365, is considered one of the largest online sports betting houses. Founded in 2000 by Denise Coates, Bet365 Group is headquartered in the United Kingdom, England. Currently, the group is one of the leading players in the online betting industry, encompassing more than nineteen million customers and almost two hundred countries participating in its platform. According to information, Bet365 has more than 3,000 employees and is the largest private employer company in the city of Stoke-on-Trent.
 
We at the Betting Academy provide you a sports betting course in case you want to start your sports betting journey. In addition to entering the market, you will have a wide selection of sports available to bet on. The Bet365 catalog has several sports, from conventional sports to electronic sports.
 

ABOUT THE SUNDAY TIMES

Created in 1821, The Sunday Times is the best-selling British newspaper in its field, distributed in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Sunday Times is distributed in broadseet format by Times Newspapers Ltd.
 
Times Newspapers Ltd is a subsidiary of News UK, which is currently controlled by News Corp. In addition to including The Sunday Times, the company is also responsible for publishing The Times magazine.

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