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The Irish brothers amassed their fortune through Stripe when the pair were studying at university, which is a financial software founded in 2010 and mainly operates out of headquarters located in Dublin and San Francisco. Patrick was named the youngest self-made billionaire in 2016 and as of 2022 has an estimated net worth of $11.4bn. John is the younger of the two brothers and has an estimated net worth of $9.5bn. In this article, we will investigate if the Collison brothers operate a family office.
No established family office but have several holdings in capital ventures
The Collins brothers founded Stripe in 2009 and were boosted by early support from high-profile investors such as Elon Musk and Peter Thiel. In 2021, the company posted annual revenue of $12bn. Stripe has made several high-profile deals with market leaders such as Ford and Spotify as well as announcing a strategic partnership with ION. The current valuation sits at $95bn, putting it as the most valuable start-up in the US. Outside of Stripe, the brothers have made numerous investments in tech start-ups through their position in Entrepreneur First.
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