Prodigy (16) on the Forbes list
Wunderkind is the youngest asset manager in Switzerland
Richard Schäli attends the fourth Gymi in Zug. And it already manages an eight-figure sum for its customers. The 16-year-old currently lives in Singapore. Learn Mandarin and meet important people.
Richard Schäli is 16 years old and, according to Forbes, he already manages an eight-figure sum for his clients.
“Forbes” not only informs about the richest people in the world. But also about the most exciting people under 30. And that’s exactly where the Swiss is at the top. Richard Schäli is 16 years old. And already a giant in his field.
While other boys his age play football or go to scouts, he manages other people’s property. And since he was 11 years old. According to “Forbes”, this is already an eight-figure sum. Attends the fourth Gymi in Zug. Schäli bought his first share at the age of seven. He makes long-term investments for his clients. His specialty: technology companies.
Interannual in Singapore
live at home? Nothing for someone like Schäli. He is currently spending a gap year in Singapore. All alone, as “Forbes” knows. A teenager wants to learn Mandarin. His goal: “I want to expand my horizons and meet a new spectrum of people.” From architects to ministers of the economy,” he says. (pb)