Industry’s wealthiest make the Rich List

Recruitment has paid off well for recruiters, investors in recruitment businesses and suppliers to the industry, according to The Sunday Times Rich List 2020.

Named in the list of 1,000 wealthiest people in Britain this year in alphabetical order were:

  • Lord Ashcroft, Impellam Group, £1.2bn (No 123)
  • Lee Biggins, CV-Library, £165m (at No 743)
  • Keith Dawe, Sanderson Group, Resource Solutions, TimesTwo Investments, £164m (No 751)
  • Rob & Sheila Flavell, FDM Group, £214m (No 572 and identifying their sector as Business Services)
  • Philippe Foriel-Destezet, founder of Ecco which became Adecco, £1.913bn (No 76)
  • Paul Lukic & family, LA International, £134m (No 900)
  • Ged Mason, Morson Group, £190m (No 654)
  • Penny Streeter & family, A24, £201m (No 606)

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