This article discloses the 2022 top 8 richest people in The Bahamas. Have you ever who these people are? Some say there are all politicians in businesses. Topmost10 has been able to gather these facts for public eyes. Methods of gathering these information and Sources of our information can not be disclosed for some reasons.
Here are the top 8 richest people in The Bahama and their net worth
1. Brent Symonette
Net worth : $58 million
Brent Symonette is a Bahamian businessman and Minister of Financial Services, Trade and Industry and immigration.
He was sworn in on May 15, 2017. He served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Bahamas from 2007 to 2012.
He also served as Member of Parliament for the St. Anne’s constituency. He is a member of the Free National Movement (FNM).
2. Jackson Ritchie
Net worth: $18.8 million
Jackson L. Ritchie serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Global United Limited. Mr. Ritchie is an ex-naval officer having trained at the Royal Navy College UK and with the British Navy. Between 1977 and 1983, he served in The Royal Bahamas Defense Force in the capacity of Deck Officer and Captain of Fast Patrol vessels.
In 1983, he was appointed to Assistant Port Director and Harbor Master of FreeportHarbour Company. He served there until 1991. He currently
3. Shandrice Woodside-Rolle
Net worth: $16.4 million
Shandrice and Rex established the Western Air Limited- one of the renowned airline in Bahamas which has its headquarters at Andros Island, Bahamas.
With a net worth $90 million Western has increased their routes across the Caribbean.
4. Philip Edward
Net worth: $12.5 million
Philip Edward “Brave” Davis is a Bahamian politician serving as the Prime Minister of the Bahamas since 2021. He has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Cat Island, Rum Cay & San Salvador since May 2002.
Davis was Deputy Prime Minister to Perry Christie and Minister of Public Works and Urban Development from 2012 to 2017. He then served as Leader of the Opposition from May 2017 to September 2021, when he led the Progressive Liberal Party to victory and was subsequently sworn in as Prime Minister.
5. Hubert Minnis
Hubert Alexander Minnis is the Bahamian Prime Minister since May 2017. Minnis is the leader of the Free National Movement, the present governing party, and the Member of Parliament for the New Providence constituency of Killarney. First elected to the legislature in the 2007 election, he succeeded Hubert Ingraham as party leader following the party’s defeat in the 2012 election.
He was dismissed from his leadership role in the FNM in December 2016, and regained the position in April 2017 after much internal conflict within the party. He became Prime Minister following the victory of his party in the general election held on 10 May 2017
6. Gary Sawyer
Net Worth: $7.8 million
Gary Martin Sawyer served as a member of the Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA) from 2002-2007. Mr. Sawyer is a supporter of many charitable organizations and remains actively engaged in many community activities and is considered a strong advocate for bringing about positive change for the enhancement of a better Bahamas and in particular, South Abaco.
Mr. Sawyer has started numerous businesses that are still in operation throughout Abaco and other islands of The Bahamas. These businesses have provided employment for many Bahamians. Mr. Sawyer believes in the empowerment of Bahamians and has demonstrated this through his business practices.
7. Hubert Chipman
Net Worth: $6.85 million
Hubert Chipman is a Certified Public Accountant and Business Consultant in Bahamas. He is the ninth on our list of 2022 top 10 richest people in Bahamas with a net worth of $6.85 million.
8. Allyson Maynard-Gibson
Net worth: $5.6 million
The Hon. Allyson Maynard Gibson QC is a Bahamian barrister, politician, and community rights advocate, particularly with regard to laws affecting women and children.
From 2012 to 2017 she was the Attorney General and Minister for Legal Affairs of The Bahamas, and leader of government business in the Senate of the Bahamas.
From 2002 to 2007, she served as Minister of Financial Services and Investments in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) administration. She is the daughter of former deputy prime minister (1985–92) Clement T. Maynard.