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Richard Bruce Farleigh (created 9 November 1960) is an Australian private investor. He’s presently an associate of the “Business Review Weekly” Rich 200 list, an inventory of the 200 most affluent Australian people. In the year 2012, he took on the job as Chancellor of London South Bank University. Farleigh featured in show 3 and 4 of BBC’s “Dragons’ Den”. He lives in London, United Kingdom. He formerly lived in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Farleigh left Australia in the nineties. He was subsequently hired to run a hedge fund in Bermuda and went there with his lovely wife and infant son. IndexIT was the firm formed to finance many of these enterprises; it was afterwards sold to Beeson Gregory for 20m. Only at that time he invested his own capital in British technology firms. In 2005, he released a guide to personal investing entitled Taming the Lion: 100 Secret Strategies for Investing (ISBN 1 897597 62 2). He’s presently composing a brand new novel named “Confessions of a Serial Entrepreneur”, and excerpts are being printed Mondays in City A.M. as well as on his web site. He’s ranked as the 876th to the Sunday Times Rich List 2006 with the estimated net worth of 66 million. In 2010, Farleigh “established advisory business H2O Markets”.