The Hinduja Group is a global conglomerate company headquartered in London, United Kingdom.
The company was founded in 1914 by Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja, initially operating in Mumbai, India, and setting up its first international operation in Iran in 1919. The headquarters of the group moved to Iran where it remained until 1979, when the Islamic Revolution forced it to move to Europe. Srichand Hinduja and his brother Gopichand moved to London in 1979 to develop their father’s export business.
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Source of earnings: Diversified
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Net Worth: $9,000 Million As of Oct ’13
Four brothers, Srichand, Gopichand, Prakash and Ashok, together control the Hinduja Group, a multinational conglomerate with a presence in 37 countries and businesses as diverse as trucks and lubricants to banking and healthcare. In India, they are best known for IndusInd Bank and truckmaker Ashok Leyland. Lubricants arm Gulf Oil, which bought U.S.-based Houghton International for just over $1 billion last year, is preparing to list the combined unit. They recently sold a 49% stake in Saudi-based lubricants maker Petromin for over $300 million. Brothers bought and restored the 67,000 sq. foot Carlton House Terrace, a heritage mansion in London, which sits on the site of a former palace near Buckingham Palace; now valued at an estimated $500 million.