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THE BOLD AND THE DARING

The entrepreneurs and the risk takers

Andreas Panayiotou

Andreas PanayiotouA self-made mogul and former champion boxer who cannot read or write fluently. He thinks “differently” and built a £400 million fortune by creating and then selling a buy-to-let empire of almost 6,000 rental properties. Panayiotou takes the view that it is “moral[ly]” right to pay taxes in Britain and of those who call Heath Hall, a £65 million property he developed in North London, as “impersonally hideous as a brothel”, he rightly responds: “These guys are just jealous”. This maverick is indeed a businessman worthy of admiration rather than envy.

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  1. I have met this charming Gentleman and his sons who are equally as charming. They all deserve their success and have a high moral work ethic. The only slight problem is that their style is not my taste! “You don’t have to have taste to have style” as my wife informs me – so am I confused??

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