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THE BOLD AND THE DARING

The entrepreneurs and the risk takers

Nicholas van Hoogstraten (also known as Adolph von Hessen and born Nicholas Marcel Hoogstraten)

Nicholas van HoogstratenThis controversial tycoon is allegedly worth £500 million and believes Robert Mugabe to be “one hundred percent decent and incorruptible”. Nicknamed “The Maniac in the Mink” and “Nasty Nick”, van Hoogstraten is famed for a still unfinished mansion in Sussex with a frontage larger than Buckingham Palace and being exceptionally stingy with teabags. Of a nun who hit him with a chair leg at the Jesuit school he attended, he stated: “I grabbed it and hit her – and she never tried it again” and of himself, the father of five children by three women once commented: “Well a lot of people think I’m mad”. We most certainly agree.

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