Jeremy Hunt is a British politician who has served as Chancellor of the Exchequer since 14 October 2022.
He previously served in the Cabinet as Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media, and Sport from 2010 to 2012, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care from 2012 to 2018, and Foreign Secretary from 2018 to 2019.
Jeremy Hunt Net Worth: How much does Jeremy Hunt make?
Jeremy Hunt’s exact net worth is unknown, but he is said to be worth more than £15 million.
He made £14.5 million when Hotcourses, the educational listings company he co-founded in 1991, was sold to an Australian company in 2017.
Hotcourses compiles databases of places to study in the United Kingdom and shares information with international students interested in taking courses in the United Kingdom.
Mr Hunt founded the company with the help of a childhood friend, Mike Elms. It was sold for £30.1 million to IDP Education, a student placement company based in Melbourne.
Mr Hunt owned 48% of Hotcourses at the time of sale, according to Companies House.
The Chancellor had stepped down as a director back in 2009, shortly before his first cabinet appointment, transferring his shares to a blind trust.