Hunter Biden’s Growing Up
On February 4, 1970, in Delaware, Robert Hunter Biden was born. Biden is the second son of current President Joe Biden and Neilia Biden. In 1972, a car accident killed his mother and younger sister. Both Robert and his older brother Beau were hurt, but they both survived. Both of the brothers were hospitalized for several months. Jill Jacobs became their stepmother in 1977, after Hunter and Beau encouraged Joe Biden to marry again.
Hunter Biden net worth 2022 is estimated to be $3 Million
Hunter Biden’s Personal Existence
Between 1993 and 2017, Hunter Biden was married to Kathleen Buhle (after separating in 2015). They share three children. Hunter revealed in a New Yorker interview that as of 2019, he lives on $4,000 per month after agreeing to pay his ex-wife $37,000 per month for ten years when they divorced.
From 2016 to 2019, he dated the widow of his brother Beau. Hunter married Melissa Cohen, a South African filmmaker, in May 2019. They married 10 days after they first met. As detailed in his memoir Beautiful Things, he has battled drug and alcohol addiction his entire life.
Hunter Biden’s Career
Biden was born in Delaware and attended Georgetown University before receiving his JD from Yale. He then decided to join the US Navy Reserve. In 1996, Biden worked for Delaware bank MBNA, earning $100,000 per year. In 2001, he decided to leave MBNA to start a lobbying firm.
Between 2001 and 2005, he worked as a consultant for MBNA. According to The New York Times, they paid millions of dollars to his consulting firm. At the same time, his father was the state’s senior senator, and his brother was appointed as Delaware’s Attorney General.
From 2006 to 2009, he was Vice-Chairman of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation. Biden is a co-founder of Rosemont Seneca Partners, a consulting firm. He served on the board of Burisma Holdings from 2014 to 2019. Former President Donald Trump claimed in 2019 that Joe Biden requested the dismissal of a Ukrainian prosecutor. He was not being investigated, and no evidence was discovered.
President Trump claimed in 2019 that Joe Biden sought the dismissal of a Ukrainian prosecutor in order to shield his son Hunter from investigation. Hunter Biden was not being investigated, and no evidence of wrongdoing was discovered. These allegations influenced an impeachment investigation in 2019.
The best moments from Hunter Biden’s career:
- Founding member of BHR Partners
- Burisma Holdings
- Beautiful Things (Autobiography, 2021)
Awards and Achievements
Hunter Biden has received the following awards and achievements throughout his career:
- Executive vice president of MBNA (1998)
- Vice-Chairman, board of directors of Amtrak (2006)
- Interim CEO of international hedge fund Paradigm Global Advisors (2006)
- Member board of directors of World Food Program USA, )2011)
- CEO, Seneca Global Advisors (2008)
- board of Director for China-based private equity fund BHR Partners (2011)
- Member board of Burisma Holdings (2014)
Hunter earned $100,000 per year working for the Delaware-based bank MBNA in 1996. He left MBNA in 2001 to start his own lobbying firm. Hunter worked as a paid consultant for MBNA between 2001 and 2005. According to The New York Times, MBNA paid his consulting firm millions of dollars. His father was the state’s senior Senator at the time, and his brother Beau was on his way to becoming Delaware’s Attorney General.
Hunter Biden’s Assets and Earnings
Hunter Biden owns over 15 real estate properties, nine automobiles, and three luxury yachts. Hunter Biden’s assets also include over $50 million in cash reserves. Hunter Biden also has an investment portfolio of 14 stocks worth $85 million.
Hunter Biden also has over $45 million in bank deposits and government bonds that pay him annual interest and dividends. Hunter Biden’s total rental income exceeds $5 million dollars per year. Hunter Biden’s dividend and interest income is an additional $2 million.
Hunter Biden’s Mansion
People with a high net worth do not necessarily live a lavish lifestyle. Hunter Biden, on the other hand, flaunts his wealth by owning expensive real estate. In 2020, Hunter Biden purchased a $35 million dollar mansion. The following features are included with this luxury home.
- Tennis Court
- Wine Cellar
- 15-Seater Dining Room
- 2 Swimming Pools
- 14 Bedrooms
- 16 Bathrooms
- Yoga Studio
- Bowling Alley
- Game Room
- 5 Office Rooms
- 8 Fire Places
- 2 Modular kitchens
- 1 Outdoor Kitchen
Cars owned by Hunter Biden?
|Ferrari 812||$600,000 USD|
|BMW Z3||$210,000 USD|
|Rolls-Royce Ghost||$1.4 Million USD|
|Mercedes-Benz S-Class||$200,000 USD|
Paradigm Global Advisors
Hunter Biden and his uncle James Biden (Joe’s younger brother) bought Paradigm Global Advisors, a hedge fund, in 2006. They paid for the firm with a $8.1 million promissory note. Hunter and James were not particularly successful investors during their five years at the firm. They allegedly lost money in multiple frauds and Ponzi schemes. Hunter earned a $1.2 million annual salary while working for the fund. Hunter and James allegedly unwound the fund in 2010 and never paid off the $8.1 million promissory note.