Silas K. F. Chou
1945/1946 (age 73–74)
|Net worth||US$2.7 billion (September 2018)|
|Children||2 daughters, including Veronica Chou|
|Relatives||Susana Chou (sister)|
In 1978, he and his father, founded Xiang Zhou Woollen Mills in the Zhuhai Special Economy District.
In 1989, Chou and Lawrence Stroll founded Sportswear Holdings to acquire Tommy Hilfiger. Chou was the largest shareholder and became chairman of the company. In 2006, he sold his shareholding to Apax, a UK private equity firm for US$1.6 billion.
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- "How tycoon Silas Chou made a fortune from two global brands". ejinsight.com. 8 November 2016. Retrieved 26 September 2018.