Maja Oeri

About Maja Oeri

Birth Day: October 24, 1868
Birth Place: Basel, Switzerland, Switzerland
Died On: 18 April 1920(1920-04-18) (aged 51)\nBasel, Switzerland
Birth Sign: Scorpio
Other names: Fritz Hoffmann
Occupation: entrepreneur
Relatives: Luc Hoffmann (grandson, son of Emmanuel)

Maja Oeri Net Worth

Maja Oeri was born on October 24, 1868 in Basel, Switzerland, Switzerland. A descendant of Fritz Hoffmann-La Roche, founder of Switzerland-based pharma behemoth Roche, Maja Oeri joined the Forbes billionaires ranks in 2013 after pulling her 5% stake in the company out of the family pool in 2011. At the time, Oeri reportedly said there was no bad blood between her and other family members; however, the move diminished the family's majority control in the maker of blockbuster drugs like Tamiflu and Valium. An art enthusiast, Oeri runs the Emanuel Hoffmann Foundation and is a trustee of the Modern Museum of Art. In 1999, Oeri and her husband established the Laurenz Foundation in memory of their first born son, Laurenz Jakob, who died an untimely death. The foundation seeks to promote and support the fine arts.
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💰Maja Oeri Net worth: $2 Billion (Updated at 22 June 2018)

2013 $1.8 Billion
2014 $2.4 Billion
2015 $2.3 Billion
2016 $2.1 Billion
2017 $2.1 Billion
2018 $2.22 Billion

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Hoffmann was born in Switzerland on 24 October 1868, and died on 18 April 1920.


In 1894 he formed a company with Max Carl Traub (1855–1919) called Hoffmann, Traub & Co., which manufactured a limited range of pharmaceutical and chemical products. His Father contributed the majority of the capital, Traub some patents and contracts. In 1896 Traub left the company and it was renamed F. Hoffmann-La Roche & Co..


On 2 May 1895 Fritz Hoffmann married Adèle La Roche (1876–1938). It was a Common practice in Switzerland for married couples to hyphenate the name, so from this point he was often referred to as Fritz Hoffmann-La Roche. They had two sons, Emmanuel (4 May 1896, Basel – 3 October 1932, Basel) and Alfred (25 July 1898–1987). The couple were divorced in 1919 and he married divorcée Elisabeth von der Mühll (1882–1970).


According to Peyer (See below) "For his time, Fritz Hoffmann was unusually interested in product promotion" and paid attention to all aspects of publicity from simple advertising to packaging and promotion of key individuals such as pharmacists. He also built up international contacts for raw materials and product sales, and supported research. Following the setback of the 1st World War, these factors helped the company to recover and expand. He retired from the board of the company because of ill-health in 1919 and died the following year.