Peter Thiel Net Worth: How Rich is This Facebook’s Investor as He Leaves Meta?

Peter Thiel is a German-American Billionaire businessman, political fanatic, and venture capitalist. Peter is withdrawing from its parent firm, Meta. Below we will cover Billionaire Peter Theil’s Net worth. On Monday 7th February, the information about Peter’s withdrawal from Meta came out. In April 2005, he had joined Facebook when the podium was still in its prior years.

Disclosing his exit from Meta, in a statement Peter Thiel wrote. “It has been a privilege to work with one of the great entrepreneurs of our time. Mark Zuckerberg’s intelligence, energy, and conscientiousness are tremendous. His talents will serve Meta well as he leads the company into a new era.”


Peter Thiel Net Worth

According to Forbes, Peter Thiel Net Worth is worth approximately over $2.6 billion. The renowned financier has been able to gain impressive wealth because of his prospering business ventures. The 54-year old billionaire was one of Paypal’s main co-founders. Peter is also the MD of venture capital company Founders Fund.


Peter’s has an investment in some of the firms like Affirm and Airbnb. Both the firms went public in the past year. He is also a shareholder in SpaceX and Stripe.

The billionaire also co-launched Palantir, a CIA-backed huge data startup. Though regardless of his all investment in companies he’s well known for being one of Facebook’s earliest investors.

Peter Thiel

Investor exit from Facebook’s Parent Firm, Meta

On Monday, Meta bust the news of Peter’s withdrawal with Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook. Mark appreciates Peter’s contribution to the company.

Mark Zuckerberg said in a statement. “Peter has been a valuable member of our board. And I’m deeply grateful for everything he has done for our company. From believing in us when few others would, to teaching me so many lessons about business, economics, and the world.” Mark further added and called Peter Thiel “an original thinker.”


What’s next for the Billionaire Peter Thiel?

An anonymous source has disclosed to the New York Times that billionaire plans to “concentrate on prompting November’s midterm elections.”

The report has also made a claim that Peter is going to back candidates supporting Trump in the upcoming elections. In the previous year, as per the outlet, Peter contributed $10 million to each Republican party. Two apprentices, J.D. Vance, who’s working for Senate in Ohio, and Blake Masters running for Senate chair in Arizona.


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