Nasa Khan: The Accessory People

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Nasa Khan
Company: The Accessory People

Khan was prominent in the Sunday Times Rich List this year with a worth of £45m. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg for the man who started £450m turnover business, The Accessory People, in 1995 with £2,000 from friends. The mobile phone accessory magnate and son of a Surrey bus driver employs just 75 in Chessington, has clocked up entrepreneur awards and support charities and his local football team.

2016 update:

From Sunday Times Rich List to a stay at her Majesty’s leisure, Khan’s comet well and truly crashed to earth when he was convicted of money laundering and tax fraud in 2011 for nine years. Carried out between June 2001 and July 2003, the entrepreneur used the export of mobile phones to cover what was thought to be the UK’s largest ever VAT “missing trader” frauds.


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