Frank Stronach

Frank Stronach, CM (born Franz Strohsack, 6 September 1932) is an Austrian-Canadian businessman and politician.

He is the founder of Magna International, an international automotive parts company based in Aurora, Ontario, Canada, and Magna Entertainment Corp., which specializes in horse-racing entertainment. With an estimated net worth of $US 1.7 billion (as of March 2011), Stronach was ranked by Forbes as the 21st wealthiest Canadian and 736th in the world.

In 2011, he entered Austrian politics: founding the Stronach Institute to campaign for classical liberalism and against the Euro. In 2012, he founded the political party Team Stronach for Austria.

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... season 1992–1993), Austria Wien was taken over by billionaire Frank Stronach of the Magna concern in 1999, the name of the club changing into FK ... +40 (64–24))! On 21 November 2005, Frank Stonach decided to resigne from his post ... of manager and ex-player Peter Stöger and Dutch coach and ex-football-player Frank Schinkels), Georg Zellhofer became the new coach ...
Frank Stronach - Honours
... In 1999, Stronach was made a member of the Order of Canada ... In December 1997, Stronach was awarded an honorary Doctor of Engineering by Kettering University ...

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