What Is The Net Worth Of Kwasi Kwarteng? Served Chancellor of the Exchequer

British politician Kwasi Kwarteng held the positions of Secretary of State for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy under Boris Johnson in 2021 and Chancellor of the Exchequer under Liz Truss from September 6, 2022, until October 14, 2022. He was appointed parliamentary under-secretary of state for Exiting the European Union by Theresa May, in 2018. He has served as the MP for Spelthorne since 2010 and is a member of the Conservative Party.

Kwasi Kwarteng Short Bio

Kwasi Kwarteng has been the Member of Parliament for Spelthorne since May 6, 2010, taking over from David Wilshire. He was born as Akwasi Addo Alfred Kwarteng on May 26, 1975, in London, England. In 2019, he married Harriet Edwards and they have one child together.


He received his education at Eton College and Trinity College, Cambridge where he obtained his BA and PhD degrees. His thesis focused on the political thought of the recoinage.

Kwasi KwartengShort Bio
Age48 years (in 2023)
Birthday26 May 1975
Famous ForChancellor of the Exchequer,
Member of the Conservative Party,
Appointed parliamentary
under-secretary of state,
Exiting the European Union
Minister of state for Business,
Energy and Clean Growth,
Secretary of state for Business,
Energy and Industrial Strategy
BirthplaceLondon, England
Zodiac SignTaurus
HeightIn feet & inches: 5′ 11″
In meters: 1.80
Weight (approx.)89 kg (196 lbs)
SpouseHarriet Edwards ​(m. 2019)

Kwasi Kwarteng Height, Weight

Kwasi Kwarteng’s height is 5’11”. His body is 89 Kg. He has short black hair. He is a Yoga enthusiast and loves doing Yoga in his free time.


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Kwasi Kwarteng Net Worth

As of 2023, Kwasi Kwarteng’s net worth is estimated to be $12 million to $15 million. Political career is his main source of income. In January 2010, he was selected as the Conservative candidate for Spelthorne.


He was criticised for dissolving the Industrial Strategy Council, the advisory body seeking to regenerate Britain’s regions, in March 2021.

On October 14, Kwarteng was removed from his position as Chancellor after just 38 days in office. After Iain Macleod, who passed only a month after assuming office, he became the second-shortest-serving chancellor. Jeremy Hunt succeeded Kwarteng.

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