Jack Cowin Biography
Cowin was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada on July 13, 1942. Stanley J. Cowin’s father, Stanley J. Cowin, was briefly posted to Australia by Ford and later pushed his son to consider immigrating there.
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Cowin earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1964.
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Jack Cowin Career
Jack Cowin is a Canadian-Australian entrepreneur with a lengthy history of engagement in franchised fast food franchises in both Australia and Canada. Cowin introduced KFC to Australia, developed and owned Hungry Jack’s, the Burger King franchise in Australia, and previously controlled the Domino’s Pizza franchise in Australia before to its 2005 ASX listing.
Cowin also controls Consolidated Foods, a meat processing company that supplies to countries all over the world. Cowin sold a significant stake in Stanbroke Pastoral Company, one of Australia’s largest cattle station operators.
Jack Cowin Personal Life
Cowin resides in Sydney with his wife, Sharon, and their four children.
Cowin received the Doctor of Law degree from his alma mater, the University of Western Ontario, in 2000. (honoris causa). Cowin served as the University’s 22nd Chancellor from September 2015 to May 2019.
Jack Cowin Net Worth
Cowin’s net worth was assessed at A$4.94 billion in 2021 by the Financial Review Rich List, the successor of the BRW Rich 200, and he was placed as the 17th richest Australian. Meanwhile, Cowin’s net worth was estimated to be US$1.7 billion in 2019 by Forbes Asia, ranking him as the 23rd richest Australian by net worth.
Forbes estimated his Net Worth to be $2.6 billion as at 2022.