BRETT BLUNDY • Net Worth $2 Billion • House • Yacht • Private Jet • BB Retail Capital

Name:Brett Blundy
Net Worth:$2 billion
Source of Wealth:BB Retail Capital
Born:Jan 1, 1960
Wife:Vanessa Speer
Children:Sam, Mia
Residence:Singapore, Monaco, Australia
Private Jet:Pls send message
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Who is Brett Blundy

Brett Blundy is the founder of BB Retail Capital. He was born in  January 1960. He is married to Vanessa and has 2 children (Sam and Mia).

What is BB Retail Capital?

BBRC is a private investment company that is active in 3 key portfolios. Global retail brands, retail property, and beef breeding.

BBRC was founded by Brett Blundy in 1980 with the purchase of a single music store. It was called Disko Duck. That music store grew into a 350-store chain called the Sanity Entertainment Group.

Blundy sold his shares and started the lingerie chain Bras N Things.

Bras N Things

Bras N Things is a chain of 200 stores throughout Australia and New Zealand, specializing in the sale of women’s lingerie, sleepwear, and swimwear. The company has more than 1,500 employees.

Other Retail Investments

BBRC is a major shareholder in Aventus Property. Aventus is the largest investor and manager of 14 large format retail centers in Australia. The portfolio has a value of over $1 billion.


In 2010 Blundy founded Lovisa. It is a fashion jeweler and hair accessories chain. The company has over 270 stores. Lovisa was listed on the Australian stock exchange in 2014.

Brett’s sister Tracey Blundy and his wife Vanessa Speer are both a director at Lovisa. BBRC owns 41% of Lovisa.


BBRC Beef is involved in cattle farming in Northern Australia. BBRC Beef aims to feed Asia’s growing appetite for quality beef. The company owns 6 million acres in Australia’s Northern Territory. And has a herd size of over 150,000 head.

Brett Blundy Net Worth

His net worth is estimated at $2 billion.


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Brett Blundy House

Yacht Cloud 9

He is the owner of the 89-meter Oceanco yacht Cloud 9. She was built as Infinity for Eric Smidt. Blundy used to own a 74-meter CRN superyacht, which is now named Lady Jorgia.