Who is Ian Malouf?
He was born in June 1965. He is married to Larissa, they have 5 children. He is the founder of Dial A Dump.
Dial A Dump
Dial A Dump was founded in 1984 in Sidney, New South Wales. The company is a provider of waste removal, waste management, and waste transfer services. Dial-a-Dump operated two waste
processing facilities at Alexandria and Eastern Creek near, Sidney. Eastern Creek has a combined processing and landfill capacity of 2 million tonnes per annum. Dial-a-Dump also supplies woodchips/mulch, road base and
aggregates, and soil and sand. Dial a Dump had more than 200 employees.
In 2018 it was announced that he would sell Dial a Dump to Bingo, a publicly listed waste management company that provides waste collection and processing services in NSW and some parts of Victoria. Malouf received AUS$378 million in cash and $200 million in Bingo shares.
Ahoy Club is a charter company, legally based in London, UK. The company is also active in Sydney, Australia. It promotes itself as the leading digital charter platform in the world, with more than 3,000 yachts in its database. Ahoy Club is managed by Ian’s daughter Ellie Malouf.
Malouf also founded two other companies in London: The SuperYacht Specialists Ltd and Yacht Harbour Ltd. It is unclear if this is related to the website Yacht Harbour.
The net worth of Ian Malouf is $ 600 million. He received $378 million in cash when he sold his company.
He currently owns two yachts: the 72m Coral Ocean and the 52 meter Mischief (she is listed for sale)