William Bill Pulver is the present CEO of Australian Rugby Union (ARU), whose net worth is more likely to hit in millions. But his company is going through a hard time loss on their yearbook accounts; ARU reported a loss of $7.44 million as of 2015, $6.3 million in 2014, $8.3 million as per 2012 and $7.5 million in 2011. But somehow, they managed to score $19.5 million surplus back in 2013, which is probably due to the windfall from Irish Lions and British tour.
Bill Pulver’s Salary and Net Worth
According to abc.net, Bill’s estimated salary was recorded as $735,885. And even if he saves half of what he earns, his net worth would hit millions in just 3-4 years. So, yes, he is one of the millionaires and most reputed persons in Australia. Likewise, Pulver once bought shares in the historic 956ha at Bungendore which was sold for around $3.7 million straight. Pretty much of a huge amount, huh.. I Know..
If you think that’s it, well, there are more. He is also an author who has written a book that falls on ‘Literature, Fiction and Romance’ category; and it is entitled ‘Fire and Water’. The book focuses on a boy named ‘Paul Shepard’ who gets chosen as the Prophet of God. Later, he figures out that anyone he contacts with dies by some form of fire. You can get the hardcover copy on Amazon at £21.30 or you can get the paperback at £11.28. Pulver released the book on December 1st, 2009.
Bill Pulver’s Car and Mansion
Going over his pictures, it appears like Bill Pulver owns a convertible BMW. We might not be sure about on which series the car falls upon; but by looking at it, I must say it is one hell of a car.. And speaking of his house, it pretty much looks like a goddamn mansion from GTA.. lol.. You can see for yourself.
Bill Pulver’s Background
William Bill Pulver was born in 1959 in Australia. He is known for being father of Mosman Bomb Hoax victim. In 2011, the Pulver family was the victim of Collar Bomb Hoax in Moasman; however, the attacker got behind the bars for 10 years later that year. Up until his professional career as a CEO initiated, the 57-year-old represented GPS and played for University of NSW back when he was young.
Bill was married to Belinda Pulver whose line up business is a first-class landscaping company. Together, they have a son named ‘Angus’ who appeared on halfback at the field for Australian Schoolboys in 2012. I would say, like father, like son.