WeWork CEO Adam Neumann has a $4.1 billion net worth — Here’s how he spends his money

WeWork, the coworking-space company with a valuation of $47 billion at its last private round of funding, revealed its public IPO filing in August.

Under the helm of CEO Adam Neumann, the company confidentially filed initial-public-offering paperwork in December as The We Company, a parent company encompassing WeWork and its other ventures, like WeLive.

Neumann sold and borrowed $700 million in transactions involving his shares in WeWork, The Wall Street Journal reported in July. Besides exercising his stock options and buying more WeWork shares, Neumann has also spent his money buying real estate and investing in startups, also according to the Wall Street Journal.

WeWork's public IPO filing discloses that Neumann did not take a salary in 2018 and was only paid $1 in 2017.

The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg reported on Thursday that The We Company is now considering a valuation of around $20 billion for its IPO, and it may delay the IPO to 2020.

Here's what Neumann has been investing in:

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