Jennifer Campbell Net Worth 2022, Age, Husband, Children, Height, Family, Parents, Business

Jennifer Campbell net worth

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Jennifer Campbell is a British entrepreneur and television personality. She bought YourCash Europe Ltd from RBS in 2010. She was a “Dragon” on two series of the UK’s Dragons’ Den. In 2010, Campbell bought Hanco ATM systems from the Royal Bank of Scotland and subsequently renamed the business as YourCash.

YourCash is an independent automated teller machine (ATM) provider with operations in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium and Ireland. In 2016, Campbell sold the business. Before doing this she had previously worked 32 years with the Royal Bank of Scotland Group in various roles, including sales, operational, change, risk and management.

Early life

NameJennifer Campbell
Net Worth£50 million
OccupationEntrepreneur, Television personality
Age60 years
Jennifer Campbell net worth 2022

Jennifer Bernice Campbell Sproson was born on October 5, 1961 (age 60 years) in Hyde, Cheshire, United Kingdom. She attended Manchester High School for Girls. At 16 she left school and entered a job at Natwest. She is the daughter of a family of bankers, builders and printers. Campbell left school at 16, joining NatWest as a cash-counter and cashpoint filler.

She attended night school to study for banking qualifications and on passing her exams, moved to a job in Natwest’s head office in London. Following the RBS takeover of NatWest in 2000, Campbell was given a senior role in the operational integration of the two banks.


Jennifer Campbell was appointed Head of Operations at Hanco ATM Systems in 2006, a subsidiary of RBS which would eventually become YourCash. Hanco had significantly expanded in a short period of time and was making an annual loss of £7 million. Similar to the role she played in the integration of NatWest and RBS, Campbell was therefore tasked with transforming the business on an operational and cultural level, and in turning it into a profitable business.

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Campbell saw the opportunity to buy the company when the 2007 economic recession caused RBS to initiate the process of selling Hanco. The sale was put on hold until 2009, but in mid-2010 Campbell led the first management buyout of Hanco, shortly after renaming the business YourCash.

In 2013, Campbell led a successful secondary buy out and the management team acquired 100% of the business through a refinancing agreement. Campbell became YourCash’s primary stakeholder. Under Campbell’s guidance, YourCash continued to grow its ATM fleets in the UK and the Netherlands as well as expanding into Belgium and Ireland.

In October 2016 the business was acquired by Euronet Worldwide Inc., a global leader in processing secure electronic financial and payment transactions.

Jennifer Campbell is involved in charities and projects that support entrepreneurs and disadvantaged young people. This includes The Prince’s Trust where she is the Vice President of the Enterprise Fellowship programme alongside co-VP Nick Wheeler of Charles Tyrwhitt Menswear and Chair Stelio Haji-Ioannou, the founder of easyjet.

Campbell was admitted as a Freeman of the Guild of Entrepreneurs in 2015, which aims to foster the development of founders and new business owners while also bringing the opportunities of entrepreneurship to young people.

She joined as a dragon on the BBC’s reality business programme Dragons’ Den in 2017. She invested in ParkingPerx, Didsbury Gin, hemp skincare producer Carun UK, truck advertising firm Driven Media and energy switching service Look After My Bills.

Campbell sold her equity in Look After My Bills and Carun in 2019. It was announced that Campbell was leaving the show after only investing in five companies in 2019 to support her sons in their entrepreneurial businesses, and to focus on charity work.

Jennifer Campbell is a Director of her son Tom’s construction business Russon Campbell Developments Limited, a Director of The Kennel Club UK, and a Director of the Woman of the Year Awards.

Campbell is an entrepreneur and woman in business. Her first award came at the age of 23 when, having completed her banking qualifications, she was awarded a Chartered Institute of Bankers prize.

In 2011 and in 2013, Campbell was recognized as the Ernst & Young Regional Finalist Entrepreneur of the Year award and then winning the silver award for Turnaround Entrepreneur in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2013.

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In 2014, Jennifer Campbell was named the winner of the Businesswoman of the Year award from Vitalise, with key credit going to her for her introduction of the free-to-use ATM proposition and European expansion of the YourCash business. The award recognizes the skills and talents of women in the industry with the aim of inspiring others to reach their potential. Previous recipients of the award have included Karren Brady and Hilary Devey.


Jennifer Campbell is married to Andrew, and lives in rural Suffolk with her husband Andrew and several Flat-coated Retrievers. The couple has two grown-up sons. Campbell’s hobbies include championship dog breeding, showing and judging. This began in her teens, establishing the Ronevorg Kennel name with several Cocker Spaniels when she was 16. She took a hiatus while bringing up her children and pursuing her banking career, but returned to showing Flat-coated Retrievers in 2004. Their son Rik Campbell’s net worth is unknown to the general public.

Jennifer Campbell net worth

How much is Jennifer Campbell worth? Jennifer Campbell net worth is estimated at around £50 million. Her main source of income is from her career as a businesswoman. Campbell successful career has earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars trips. She is one of the richest and influential businesswomen in the United Kingdom. Campbell has a good body weight and has an appealing height that suits her personality.