The Done family has been involved in local Philanthropic efforts through organisations such as the Fred And Maureen Done Charitable Trust. Fred Done sits as a director along with his wife, Maureen, and their daughter Leanne Done-Jackson. Among the family’s business accolades is Peter Done’s Ernst & Young Master Entrepreneur of the Year in 2008. In 2018, the Done family’s net worth was estimated at £1.0 billion.
Who are Fred and Peter Done? The billionaire brothers have come a long way from their humble upbringing in Manchester. They grew up in what Peter Done has described as the “slums of Salford ...
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Fred Done (born March 1943) is a British billionaire businessman, the owner of the bookmaking chain Betfred, which has more than 1,600 betting shops in the United Kingdom. Fred Done stepped down as CEO in 2021, remaining as Chairman. In February 2015, it was announced Fred Done was in talks to sell a 25% stake in the Tote.
The latest details for the Fred and Maureen Done Charitable Trust for the year ending 31st March 2018 show three trustees on its board – Fred Done, Lea Anne Done-Jackson and Peter Done – with income of £500, spending £5,300.
In its early days Betfred was a family business; Done, his brother, their father, their mother and both of their wives helped run the store throughout the week. Done’s role at the time was as a sales and marketing director.
Done family’s business services group in major acquisition 17 Dec 2015 North West Deals Richard Frost Peninsula Business Services Group, which is controlled by Betfred co-founders Peter and Fred Done, has bought a £23m-turnover HR consultancy and tax-fee protection business with 270 staff.
Fred Done and late wife, Mo. He is donating at least £100,000 to the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital scanner appeal in her memory (Image: Loft One12)