3. Michael Lee-Chin
The black Warren Buffett is a Chinese Jamaican from Port Antonio who moved to Canada to attend McMaster University. After school, he took advantage of the late-80s mutual funds explosion to cultivate a financial services empire with fingers in investment planning, securities and insurance. After working his way onto the Forbes Billionaires list, Lee-Chin cashed out in 2009 and shifted his wealth to extensive holdings across the Caribbean in sectors like banking,
telecommunications and Reggae Beach. Lee-Chin is well-known in Canada for his numerous philanthropic efforts, including his questionable taste in architecture.