He was born into a Turkish-Cypriot family and later moved to England where he attended school in Peckham.
The 67-year-old stepped into retail at the age of just 18, buying pieces for his grandmother to sell to her fiends.
He established his own brand in 1976, Kingsland Models, which supplied womenswear to high-street shops like Dorothy Perkins and Topshop.
In 2001, the company acquired Hawkes & Curtis for just £1 after the company was in £500,000 in debt and was about to go into administration.
It rose from £600,000 in 2001 to £30 million in 2014, while Touker retained the Chairman of the company.
He later purchased UK fashion label Ghost as well as investing in multiple other brands like Tru-Tension, an innovative motorcycle and cycling brand.
In 2015, Touker was listed 637th in The Sunday Times Rich List.
The Dragons’ Den investor has a fortune of £40million, according to Spear’s magazine.
She is one of the longest serving investors, first appearing on the show in 2006.
In 1988, she joined her family’s business running amusement arcade operations.
Deborah used this experience to join holiday part operator Weststar Holidays four years later.
She sold the majority of her shares in 2006 for a whopping £33million.
The businesswoman lives in a period home with her husband in Somerset and has invested in various other different properties.