According to news on April 8th, according to Forbes’s latest ranking of the world’s youngest billionaires in 2021,
There are 10 billionaires under the age of 30 with a total net worth of US$29.5 billion, an increase of US$13 billion from 2020. .
Among them, the 18-year-old German guy Kevin David Lehmann ranked first with 3.3 billion US dollars. Netizens have said that someone else’s is 18 years old.
It is understood that Lehmann inherited a 50% stake in the German chain drugstore dm-drogerie markt from his father.
The chain store was established in 1973 and its business scope covers 13 countries and regions in Europe.
Lehmann’s father transferred this wealth to him when he was 14 years old, and he officially inherited the wealth until he was 18 years old.
Second Youngest Billionaire,
The second place is Wang Zelong from China, 24 years old this year, worth 1.5 billion US dollars.
In 2019, Wang Zelong entered the listed company CNNC Titanium Dioxide with 1.6 billion yuan and became the largest shareholder with a shareholding ratio of 27.05%. As of April 8,
the market value of China Nuclear Titanium Dioxide was RMB 19.2 billion.
Norwegian sisters Alexandra Andresen and Katharina Andresen ranked third and fourth with 1.4 billion US dollars.
A few days ago, “Forbes” officially 2021 global billionaires list, 2,755 billionaires on the list, breaking historical records. Including 493 newcomers.
The list shows that the total wealth of 2,755 billionaires is as high as 13.1 trillion US dollars, an increase of 8 trillion US dollars year-on-year.
The top five billionaires are: Jeff Bezos, who is about to become the former CEO of Amazon, has topped this year’s rich list for the fourth consecutive year.
The top five this year is Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. This is the first time Warren Buffett has failed to make the top five rich list in more than 20 years.