Billionaire women in the world: there are 328 in 2021 according to Forbes

In the list drawn up by the US magazine for the first time there is Kim Kardashian – Ansa /Courier TV

According to the prestigious US magazine Forbes, there are 328 billionaire women in 2021. The former owns 73.6 billion. It is the French Françoise Bettencourt Meyers, heiress of the cosmetics giant L’Oréal. Sam Walton’s daughter Alice loses the record with 61.8 billion dollars. In third place is MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of the Amazon founder who can count on a fortune estimated at 53 billion. In fourth place the widow of David Koch, who owns 42% of “Koch Industries” with his children, in 2020 the largest American company by turnover. The main activity is energy production and oil refining. Its assets are 46.4 billion. In fifth place with 38.2 billion Miriam Adelson. She controls 56% of the “Las Vegas Sands” group that belonged to her husband, a Las Vegas casino tycoon. In sixth place is the American Jacqueline Mars who owns a third of the US confectionery industry giant and has a fortune of over 31 billion. Seventh is the Chinese Yang Huiyan with 29.6 billion thanks to the real estate group Country Garden Holdings, created by his father. Eighth was the German Susanne Klatten, who holds 27.7 billion thanks to the stake in BMW inherited from her parents. Australian Gina Rinehart is ninth with 23.6 billion, the result of the inheritance of her father who made a fortune with iron and coal. Tenth is Iris Fontbona who together with her family owns 23.3 billion. It has a majority stake in Quiñenco, active in the banking and beer sector. The new entry is Kim Kardashian. Forbes estimates that the American influencer entrepreneur has reached a billion dollars. This is thanks to the two activities KKW Beauty and Skims, in addition to the money from reality shows, sponsorships and minor investments.


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