G20 G20 billionaires – the list includes 18 billionaires and Bezos...

As the G20 summit in Riyadh convenes to discuss issues of the global economy, wealthy people around the world are awaiting the outcome of the summit.

The Group of Twenty includes the largest segment of the world’s richest people who are looking for the summit to contribute to advancing the global economy.

“Al-Ain News” lists in this report a list of the most prominent wealthy people in the twenty countries, according to Forbes data until October 29, 2020, as follows:

1- Jeff Bezos

He is the richest person on Earth with a net worth of $ 186.3 billion, as the e-commerce giant founded Amazon in 1994, and owns 11.1% of the shares of the company that he heads its executive management, in addition to owning several other institutions.

2- Bernard Arnault and the family


Arnault and his family own a hefty fortune of $ 115.9 billion, as they run an empire under their umbrella of 70 brands that include (Louis Vuitton) and (Sephora).

The French businessman began his journey in the business world with a capital of 15 million dollars, to buy the (Crystal Dior) brand in 1985.

3- Mukesh Ambani


He is an Indian businessman with an estimated net worth of $ 77.6 billion, and he is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of (Reliance Industries) operating in the petrochemical, oil and gas, telecommunications and retail sectors. .

This year, Ambani raised more than $ 20 billion by selling a third of Jio’s shares to a group of investors, including and Google.

4- Jack Ma


Jack Ma, dubbed the “king of e-commerce” in China, has a fortune of $ 65.6 billion.

Jack Ma is the founder of the Alibaba Group for e-commerce, as well as owning a controlling stake of about 50.52% in the financial technology giant (Ant Group).

The Alibaba Group raised $ 25 billion by offering its shares on the New York Stock Exchange in 2014.

5- Carlos Slim Helu and the family


He is a Mexican businessman, “of Lebanese origin”, with an estimated wealth of $ 51.6 billion.

“Helou” and his family control America Movil, the largest mobile operator in Latin America, and include under its umbrella (Telmex) the only telephone company. In Mexico.

El Helou owns investments in Mexican companies in the mining, construction, real estate and consumer goods sectors, as well as 17% of the New York Times.

6- Pete Hester and Karl Albrecht Jr.


They are the children of businessman Karl Albrecht, who inherited the Aldi retail empire, with an estimated wealth of $ 41.1 billion.

The father’s struggle goes back to after World War II, when he and his brother Theo acquired the family’s grocery store in Essen, Germany, and then founded a supermarket chain. Aldi, which relies on a low-price product strategy, before they shared ownership in 1961.

7- David Thompson and the family


Thompson and his family inherited the famous Thomson media and publishing company from their grandfather, as the family owns more than 320 million shares in the Thomson Reuters Corporation, which is chaired by Thompson.

The family owns a stake in the telecom giant in the telecom giant Bell Canada and the Canadian newspaper, Globe and Mai.

8- Payment made


The Japanese businessman, whose fortune is estimated at $ 35.1 billion, has established a retail clothing and fashion empire listed on the Fast Retailing Stock Exchange, with many famous brands under its umbrella. , Including (Theory), (Helmut Lang), and (J Brand).

9- Giovanni Ferrero


Italian businessman Giovanni Ferrero has a net worth of $ 26.8 billion. He is the CEO of the confectionery company that bears his family name (Ferrero) and that owns popular food brands such as Nutella and Kind.

In 2018, Ferrero completed the acquisition of Nestlé’s US confectionery business for $ 2.8 billion.

10- Vladimir Lisin


Russian businessman Vladimir Lisin heads the steel-sector group (NLMK) and controls the Universal Cargo Logistics Holding, which owns the Freight One railway company, and some ports And shipping companies, his fortune is $ 23.3 billion.

11- Joseph Safra


Joseph Safra is the richest banker in the world and a scion of a banking family from Syria. He works in Brazil and has a net worth of $ 22.6 billion.

It owns a bank in Brazil, which is the eighth largest in the country.

12- James Ratcliffe


The British businessman, with an estimated wealth of $ 18.1 billion, is the founder and chairman of the board of directors, and the owner of the largest share of the (Ineos Group) chemicals, and then became the most prominent shale oil company in the United Kingdom.

13- Robert Buddy Hartono


Buddy Hartono, who is $ 17.2 billion, and his brother Michael are the two richest people in Indonesia. They own the controlling stake in the Bank of Central Asia (BCA).

14- Gina Rinehart


The Australian businesswoman, with a net worth of $ 16 billion, is the daughter of famous iron ore explorer Wang Hancock, and the bulk of her fortune is the Roy Hill mining project, which began shipping to Asia in 2015. As well as being the third largest cattle producer in Australia, it owns a host of real estate in the country.

15- Kim Jong Jo


Joe is the richest person in South Korea, with a fortune of about $ 11.9 billion. He is the founder of Nexon Online Games, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Holding Company (NXC), which works in the field of Cryptocurrency and owns 83% of the (Korbit) Stock Exchange in Seoul.

16- Nikki Oppenheimer and the family


The South African businessman and his family owns a fortune of $ 7.6 billion, which includes (Fireblade Aviation), a flight services company, and a nature reserve in South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe.

In 2012, he sold about 40% of DeBeers to the Anglo American mining group in a deal valued at $ 5.1 billion.

17- Marcus Galbrain


He is the richest person in Argentina with a fortune of $ 5.3 billion, and the founder of the most famous e-commerce platform in the country, similar to the American ePape.

18- Murad Ulker


The Turkish businessman manages a fortune of $ 4.8 billion, which includes the (Yildiz Holding) holding company, which is engaged in the production of food and non-alcoholic drinks.

Ulker has made several acquisitions including the Belgian chocolate company (Godiva) and the British company United Biscuits

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