Top World Billionaires

May 27, 2015

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The Top 200 World Billionaires:
Rank Name Net Worth Change Age Source Country of Citizenship
#1 Bill Gates $79.8 B $440.2 M | 0.6% 59 Microsoft United States
#2 Carlos Slim Helu $71.8 B $284.9 M | 0.4% 75 telecom Mexico
#3 Warren Buffett $71 B $561.8 M | 0.8% 84 Berkshire Hathaway United States
#4 Amancio Ortega $70.7 B $1.3 B | 2.1% 79 Zara Spain
#5 Larry Ellison $54.4 B $831.1 M | 1.5% 70 Oracle United States
#6 Liliane Bettencourt $43.1 B $705.2 M | 1.8% 92 L’Oreal France
#7 Charles Koch $42.1 B $0 79 diversified United States
#7 David Koch $42.1 B $0 75 diversified United States
#9 Bernard Arnault $39 B $547 M | 1.5% 66 LVMH France
#10 Jeff Bezos $39 B $499.5 M | 1.4% 51 Amazon.com United States

#11 Wang Jianlin $38 B $403.9 M | 1.7% 60 real estate China
#12 Christy Walton $37.6 B $122.6 M | 0.3% 60 Wal-Mart United States
#13 Michael Bloomberg $36.9 B $0 73 Bloomberg LP United States
#14 Jim Walton $36.4 B $119.6 M | 0.3% 67 Wal-Mart United States
#15 Mark Zuckerberg $35.4 B $517.9 M | 1.6% 31 Facebook United States
#16 Alice Walton $35.2 B $118.7 M | 0.3% 65 Wal-Mart United States
#17 S. Robson Walton $34.9 B $120.2 M | 0.3% 71 Wal-Mart United States
#18 Larry Page $29.6 B $328.4 M | 1.1% 42 Google United States
#19 Sergey Brin $29.1 B $320.8 M | 1.1% 41 Google United States
#20 Li Ka-shing $28.3 B $5.7 B | -17.2% 86 diversified Hong Kong

#21 Sheldon Adelson $27.2 B $267.7 M | 0.9% 81 casinos United States
#22 Lee Shau Kee $26.9 B $732.5 M | -3% 87 real estate Hong Kong
#23 Georg Schaeffler $26.5 B $104.3 M | 0.4% 50 ball bearings Germany
#24 David Thomson $25.9 B $124.8 M | 0.5% 57 media Canada
#25 Forrest Mars, Jr. $25.5 B $0 83 candy United States
#25 Jacqueline Mars $25.5 B $0 75 candy United States
#25 John Mars $25.5 B $0 78 candy United States
#28 Jorge Paulo Lemann $25.1 B $311.7 M | 1.2% 75 beer Brazil
#29 Jack Ma $24.3 B $338.2 M | -1.5% 50 e-commerce China
#30 Stefan Persson $24.3 B $331 M | 1.4% 67 H&M Sweden

#31 George Soros $24.2 B $0 84 hedge funds United States
#32 Patrick Drahi $24 B $77.1 M | 0.5% 51 Telecom France
#33 Maria Franca Fissolo $23.6 B $0 97 Nutella, chocolates Italy
#34 Phil Knight $23.3 B $144.9 M | -0.7% 77 Nike United States
#35 Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud $22.9 B $70 M | 0.3% 60 investments Saudi Arabia
#36 Steve Ballmer $22.8 B $339.9 M | 1.6% 59 Microsoft United States
#37 Leonardo Del Vecchio $22.6 B $445.7 M | 2.2% 80 eyeglasses Italy
#38 Tadashi Yanai $22.4 B $38.5 M | 0.2% 66 retail Japan
#39 Carl Icahn $22.3 B $74 M | -0.3% 79 investments United States
#40 Len Blavatnik $21 B $19.5 M | -0.1% 57 diversified United States

#41 Beate Heister & Karl Albrecht Jr. $20.7 B $0 – supermarkets Germany
#42 Dieter Schwarz $20.7 B $0 75 retail Germany
#43 Laurene Powell Jobs $20.5 B $215.2 M | 1.1% 51 Apple, Disney United States
#44 Dilip Shanghvi $19.8 B $747.3 M | -3.7% 59 pharmaceuticals India
#45 Mukesh Ambani $19.5 B $162 M | -0.8% 58 petrochemicals, oil & gas India
#46 Li Hejun $19.4 B $0 47 solar power equipment China
#47 Pan Sutong $19.2 B $2 B | 23% 52 real estate Hong Kong
#48 Ma Huateng $19.1 B $419.9 M | -2.6% 43 internet media China
#49 Michael Dell $18.7 B $0 50 Dell United States
#50 Theo Albrecht, Jr. $18.2 B $0 64 Aldi, Trader Joe’s Germany

#51 Charles Ergen $18.2 B $224 M | 1.1% 62 Dish Network United States
#52 Aliko Dangote $17.9 B $1 K 58 cement, sugar, flour Nigeria
#53 Paul Allen $17.5 B $23 M | 0.1% 62 Microsoft, investments United States
#54 Anne Cox Chambers $17.4 B $0 95 media United States
#55 Thomas & Raymond Kwok $16.9 B $408.3 M | -2.6% – real estate Hong Kong
#56 Joseph Safra $16.9 B $12.7 M | 0.1% 76 banking Brazil
#57 Michael Otto $16.6 B $4.7 M 72 retail, real estate Germany
#58 Serge Dassault $16.5 B $397.3 M | 2.6% 90 aviation France
#59 Azim Premji $16.3 B $103.9 M | -0.5% 69 software India
#60 Pallonji Mistry $15.9 B $29.5 M | 0.2% 85 construction Ireland

#61 Mikhail Fridman $15.8 B $42.1 M | 0.3% 51 oil, banking, telecom Russia
#62 Susanne Klatten $15.7 B $101.4 M | -0.6% 53 BMW, pharmaceuticals Germany
#63 Ray Dalio $15.4 B $0 65 hedge funds United States
#64 Wang Wenyin $15.3 B $0 47 mining, copper products China
#65 Donald Bren $15.2 B $0 83 real estate United States
#66 Vladimir Potanin $14.9 B $236.8 M | 1.5% 54 metals Russia
#67 Cheng Yu-tung $14.7 B $195.9 M | -1.4% 89 diversified Hong Kong
#68 Ronald Perelman $14.7 B $16 M | 0.1% 72 leveraged buyouts United States
#69 Alisher Usmanov $14.6 B $53 M | -0.4% 61 steel & mining, telecom, investments Russia
#70 Dhanin Chearavanont $14.6 B $419.8 M | -3.1% 76 food Thailand

#71 Robin Li $14.6 B $91 M | 0.6% 46 internet search China
#72 Leonid Mikhelson $14.4 B $285.3 M | 2.4% 59 gas, chemicals Russia
#73 Stefan Quandt $14.4 B $136.3 M | -0.9% 49 BMW Germany
#74 Alexey Mordashov $14.4 B $302.6 M | 2.3% 49 steel, investments Russia
#75 David & Simon Reuben $14.3 B $0 72 investments, real estate United Kingdom
#76 German Larrea Mota Velasco $14.2 B $76 M | 0.5% 61 mining Mexico
#77 Viktor Vekselberg $14.2 B $76.9 M | -0.5% 58 metals, energy Russia
#78 Shiv Nadar $14.1 B $176.8 M | -1.2% 69 information technology India
#79 Masayoshi Son $14.1 B $72.1 M | -0.5% 57 internet, telecom Japan
#80 James Simons $14 B $0 77 hedge funds United States

#81 Hinduja Brothers $14 B $21 M | 0.1% – diversified United Kingdom
#82 Rupert Murdoch $13.9 B $72.7 M | 0.5% 84 media United States
#83 Lakshmi Mittal $13.8 B $20.1 M | -0.1% 64 steel India
#84 Iris Fontbona $13.6 B $5.7 M 72 mining Chile
#85 Lei Jun $13.6 B $23.7 M | -0.2% 45 smartphones China
#86 Henry Sy $13.6 B $342.7 M | -2.4% 90 diversified Philippines
#87 Francois Pinault $13.4 B $42 M | -0.3% 78 retail France
#88 Stephen Schwarzman $13.4 B $62.6 M | 0.5% 68 investments United States
#89 Abigail Johnson $13.3 B $0 53 money management United States
#90 Elon Musk $13.3 B $1.6 M 43 Tesla Motors United States

#91 Stefano Pessina $13.1 B $97.3 M | 0.8% 73 drugstores Italy
#92 Marcel Herrmann Telles $13 B $138.3 M | 1.1% 65 beer Brazil
#93 Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor $13 B $0 63 real estate United Kingdom
#94 Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi $12.9 B $134.6 M | -1% 71 beverages Thailand
#95 Luis Carlos Sarmiento $12.9 B $1 K 82 banking Colombia
#96 Johanna Quandt $12.8 B $126 M | -0.9% 88 BMW Germany
#97 Jack Taylor $12.8 B $0 92 Enterprise Rent-A-Car United States
#98 Philip Anschutz $12.7 B $19.9 M | 0.2% 75 investments United States
#99 Gennady Timchenko $12.6 B $270.6 M | 2.5% 62 oil & gas Russia
#100 Hans Rausing $12.5 B $0 89 packaging Sweden

#101 Vagit Alekperov $12.4 B $269.6 M | 2.2% 64 oil Russia
#102 Vladimir Lisin $12.4 B $313.2 M | 2.7% 59 steel, transport Russia
#103 Robert Kuok $12.3 B $67.5 M | 0.6% 91 diversified Malaysia
#104 Zong Qinghou $12.2 B $0 69 beverages China
#105 Andrew Beal $12.2 B $0 62 banks, real estate United States
#106 Gina Rinehart $12.2 B $0 61 mining Australia
#107 Patrick Soon-Shiong $12.2 B $15.7 M | 0.1% 63 pharmaceuticals United States
#108 Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken $12.1 B $76.7 M | 0.7% 60 Heineken Netherlands
#109 Richard Kinder $12 B $24.5 M | -0.2% 70 pipelines United States
#110 Lui Che Woo $11.9 B $461.2 M | -3.4% 85 casinos Hong Kong

#111 Dietrich Mateschitz $11.9 B $0 71 Red Bull Austria
#112 Harold Hamm $11.7 B $50 M | -0.4% 69 oil & gas United States
#113 He Xiangjian $11.6 B $931.2 M | -9.4% 72 home appliances China
#114 Klaus-Michael Kuehne $11.6 B $60.6 M | 0.5% 77 shipping Germany
#115 Lee Kun-Hee $11.5 B $380.2 M | -3.4% 73 electronics/insurance South Korea
#116 Steve Cohen $11.4 B $0 59 hedge funds United States
#117 Carlos Alberto Sicupira $11.3 B $108.9 M | 1% 67 beer Brazil
#118 Charles Butt $11.3 B $0 77 supermarkets United States
#119 John Paulson $11.2 B $0 59 hedge funds United States
#120 Thomas Peterffy $11.2 B $0 70 discount brokerage United States

#121 Hui Ka Yan $11 B $78.6 M | 1.3% 56 real estate China
#122 Mohammed Al Amoudi $11 B $0.7 M 68 oil, diversified Saudi Arabia
#123 Joseph Lau $10.9 B $18.1 M | -0.2% 63 real estate Hong Kong
#124 John Fredriksen $10.4 B $33.6 M | -0.3% 70 shipping Cyprus
#125 Massimiliana Landini Aleotti $10.4 B $0 72 pharmaceuticals Italy
#126 David Tepper $10.4 B $0 57 hedge funds United States
#127 German Khan $10.3 B $27.1 M | 0.3% 53 banking, telecom, retail Russia
#128 Pierre Castel $10.2 B $0 88 wine France
#129 Robert & Philip Ng $9.9 B $20.4 M | -0.2% – real estate Singapore
#130 Galen Weston $9.8 B $53.2 M | 0.6% 74 retail Canada

#131 Hank & Doug Meijer $9.8 B $0 – supermarkets United States
#132 Liu Yongxing $9.8 B $0 66 agribusiness China
#133 Suh Kyung-Bae $9.7 B $163.1 M | -2.3% 52 cosmetics South Korea
#134 Liu Qiangdong $9.7 B $11.1 M | 0.2% 40 e-commerce China
#135 Leonard Lauder $9.7 B $27.2 M | 0.3% 82 Estee Lauder United States
#136 Alberto Bailleres Gonzalez $9.7 B $3 K 83 mining Mexico
#137 Alain Wertheimer $9.6 B $0 66 Chanel France
#137 Gerard Wertheimer $9.6 B $0 64 Chanel France
#139 Hasso Plattner $9.6 B $138.9 M | 1.5% 71 software Germany
#140 Mikhail Prokhorov $9.6 B $69.1 M | -0.7% 50 investments Russia

#141 Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen $9.6 B $6 M | 0.1% 67 Lego Denmark
#142 Andrey Melnichenko $9.6 B $16.7 M | 0.2% 43 coal, fertilizers Russia
#143 Ananda Krishnan $9.5 B $54.4 M | -0.6% 77 telecom Malaysia
#144 Hiroshi Mikitani $9.5 B $195.8 M | -2.3% 50 online retailing Japan
#145 Chan Laiwa $9.5 B $0 74 real estate China
#146 Wang Jing $9.4 B $117.3 M | -1.7% 42 telecom services China
#147 Guo Guangchang $9.3 B $146.4 M | -2.6% 48 diversified China
#148 George Kaiser $9.3 B $1.7 M 72 oil & gas, banking United States
#149 Samuel Newhouse, Jr. $9.2 B $28.4 M | 0.3% 87 media United States
#150 Peter Woo $9.1 B $153.7 M | -1.8% 69 real estate Hong Kong

#151 Eric Schmidt $9.1 B $61.9 M | 0.7% 60 Google United States
#152 Eyal Ofer $9.1 B $9 M | 0.1% 64 real estate, shipping Israel
#153 Sergei Galitsky $9 B $54.7 M | -0.7% 47 retail Russia
#154 Margarita Louis-Dreyfus $9 B $0 52 commodities Switzerland
#155 Jay Y. Lee $9 B $261.7 M | 3.6% 46 electronics/tourism South Korea
#156 Klaus Tschira $9 B $112.8 M | 1.3% 74 software Germany
#157 Roman Abramovich $8.9 B $18.5 M | 0.2% 48 steel, investments Russia
#158 Xavier Niel $8.9 B $14 M | 0.2% 47 internet, telecom France
#159 John Menard, Jr. $8.8 B $11 K 75 retail United States
#160 Tsai Eng-Meng $8.8 B $65.5 M | 0.7% 58 food, beverages Taiwan

#161 R. Budi Hartono $8.8 B $89.3 M | -1% 74 banking, tobacco Indonesia
#162 Blair Parry-Okeden $8.7 B $0 64 media United States
#162 Jim Kennedy $8.7 B $0 67 media United States
#164 Ernesto Bertarelli $8.7 B $1.6 M 49 biotech, investments Switzerland
#165 Takemitsu Takizaki $8.6 B $340 M | 4.5% 69 sensors Japan
#166 John Malone $8.6 B $35.6 M | 0.4% 74 cable television United States
#167 Donald Newhouse $8.5 B $28.4 M | 0.3% 85 media United States
#168 Dmitry Rybolovlev $8.5 B $98 K 48 fertilizer Russia
#169 Kumar Birla $8.5 B $31.3 M | -0.3% 47 commodities India
#170 Thomas Frist, Jr. $8.5 B $16.7 M | -0.2% 76 health care United States

#171 Michael Hartono $8.4 B $86 M | -1% 75 tobacco, banking Indonesia
#172 Carrie Perrodo $8.4 B $0 64 Inherited France
#173 Wei Jianjun $8.4 B $638.7 M | -7.2% 51 automobiles China
#174 William Ding $8.4 B $30.3 M | -0.5% 43 online games China
#175 Dustin Moskovitz $8.4 B $115.9 M | 1.5% 31 Facebook United States
#176 Petr Kellner $8.3 B $3.5 M 51 banking, insurance Czech Republic
#177 Pierre Omidyar $8.3 B $63.1 M | 0.8% 47 Ebay United States
#178 Gianluigi & Rafaela Aponte $8.2 B $0 – shipping Switzerland
#179 Goh Cheng Liang $8 B $56.6 M | 0.8% – paints Singapore
#180 Graeme Hart $8 B $0 59 investments New Zealand

#181 Lu Guanqiu $7.9 B $321.8 M | -6.3% 70 diversified China
#182 Alexei Kuzmichev $7.9 B $21.3 M | 0.3% 52 banking, telecom, retail Russia
#183 James Goodnight $7.9 B $0 72 software United States
#184 Silvio Berlusconi $7.8 B $42.9 M | 0.6% 78 media Italy
#185 Giorgio Armani $7.6 B $29.7 M | 0.4% 80 Armani Italy
#186 Rinat Akhmetov $7.6 B $0 48 steel, coal Ukraine
#187 August von Finck $7.6 B $15.9 M | 0.2% 85 investments Germany
#188 Eva Gonda de Rivera $7.5 B $2.2 M – beverages Mexico
#189 Roberto Irineu Marinho $7.5 B $0 67 media Brazil
#190 Joao Roberto Marinho $7.5 B $0 61 media Brazil

#190 Jose Roberto Marinho $7.5 B $0 59 media Brazil
#192 Micky Arison $7.5 B $58 M | 0.8% 65 Carnival Cruises United States
#193 Walter Kwok $7.5 B $206.2 M | -2.9% 64 real estate Hong Kong
#194 Heinz Hermann Thiele $7.5 B $3.7 M | -0.1% 74 brakes Germany
#195 Dietmar Hopp $7.4 B $84.6 M | 1.2% 75 software Germany
#196 Leslie Wexner $7.3 B $69 M | 0.9% 77 retail United States
#197 Jean-Claude Decaux $7.3 B $217.9 M | 3.3% 77 advertising France
#198 Edward Johnson, III. $7.3 B $0 84 money management United States
#199 Johann Rupert $7.3 B $14.5 M | 0.2% 64 luxury goods South Africa
#200 Jim Pattison $7.3 B $18.7 M | -0.2% 86 diversified Canada

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