Today, women are breaking the stetreotypes and are rising in all the fields from fashion to technology . Let’s know about the top ten richest women in the world and their net worth.
1. Liliane Bettencourt (Born October 22, 1922)
Liliane and her childrewn own 33% L’Oreal.
Net worth: $37.2 billion USD.
L’Oreal: Largest cosmetics company in the field of cosmetics of the world
2. Alice Walton (Born October 7, 1949)
Alice Louise Walton is an American heiress to the fortune of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Net worth: $34.3 billion.
Wal-Mart: America’s Multinational retail corporation that operates a chain of hypermarkets, grocery stores and discount department stores.
3. Jacqueline Mars (Born October 10, 1939)
Jacqueline Mars is an American heiress, and investor.
Net worth: $27.7 billion.
Mars: A Global manufacturer of pet food, confectionery and other food products.
4. Maria Franca Fissolo (Born 1917/18 )
In 1962, Maria married Michele Ferrero, and they had two sons together, Giovanni Ferrero and Pietro Ferrero Jr. In 1987,Giovanni continues to lead the company and took over as co-CEO.
Net worth: $ 21.1 billion.
Ferrero SpA: A manufacturer of branded chocolate and confectionery products from Italy.
5. Susanne Klatten (Born April 28, 1962)
Susanne and her brother, Stefan Quandt, together own almost 50% of BMW.
Net worth: $20.2 billion.
Bavarian Motor Works (BMW): A luxury vehicle, motorcycle, and engine manufacturing company of Germany.
6. Laurene Powell Jobs (Born November 6, 1963)
Laurene is executive and the founder of Emerson Collective, which advocates for policies concerning education and immigration reform, social justice and environmental conservation. She owns 7.3% stake in The Walt Disney and and 38.5 million shares of Apple, Inc.
Net worth: $19.2 billion.
Disney: A diversified multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate from United States of America
7. Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken (Born June 30, 1954)
One of the richest women in the world, controlling 25% stake in Heineken.
Net worth: $11.4 billion.
Heineken: A brewing company from Dutch from Netherlands.
8. Abigail Johnson (19 December 1961)
Abigail is CEO of mutual fund giant Fidelity.
Net worth: $14.4 billion.
Fidelity Investments: A multinational financial services corporation
9. Blair Parry-Okeden (1950/51)
Blair Parry-Okeden is the granddaughter of James M. Cox, who founded Cox Enterprises.
Net worth: $11 billion.
Cox Enterprises: Communications and automotive services company
10. Gina Rinehart (Born February 9, 1954)
Georgina Hope “Gina” Rinehart is chairman of Hancock Prospecting.
Net worth: $12.5 billion.
Hancock Prospecting: Holds the rights to the largest land leases in Australia.