The youngest billionaire in the world

Zhongxin Jingwei client, April 14 (Xinhua) – on April 14, Forbes wechat announced that in 2020, the world’s youngest 10 billionaires, from cosmetics giant Kelly Jenna to Hong Kong real estate successor Guo Jihao, have a combined wealth of 15.9 billion US dollars.
Of the 2095 billionaires in the world, only 10 are 30 or younger. They are from the United States, Brazil, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland and Norway.
Although novel coronavirus pneumonia has fallen in the global market, three young people under 30 are on the list for the first time this year. Pedro de Godel Bueno, 29, inherited the property of his billionaire father, Edson de Godel Bueno, who died in 2017. Last year, the shares of Brazilian laboratory services company diagn ó sticos Da am é Rica SA tripled, and Pedro’s wealth increased to about $1.1 billion. The second newcomer to the list is Lisa draexmaier, 29, who owns the holding company of Fritz draexlmaier Co & kg, a German auto parts manufacturer, and co chairs the company with her father fritz. Elizabeth Boda, 28, is now worth $1.2 billion, and her father, Hubert Boda, has given her 37.4% of the family media empire.
Only three of the elite are self-made billionaires: Evan Spiegel, co-founder and CEO of snap, John crimson of stripe, a payment start-up, and, of course, Kelly Jenna, a cosmetics giant. Last November, she signed an agreement to sell 51% of Kylie cosmetics to beauty giant Coty for $600 million. Jenna recently donated $1 million to cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles to buy personal protective equipment, such as masks and masks. She gave birth to her daughter stormi at the hospital in 2018.
Born and raised in Limerick, Ireland, and now living in San Francisco, he is the richest billionaire under 30, with a fortune of $3.2 billion. The value of his private stake in stripe has nearly tripled in the past two years, thanks to three rounds of nine figure financing. The most recent was the $250 million G-Series in September, with stripe valued at $35 billion.
Seven other people under the age of 30 have inherited their wealth. The 28 year old became a billionaire for the first time after his father, Hong Kong property tycoon Walter Kwok, died in 2018. Alexandra Andreessen, 23, has been a billionaire since she was 19, thanks to her stake in the company. FERD is a Norwegian investment company her father still runs.
Here are the 10 youngest members of the 2020 billionaire list, starting with the youngest. Based on the share price and exchange rate on March 18, 2020:

  1. Kelly Jenna
    Age: 22
    Wealth: US $1 billion
    Source of wealth: cosmetics
    The celebrity turned cosmetics tycoon is the world’s youngest self-made billionaire. Last November, she signed an agreement to sell 51% of Kylie cosmetics to beauty giant Coty for $600 million.
  2. Alexandra andresson
    Age: 23
    Wealth: $1.1 billion
    Source of wealth: Investment Company
  3. Catherine Andreessen
    Age: 24
    Wealth: $1.1 billion
    Source of wealth: Investment Company
    In 2007, the Norwegian sisters each inherited a 42% stake in the family investment company FERD. Their father, John, still runs FERD and controls 70% of the voting power through a dual ownership structure.
  4. Gustav magnal weizo
    Age: 26
    Wealth: $2.3 billion
    Source of wealth: fish farming
    Weizo owns nearly half of salmar ASA, one of the world’s largest salmon producers, which is still run by his father. The Norwegian heir is not only involved in modeling, but also in technology and real estate investment.
  5. Elizabeth Boda
    Age: 28
    Wealth: $1.2 billion
    Source of wealth: Publishing
    His father, Hubert Boda, no longer a billionaire, gave Elizabeth and her brother, Jacob, 37.4% of each German media company. The books and periodicals of Boda media include Elle magazine and German edition of Playboy magazine. Elizabeth and her brother Jacob are on the board.
  6. Guo Jihao
    Age: 28
    Wealth: $2 billion
    Source of wealth: Real Estate
    In 2018, Guo and his brother, Guo Jijun, inherited shares of the late father, Guo Bingxiang, in Hong Kong’s largest developer, Sun Hung Kai real estate. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus at the beginning of this year, the share price of Sun Hung Kai real estate listed in Hongkong has fallen by nearly 18%.
  7. John crimson
    Age: 29
    Wealth: $3.2 billion
    Source of wealth: stripe
    Stripe, a payment company founded by John and his brother Patrick, raised $250 million from investors in September 2019, with a valuation of $35 billion. John was born and raised near Limerick, Ireland, and now lives in San Francisco, the headquarters of stripe.
  8. Evan Spiegel
    Age: 29
    Wealth: $1.9 billion
    Source of wealth: snap
    The co-founder of snapchat is one of the youngest CEOs of public companies around the world. Snap’s share price has fallen 50% since the start of the year, after rising in 2019. Spiegel was born in the United States. According to French media, she