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Thursday, September 21, 2017

Why Do You Need Flood Insurance?

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The destruction left by hurricanes Irma and Harvey has left a reminder to homeowners to get a flood insurance, specially this year which has been particularly bad for disastrous weather.

Here are the basics for flood insurance policy:

Who needs flood insurance?

People who live in high-risk areas with federally backed mortgages are required to buy flood insurance. For renters in high-risk areas, or if you know your apartment has flooded in the past, you should consider buying insurance. However, apartments below street level are almost never covered by flood insurance for renters.

For homeowners and renters who live outside the high-risk areas, it can be a low-cost expense.

Where to purchase flood insurance policy?

You can purchase a policy from National Flood Insurance Program, if you live in a participating community, or from a private insurance company.

How much does flood insurance cost?

Premiums depend on the area where you live. The average annual price of flood insurance under the National Flood Insurance Program was about $878 in April of this year.


Does my homeowner or renter’s insurance protect me from floods?

Ussually homeowner or renter’s insurance doesn't cover flood damage it is one of the most commonly excluded hazards in homeowners insurance policies. You should check your individual policy. Homeowners and renters need to buy separate flood insurance. As a renter, you may be able to buy flood insurance from the National Flood Insurance Program if you live in an area that participates in the program.

Does flood insurance cover water damage from plumbing leaks?

It doesn't cover it. Homeowner’s or renter’s insurance usually cover something like a ruptured pipe or sudden damage.


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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Harvey victim Goes Off On CNN Reporter, For Taking Advantage of them


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CNN wants to capitalized on the Houston hurricane coverage so they decided to set up shop in an evacuation center, interviewing those who have been picked up by rescuers from the rising waters. Unfortunately for them, a distraught Houston mother is not having it. She blast the reporter for putting a microphone in her face just moments after she arrived at a shelter with her two young children.

“Y’all trying to interview people during their worst times. Like, that’s not the smartest thing to do,” the shaken up parent, identified only as Danielle, told reporter Rosa Flores.

“People are really breaking down and y’all sitting here with cameras and microphones trying to ask us what the f–k is wrong with us,” she seethed. “And you really trying to understand with the microphone still in my face! With me shivering cold, with my kids wet! And you’re still putting a microphone in my face!”

The interview happened a little before 1 p.m. central time at a shelter in Houston. Flores appeared to approach the woman at random just after she arrived there with her kids.

“We was waiting for the police for like 36 hours and they never came,” the mother said. “We did the white flags and everything — and nobody came.”

The woman went on to explain how she fled her home, walked to a nearby gas station, and remained there until someone picked her and her children up.

“We had been there for five days with no food, no lights,” she said. “We got through four feet of water to get them food on the first day…Yea, that’s a lot of s–t.”

During her outburst, Flores can be heard apologizing to the woman and her children.

“It sounds like you’ve got a very upset family there,” CNN anchor Jim Acosta tells Flores, before cutting away.




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Insurance Claims After a Hurricane

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Hurricane Harvey started with sustained 130 mph winds and a seven-foot storm surge and it also has dumped trillions of gallons of water onto the city of Houston that is enough to fill the Great Salt Lake twice over. It also soak much of Louisiana into midweek that caused massive flooding. Homeowners maybe wondering how to file a claim and if they have enough coverage to repair and rehabilitate their destroyed, flooded homes.    

What you should do?


1. Homeowners shoudl call their insurers as soon as possible to start the process of filing a claim. After contacting your insurer, an adjuster will contact the homeowner to schedule a visit to the location of the insured property and inspect the damage. Adjusters will start by visiting areas that experienced the most severe damage once they are allowed by emergency officials.

2. Make sure you have prepared a thorough list of your property that has been destroyed and damaged. You will need to give purchase receipts or estimate how much the belongings cost and when you bought them.

Take photographs and record video of every area of your home and property for documentation.

3. Don't throw anything away without checking with your insurer first. You'll likely need to show that damaged items were impacted by the storm.

4. If your home is severely damaged and uninhabitable that you need to check in a hotel, keep the reciepts including your transportation and meals. People with wind damage coverage are eligible for reimbursement for additional living expenses. Flood insurance, however, does not cover these expenses.

5. Once you report your claim be sure you get your claim number and write it down this will help insurers locate your file quickly and keep things on track when you speak to customer representatives.

6. Avoid fraudulent contracts! Major catastrophes like Harvey can be a boon for fraudulent contractors. The fraudsters go from home to home offering to do repairs. Always get a written estimate and not rush into signing repair contracts. You can also ask your insurer, since most insurers will have a reliable network of repairers.

Never pay anyone upfront!!! It is an immediate red flag if they ask for payment before the work is completed


What if insurance companies refuse to pay claims?


“60 Minutes” had an episode titled “The Storm After The Storm” after Super Storm Sandy. They tackled the issue of “wide scale fraud where original damage reports were later changed to make it look like the damage wasn’t as bad.” Similar reports were released following Hurricane Katrina documenting wind vs. water cases. Wind vs. water cases consist of engineering reports that intentionally misidentify damage as caused by water rather than the true cause, wind.

Finding that home damage was caused by floodwaters rather than wind is significant for the private insurance industry. The significance is that the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is managed and underwritten by the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency. This means private insurers are not on the hook for the losses caused by flooding.

If you don’t get the service that you expected from your insurance company you should file a Consumer Complaint with your state insurance department.

Important things to note:


Flood insurance - Home insurance doesn’t cover flooding. You’ll need to buy a separate flood insurance policy, which takes 30 days to take effect. If a hurricane strikes within that 30-day window, your policy won’t pay for flood damage to your home or belongings.

Windstorm insurance - Many homeowners policies include coverage for wind, especially if you don’t live in a hurricane-prone coastal state, so you might not need to buy additional insurance. However, coastal states like Texas and Florida you’re more likely to need separate wind insurance.

Auto insurance - Comprehensive car insurance pays to fix damage to your car from flooding, hail and other nasty weather.

For more information about Flood Insurance visit FEMA




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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

IRS: 4 million Americans paid Obamacare penalties averaging $708 for 2016



Obamacare has rear its ugly head again this time it's about money, four million Americans paid Affordable Care Act penalties averaging $708 for not having insurance in 2016, based on the preliminary figures released by the Internal Revenue Service.

The average is just over the base penalty of $695 imposed for a whole year without coverage; those with higher incomes paid more. Overall, that's about $2.8 billion. The agency noted that those numbers are subject to change as processing continues.

The penalty started in 2014 with a base penalty of $95. The IRS reported that 7.9 million people paid an average of $210 that year, for a total of $1.6 billion.

In 2015 the base penalty rose to $325, and the IRS reported that 6.5 million people paid an average of $470, for a total of $3 billion. The penalty is called the individual shared responsibility payment (Obama tax), you owe the fee for any month you, your spouse, or your tax dependents don’t have qualifying health coverage. You pay the fee when you file your federal tax return for the year you don’t have coverage. There are few health coverage exemption from the requirement to have insurance.

Liberals and freeloaders wants to increase these penalties they say the penalties are not steep enough to push enough people into the marketplace.    

Good thing President Donald Trump ordered the Internal Revenue Service to stop their plan to reject tax returns that didn't indicate whether or not people had health insurance. So, if you have no health insurance just don't tell the IRS and don't pay the penalty!

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Wells Fargo Guaranteed Auto Protection Insurance Program



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Wells Fargo's Guaranteed Auto Protection Insurance Program (GAP) is intended to protect a lender against the fact that a car, which is the collateral for its loan, loses significant value the moment it is driven off the lot. Basically it protects the bank or financial institution that lends the buyer money for the purchased car. GAP insurance makes up that difference for a lender if, for instance, a car is stolen before the loan is paid off. Regular car insurance typically covers only the current market value.

Wells Fargo is being investigated for this, The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are examining this issue.

Wells Fargo is in hot seat again over the last few weeks after it was exposed that they may have forced unwanted insurance on customers who took out car loans. On Tuesday, California’s insurance regulator said he would investigate the bank and the insurer, National General Holding Corp., over the "improper placement" of such coverage.

More bad news about Wells Fargo, the company said that they found more fake accounts that has been created by employees.

The bank said in a regulatory filing that its review of potentially unauthorized accounts could reveal a “significant increase” in the number of accounts involved, up from the 2.1 million that it previously estimated. Wells Fargo said it had expanded its investigation to add three years to its review period, which covered accounts opened from 2011 to mid-2015.


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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Forbe's 2017 World's Billionaires List



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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has overtaken Bill Gates as the richest person in the world with a fortune topping $90 billion for the first time ever just briefly, for half a day. When markets opened on Thursday shares of the e-commerce giant AMZN, -2.77%  that Bezos founded surged as much as 2.9% to an all-time intraday high of $1,083.31, propelling Bezos’s worth past Microsoft’s Bill Gates become the world’s richest person, according to both the Bloomberg Billionaires Index and Forbes’s real-time ranking of the world’s billionaires.

That rally gave Bezos a net worth approaching $91 billion, versus a little over $90 billion for Gates, according to Forbes.

Unfortunately for Jeff in the after noon ET, the Amazon’s stock started going down. The stock was down 0.7% in afternoon trade. After the close, Amazon is scheduled to report second-quarter results.

That brought Bezos worth back down to about $88.5 billion, below Gates worth of about $89.7 billion, according to Forbes.

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Here's the Forbe's 2017 World's Billionaires List


        #1 Bill Gates $86 B 61 Microsoft United States
#2 Warren Buffett $75.6 B 86 Berkshire Hathaway United States
#3 Jeff Bezos $72.8 B 53 Amazon.com United States
#4 Amancio Ortega $71.3 B 81 Zara Spain
#5 Mark Zuckerberg $56 B 33 Facebook United States
#6 Carlos Slim Helu $54.5 B 77 telecom Mexico
#7 Larry Ellison $52.2 B 72 software United States
#8 Charles Koch $48.3 B 81 diversified United States
#8 David Koch $48.3 B 77 diversified United States
#10 Michael Bloomberg $47.5 B 75 Bloomberg LP United States

#11 Bernard Arnault $41.5 B 68 LVMH France
#12 Larry Page $40.7 B 44 Google United States
#13 Sergey Brin $39.8 B 43 Google United States
#14 Liliane Bettencourt $39.5 B 94 L'Oreal France
#15 S. Robson Walton $34.1 B 72 Wal-Mart United States
#16 Jim Walton $34 B 69 Wal-Mart United States
#17 Alice Walton $33.8 B 67 Wal-Mart United States
#18 Wang Jianlin $31.3 B 62 real estate China
#19 Li Ka-shing $31.2 B 89 diversified Hong Kong
#20 Sheldon Adelson $30.4 B 83 casinos United States

#21 Steve Ballmer $30 B 61 Microsoft United States
#22 Jorge Paulo Lemann $29.2 B 77 beer Brazil
#23 Jack Ma $28.3 B 52 e-commerce China
#24 Beate Heister & Karl Albrecht Jr. $27.2 B - supermarkets Germany
#24 David Thomson $27.2 B 60 media Canada
#26 Jacqueline Mars $27 B 77 candy United States
#26 John Mars $27 B 81 candy United States
#28 Phil Knight $26.2 B 79 Nike United States
#29 Maria Franca Fissolo $25.2 B 82 Nutella, chocolates Italy
#29 George Soros $25.2 B 86 hedge funds United States

#31 Ma Huateng $24.9 B 45 internet media China
#32 Lee Shau Kee $24.4 B 89 real estate Hong Kong
#33 Mukesh Ambani $23.2 B 60 petrochemicals, oil & gas India
#34 Masayoshi Son $21.2 B 59 internet, telecom Japan
#35 Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen $21.1 B 69 Lego Denmark
#36 Georg Schaeffler $20.7 B 52 automotive Germany
#37 Joseph Safra $20.5 B 78 banking Brazil
#38 Michael Dell $20.4 B 52 Dell computers United States
#38 Susanne Klatten $20.4 B 55 BMW, pharmaceuticals Germany
#40 Len Blavatnik $20 B 60 diversified United States

#40 Laurene Powell Jobs $20 B 53 Apple, Disney United States
#42 Paul Allen $19.9 B 64 Microsoft, investments United States
#43 Stefan Persson $19.6 B 69 H&M Sweden
#44 Theo Albrecht, Jr. $18.8 B 66 Aldi, Trader Joe's Germany
#45 Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud $18.7 B 62 investments Saudi Arabia
#46 Leonid Mikhelson $18.4 B 61 gas, chemicals Russia
#47 Charles Ergen $18.3 B 64 satellite TV United States
#47 Stefan Quandt $18.3 B 51 BMW Germany
#49 James Simons $18 B 79 hedge funds United States
#50 Leonardo Del Vecchio $17.9 B 82 eyeglasses Italy

#51 Alexey Mordashov $17.5 B 51 steel, investments Russia
#52 William Ding $17.3 B 45 online games China
#53 Dieter Schwarz $17 B 77 retail Germany
#54 Ray Dalio $16.8 B 67 hedge funds United States
#55 Carl Icahn $16.6 B 81 investments United States
#56 Lakshmi Mittal $16.4 B 67 steel India
#57 Serge Dassault $16.1 B 92 diversified France
#57 Vladimir Lisin $16.1 B 61 steel, transport Russia
#59 Gennady Timchenko $16 B 64 oil, gas Russia
#60 Wang Wei $15.9 B 46 package delivery China

#60 Tadashi Yanai $15.9 B 68 fashion retail Japan
#62 Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi $15.8 B 73 drinks, real estate Thailand
#63 Francois Pinault $15.7 B 80 luxury goods France
#64 Hinduja family $15.4 B - diversified United Kingdom
#65 David & Simon Reuben $15.3 B 74 investments, real estate United Kingdom
#66 Donald Bren $15.2 B 85 real estate United States
#66 Alisher Usmanov $15.2 B 63 steel, telecom, investments Russia
#68 Lee Kun-Hee $15.1 B 75 Samsung South Korea
#69 Thomas & Raymond Kwok $15 B - real estate Hong Kong
#69 Joseph Lau $15 B 66 real estate Hong Kong

#69 Gina Rinehart $15 B 63 mining Australia
#72 Azim Premji $14.9 B 72 software services India
#73 Marcel Herrmann Telles $14.8 B 67 beer Brazil
#74 Vagit Alekperov $14.5 B 66 oil Russia
#75 Mikhail Fridman $14.4 B 53 oil, banking, telecom Russia
#75 Abigail Johnson $14.4 B 55 money management United States
#77 Pallonji Mistry $14.3 B 88 construction Ireland
#77 Vladimir Potanin $14.3 B 56 metals Russia
#79 Wang Wenyin $14 B 49 mining, copper products China
#80 Elon Musk $13.9 B 46 Tesla Motors United States

#80 Stefano Pessina $13.9 B 76 drugstores Italy
#82 German Larrea Mota Velasco $13.8 B 63 mining Mexico
#82 Thomas Peterffy $13.8 B 72 discount brokerage United States
#84 Iris Fontbona $13.7 B 74 mining Chile
#84 Dilip Shanghvi $13.7 B 61 pharmaceuticals India
#86 Dietrich Mateschitz $13.4 B 73 Red Bull Austria
#87 Harold Hamm $13.3 B 71 oil & gas United States
#87 Robin Li $13.3 B 48 internet search China
#89 Andrey Melnichenko $13.2 B 45 coal, fertilizers Russia
#90 Rupert Murdoch $13.1 B 86 newspapers, TV network United States

#90 Heinz Hermann Thiele $13.1 B 76 brakes Germany
#92 Steve Cohen $13 B 61 hedge funds United States
#92 Patrick Drahi $13 B 53 telecom France
#94 Henry Sy $12.7 B 92 SM Investments Corporation Philippines
#95 Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken $12.6 B 63 Heineken Netherlands
#96 Philip Anschutz $12.5 B 77 investments United States
#96 Ronald Perelman $12.5 B 74 leveraged buyouts United States
#96 Hans Rausing $12.5 B 91 packaging Sweden
#96 Carlos Alberto Sicupira $12.5 B 69 beer Brazil
#100 Klaus-Michael Kuehne $12.4 B 80 shipping Germany

#100 Viktor Vekselberg $12.4 B 60 metals, energy Russia
#102 He Xiangjian $12.3 B 74 home appliances China
#102 Shiv Nadar $12.3 B 72 software services India
#102 Takemitsu Takizaki $12.3 B 72 sensors Japan
#105 Aliko Dangote $12.2 B 60 cement, sugar, flour Nigeria
#105 Petr Kellner $12.2 B 53 banking, insurance Czech Republic
#105 Jim Kennedy $12.2 B 69 media United States
#105 Blair Parry-Okeden $12.2 B 67 media United States
#109 Lui Che Woo $12.1 B 88 casinos Hong Kong
#109 Donald Newhouse $12.1 B 87 media United States

#109 Samuel Newhouse, Jr. $12.1 B 89 media United States
#112 Stephen Schwarzman $11.8 B 70 investments United States
#112 Alain Wertheimer $11.8 B 68 Chanel France
#112 Gerard Wertheimer $11.8 B 66 Chanel France
#115 Robert Kuok $11.4 B 93 palm oil, shipping, property Malaysia
#116 Emmanuel Besnier $11.3 B 46 cheese France
#116 Lukas Walton $11.3 B 30 Wal-Mart United States
#118 Hasso Plattner $11.2 B 73 software Germany
#119 Eric Schmidt $11.1 B 62 Google United States
#120 Luis Carlos Sarmiento $11 B 84 banking Colombia

#120 David Tepper $11 B 59 hedge funds United States
#120 Udo & Harald Tschira $11 B - software Germany
#123 Alberto Bailleres Gonzalez $10.8 B 85 mining Mexico
#124 Dustin Moskovitz $10.7 B 33 Facebook United States
#125 Majid Al Futtaim $10.6 B - real estate, retail United Arab Emirates
#126 Peter Woo $10.5 B 70 real estate Hong Kong
#127 Andrew Beal $10.4 B 64 banks, real estate United States
#128 Hui Ka Yan $10.2 B 58 real estate China
#128 John Menard, Jr. $10.2 B 77 home improvement stores United States
#130 Reinhold Wuerth $10 B 82 fasteners Germany

#131 John Fredriksen $9.9 B 72 shipping Cyprus
#132 Dhanin Chearavanont $9.7 B 78 diversified Thailand
#133 Kumar Birla $9.5 B 50 commodities India
#133 Graeme Hart $9.5 B 62 investments New Zealand
#133 Massimiliana Landini Aleotti $9.5 B 74 pharmaceuticals Italy
#133 Galen Weston $9.5 B 76 retail Canada
#137 James Goodnight $9.4 B 74 software United States
#138 German Khan $9.3 B 55 oil, banking, telecom Russia
#139 Roman Abramovich $9.1 B 50 steel, investments Russia
#140 R. Budi Hartono $9 B 76 banking, tobacco Indonesia

#140 Dietmar Hopp $9 B 77 software Germany
#140 Jan Koum $9 B 41 WhatsApp United States
#140 James Ratcliffe $9 B 64 chemicals United Kingdom
#140 Yang Huiyan $9 B 35 real estate China
#145 Michael Hartono $8.9 B 77 banking, tobacco Indonesia
#145 Leonard Lauder $8.9 B 80 Estee Lauder United States
#145 Eyal Ofer $8.9 B 67 real estate, shipping Israel
#145 Mikhail Prokhorov $8.9 B 52 investments Russia
#149 Thomas Frist, Jr. $8.8 B 78 health care United States
#150 Robert & Philip Ng $8.7 B - real estate Singapore

#151 Ernesto Bertarelli $8.6 B 51 biotech, investments Switzerland
#151 Patrick Soon-Shiong $8.6 B 64 pharmaceuticals United States
#153 Harry Triguboff $8.5 B 84 property Australia
#154 Yao Zhenhua $8.4 B 47 conglomerate China
#154 Zhang Zhidong $8.4 B 45 internet media China
#156 Viktor Rashnikov $8.3 B 68 steel Russia
#156 Charles Schwab $8.3 B 79 discount brokerage United States
#158 Shahid Khan $8.2 B 67 auto parts United States
#159 Mohammed Al Amoudi $8.1 B 71 oil, diversified Saudi Arabia
#159 Micky Arison $8.1 B 68 Carnival Cruises United States

#159 James Chambers $8.1 B 60 media United States
#159 Xavier Niel $8.1 B 49 internet, telecom France
#159 Cyrus Poonawalla $8.1 B 76 vaccines India
#159 Katharine Rayner $8.1 B 72 media United States
#159 Margaretta Taylor $8.1 B 75 media United States
#166 Ken Griffin $8 B 48 hedge funds United States
#166 Herbert Kohler, Jr. $8 B 78 plumbing fixtures United States
#166 Uday Kotak $8 B 58 banking India
#166 Pierre Omidyar $8 B 50 eBay United States
#170 George Kaiser $7.9 B 74 oil & gas, banking United States

#170 John Paulson $7.9 B 61 hedge funds United States
#170 Eduardo Saverin $7.9 B 35 Facebook Brazil
#173 Edward Johnson, III. $7.8 B 87 money management United States
#174 Eli Broad $7.7 B 84 investments United States
#174 Heinrich Deichmann $7.7 B 54 footwear Germany
#174 Liu Qiangdong $7.7 B 42 e-commerce China
#174 John Malone $7.7 B 76 cable television United States
#174 Michael Otto $7.7 B 74 retail, real estate Germany
#179 Walter Droege $7.6 B 64 consulting Germany
#179 James Irving $7.6 B 89 diversified Canada

#179 Aloys Wobben $7.6 B 65 wind turbines Germany
#182 Gianluigi & Rafaela Aponte $7.5 B - shipping Switzerland
#182 Terry Gou $7.5 B 66 electronics Taiwan
#182 Stanley Kroenke $7.5 B 69 sports, real estate United States
#182 Sunil Mittal $7.5 B 59 telecom India
#186 Carl Cook $7.4 B 54 medical devices United States
#186 Stephen Ross $7.4 B 77 real estate United States
#186 August von Finck $7.4 B 87 investments Germany
#186 Zhou Qunfei $7.4 B 47 smartphone screens Hong Kong
#190 David Geffen $7.3 B 74 movies, record labels United States

#190 Walter Kwok $7.3 B 66 real estate Hong Kong
#190 Gordon Moore $7.3 B 88 Intel United States
#190 Dmitry Rybolovlev $7.3 B 50 fertilizer Russia
#194 Johann Graf $7.2 B 70 gambling Austria
#194 Richard Kinder $7.2 B 72 pipelines United States
#194 Alexei Kuzmichev $7.2 B 54 oil, banking, telecom Russia
#194 Hank & Doug Meijer $7.2 B - supermarkets United States
#194 Zong Qinghou $7.2 B 71 beverages China
#199 Silvio Berlusconi $7 B 80 media Italy
#199 Nicky Oppenheimer $7 B 72 diamonds South Africa

#201 Andrei Skoch $6.9 B 51 steel Russia
#202 Abdulla bin Ahmad Al Ghurair $6.8 B - diversified United Arab Emirates
#202 Sergei Galitsky $6.8 B 49 retail Russia
#202 Pauline MacMillan Keinath $6.8 B 83 Cargill United States
#202 Lei Jun $6.8 B 47 smartphones China
#202 Frederik Paulsen $6.8 B 66 health care Sweden
#202 Quek Leng Chan $6.8 B 75 banking, property Malaysia
#202 Melker Schorling $6.8 B 70 investments Sweden
#209 David Duffield $6.7 B 76 business software United States
#209 Michael Kadoorie $6.7 B 76 hotels, energy Hong Kong

#209 Li Shufu $6.7 B 54 automobiles China
#209 Sandra Ortega Mera $6.7 B 49 Zara Spain
#209 Suh Kyung-Bae $6.7 B 54 cosmetics South Korea
#209 Zhang Shiping $6.7 B 70 aluminum products China
#215 Giorgio Armani $6.6 B 83 luxury goods Italy
#215 John Grayken $6.6 B 61 private equity Ireland
#215 Liu Yongxing $6.6 B 69 agribusiness China
#215 Xu Shihui $6.6 B 59 snacks, beverages China
#219 Goh Cheng Liang $6.5 B 90 paints Singapore
#219 Bruce Halle $6.5 B 87 tires United States

#219 Ananda Krishnan $6.5 B 79 telecoms, media, oil-services Malaysia
#219 Richard LeFrak $6.5 B 71 real estate United States
#219 Iskander Makhmudov $6.5 B 53 mining, metals, machinery Russia
#224 John A. Sobrato $6.4 B 78 real estate United States
#224 Les Wexner $6.4 B 79 retail United States
#226 Garrett Camp $6.3 B 38 Uber Technologies Canada
#226 Leonid Fedun $6.3 B 61 oil Russia
#226 Guo Guangchang $6.3 B 50 conglomerate China
#226 Mikhail Gutseriev $6.3 B 59 oil, real estate Russia
#226 Travis Kalanick $6.3 B 40 Uber United States

#226 Suleiman Kerimov $6.3 B 51 investments Russia
#226 Carrie Perrodo $6.3 B 66 oil France
#226 Anders Holch Povlsen $6.3 B 44 fashion retail Denmark
#234 David Green $6.2 B 75 retail United States
#234 Robert Rowling $6.2 B 63 investments United States
#234 Tsai Eng-Meng $6.2 B 60 food, beverages Taiwan
#237 Jorn Rausing $6.1 B 57 packaging Sweden
#237 Johann Rupert $6.1 B 67 luxury goods South Africa
#239 Marian Ilitch $6 B 84 pizza, sports team United States
#239 Ann Walton Kroenke $6 B 68 Wal-Mart United States

#239 Jay Y. Lee $6 B 49 Samsung South Korea
#239 Pan Zhengmin $6 B 47 electronics China
#239 Finn Rausing $6 B 62 packaging Sweden
#239 Kirsten Rausing $6 B 65 packaging Sweden
#239 Dennis Washington $6 B 83 construction, mining United States
#239 Xu Chuanhua $6 B 82 chemicals, logistics China
#247 Francis Choi $5.9 B 69 real estate Hong Kong
#247 Erivan Haub $5.9 B 84 retail Germany
#247 Wei Jianjun $5.9 B 53 automobiles China
#250 Gautam Adani $5.8 B 55 commodities, ports India

#250 Mike Adenuga $5.8 B 64 telecom, oil Nigeria
#250 Maria Asuncion Aramburuzabala $5.8 B 54 beer, investments Mexico
#250 Daniel Gilbert $5.8 B 55 Quicken Loans United States
#250 John Gokongwei, Jr. $5.8 B 90 diversified Philippines
#250 Gong Hongjia $5.8 B 52 investments Hong Kong
#250 Charles Johnson $5.8 B 84 money management United States
#250 Ian & Richard Livingstone $5.8 B - real estate United Kingdom
#250 Hiroshi Mikitani $5.8 B 52 online retail Japan
#250 Augusto & Giorgio Perfetti $5.8 B - candy Italy
#250 Joseph Tsai $5.8 B 53 e-commerce Canada

#261 Dannine Avara $5.7 B 53 pipelines United States
#261 Scott Duncan $5.7 B 34 pipelines United States
#261 Andrew Forrest $5.7 B 55 mining Australia
#261 Milane Frantz $5.7 B 47 pipelines United States
#261 Lu Guanqiu $5.7 B 72 conglomerate China
#261 Ludwig Merckle $5.7 B 52 pharmaceuticals Germany
#261 Randa Williams $5.7 B 55 pipelines United States
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#717 Rafael Del Pino y Calvo-Sotelo $2.8 B 59 construction Spain
#717 Barry Diller $2.8 B 75 online media United States
#717 Gao Tianguo $2.8 B 65 real estate, finance China
#717 Peter Hargreaves $2.8 B 70 financial services United Kingdom
#717 Hortensia Herrero $2.8 B 67 supermarkets Spain
#717 Heidi Horten $2.8 B 76 retail Austria
#717 Huang Shih Tsai $2.8 B 66 real estate Hong Kong
#717 B. Wayne Hughes $2.8 B 83 self storage United States

#717 Bernardo Matte $2.8 B 61 paper Chile
#717 Eliodoro Matte $2.8 B 71 paper Chile
#717 Patricia Matte $2.8 B 73 paper Chile
#717 Hans Melchers $2.8 B 79 chemicals, investments Netherlands
#717 John Middleton $2.8 B 62 tobacco United States
#717 A. Jerrold Perenchio $2.8 B 86 television, Univision United States
#717 Jorge Perez $2.8 B 67 real estate United States
#717 Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth $2.8 B 84 hospitals Thailand
#717 Gil Shwed $2.8 B 50 software Israel
#717 Herbert Simon $2.8 B 82 real estate United States

#717 Pat Stryker $2.8 B 61 medical equipment United States
#717 Tahir $2.8 B 65 diversified Indonesia
#717 Arne Wilhelmsen $2.8 B 87 cruise ships Norway
#717 William Wrigley, Jr. $2.8 B 53 chewing gum United States
#745 Anil Ambani $2.7 B 58 diversified India
#745 Carlo Benetton $2.7 B 73 fashion retail, investments Italy
#745 Gilberto Benetton $2.7 B 76 fashion retail, investments Italy
#745 Giuliana Benetton $2.7 B 80 fashion retail, investments Italy
#745 Luciano Benetton $2.7 B 82 fashion retail, investments Italy
#745 John Brown $2.7 B 82 medical equipment United States

#745 Cai Kui $2.7 B 54 real estate China
#745 Cao Longxiang $2.7 B 59 pharmaceuticals China
#745 Ashwin Dani $2.7 B 74 paints India
#745 Ray Davis $2.7 B 75 pipelines United States
#745 John Dorrance, III. $2.7 B 73 Campbell Soup Ireland
#745 Martin Haefner $2.7 B 63 software, investments Switzerland
#745 Otto Happel $2.7 B 69 engineering Germany
#745 Joshua Harris $2.7 B 52 private equity United States
#745 Jen-Hsun Huang $2.7 B 54 semiconductors United States
#745 Huang Wei $2.7 B 57 real estate China

#745 H. Wayne Huizenga $2.7 B 79 investments United States
#745 Johnelle Hunt $2.7 B 85 trucking United States
#745 Kwek Leng Beng $2.7 B 76 real estate Singapore
#745 Friedhelm Loh $2.7 B 70 manufacturing Germany
#745 Lu Xiangyang $2.7 B 54 automobiles, batteries China
#745 Mohamed Mansour $2.7 B 69 diversified Egypt
#745 Robert Miller $2.7 B 72 electronics components Canada
#745 David Murdock $2.7 B 94 Dole, real estate United States
#745 Sebastian Piñera $2.7 B 67 investments Chile
#745 Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor $2.7 B 58 finance Peru

#745 Marc Rowan $2.7 B 54 private equity United States
#745 Stephan Schmidheiny $2.7 B 69 investments Switzerland
#745 Michael & Reiner Schmidt-Ruthenbeck $2.7 B - retail Germany
#745 Yasumitsu Shigeta $2.7 B 52 mobile phone retailer Japan
#745 Paul Singer $2.7 B 72 hedge funds United States
#745 Alexandre Soares dos Santos $2.7 B 82 supermarkets Portugal
#745 Michal Solowow $2.7 B 55 investments Poland
#745 Peter Thiel $2.7 B 49 Facebook, Palantir United States
#745 Rita Tong Liu $2.7 B 68 real estate Hong Kong
#745 Wang Xicheng $2.7 B 68 tires China

#745 Christoph Zeller $2.7 B 60 dental implants Liechtenstein
#782 Mohammed Al Issa $2.6 B 92 investments Saudi Arabia
#782 Carlos Ardila Lülle $2.6 B 87 soft drinks, diversified Colombia
#782 Michael Ashley $2.6 B 52 sports retailing United Kingdom
#782 Tom Benson $2.6 B 90 New Orleans Saints United States
#782 Otto Philipp Braun $2.6 B 39 medical technology Germany
#782 Chung Eui-Sun $2.6 B 46 logistics South Korea
#782 Robert Duggan $2.6 B 73 pharmaceuticals United States
#782 Martin Ebner $2.6 B 71 investments Switzerland
#782 Doris Fisher $2.6 B 85 Gap United States

#782 Philippe Foriel-Destezet $2.6 B 81 employment agency France
#782 Fiona Geminder $2.6 B 52 packaging Australia
#782 Bill Haslam $2.6 B 58 truck stops United States
#782 Henry Hillman $2.6 B 98 investments United States
#782 Louis Le Duff $2.6 B 70 bakeries France
#782 Lei Jufang $2.6 B 64 pharmaceuticals China
#782 Scott Lin $2.6 B - optical components Taiwan
#782 Stephen Mandel, Jr. $2.6 B 61 hedge funds United States
#782 Najib Mikati $2.6 B 61 telecom Lebanon
#782 Taha Mikati $2.6 B 72 telecom Lebanon

#782 Robert Miller $2.6 B 84 retail United Kingdom
#782 Yoshiko Mori $2.6 B 76 real estate Japan
#782 Sean Parker $2.6 B 37 Facebook United States
#782 Karsanbhai Patel $2.6 B 73 consumer goods India
#782 Rajan Raheja $2.6 B 63 diversified India
#782 P.V. Ramprasad Reddy $2.6 B 59 pharmaceuticals India
#782 Dirk Rossmann $2.6 B 70 drugstores Germany
#782 Arkady Rotenberg $2.6 B 65 construction, pipes, banking Russia
#782 Svein Stole $2.6 B 54 investments Norway
#782 Lawrence Stroll $2.6 B 58 fashion investments Canada

#782 Tsai Hong-tu $2.6 B 64 finance Taiwan
#782 Hans Peter Wild $2.6 B 76 flavorings Switzerland
#782 Zhang Jing $2.6 B 45 diversified China
#814 John Arrillaga $2.5 B 80 real estate United States
#814 Acharya Balkrishna $2.5 B 45 consumer goods India
#814 Carl Bennet $2.5 B 65 investments Sweden
#814 George Bishop $2.5 B 79 oil & gas United States
#814 David Bonderman $2.5 B 74 private equity United States
#814 Eva Maria Bucher-Haefner $2.5 B 60 Computer Associates Switzerland
#814 Peter Buck $2.5 B 86 Subway sandwich shops United States

#814 William Conway, Jr. $2.5 B 67 private equity United States
#814 Smita Crishna-Godrej $2.5 B 66 consumer goods India
#814 Daniel D'Aniello $2.5 B 70 private equity United States
#814 Jim Davis $2.5 B 57 staffing & recruiting United States
#814 Kenneth Feld $2.5 B 68 circus, live entertainment United States
#814 Fu Liquan $2.5 B 49 surveillance equipment China
#814 Adi Godrej $2.5 B 75 consumer goods India
#814 Jamshyd Godrej $2.5 B 68 consumer goods India
#814 Nadir Godrej $2.5 B 66 consumer goods India
#814 Bill Gross $2.5 B 73 investments United States

#814 Caroline Hagen Kjos $2.5 B 33 conglomerate Norway
#814 Don Hankey $2.5 B 74 auto loans United States
#814 John Henry $2.5 B 67 sports United States
#814 James Irsay $2.5 B 58 Indianapolis Colts United States
#814 Alicia Koplowitz $2.5 B 62 construction, investments Spain
#814 Guenther Lehmann $2.5 B - drug stores Germany
#814 Li Gaiteng $2.5 B 45 hair dryers China
#814 Alexander Mamut $2.5 B 57 investments Russia
#814 Rishad Naoroji $2.5 B 65 consumer goods India
#814 Adam Neumann $2.5 B 38 WeWork Israel

#814 Philip Niarchos $2.5 B 63 art collection Greece
#814 Carolus Nolet, Sr. $2.5 B 76 Ketel One vodka Netherlands
#814 Bob Parsons $2.5 B 66 web hosting United States
#814 Jay Paul $2.5 B 70 real estate United States
#814 Richard Peery $2.5 B 78 real estate United States
#814 Jean (Gigi) Pritzker $2.5 B 55 hotels, investments United States
#814 Penny Pritzker $2.5 B 58 hotels, investments United States
#814 Chandru Raheja $2.5 B 76 real estate India
#814 Wilbur Ross, Jr. $2.5 B 79 investments United States
#814 David Rubenstein $2.5 B 67 private equity United States

#814 Phillip Ruffin $2.5 B 82 casinos, real estate United States
#814 Patrick Ryan $2.5 B 80 insurance United States
#814 Alvaro Saieh Bendeck $2.5 B 67 banking Chile
#814 E. Joe Shoen $2.5 B 67 U-Haul United States
#814 Thomas Siebel $2.5 B 64 business software United States
#814 Robert Smith $2.5 B 54 private equity United States
#814 Zygmunt Solorz-Zak $2.5 B 60 TV broadcasting Poland
#814 Warren Stephens $2.5 B 60 investment banking United States
#814 Jon Stryker $2.5 B 59 medical equipment United States
#814 Andrew Tan $2.5 B 64 diversified Philippines

#814 Mark Walter $2.5 B 57 finance United States
#814 Wang Xing $2.5 B 44 e-commerce China
#814 Ty Warner $2.5 B 72 real estate, plush toys United States
#814 Steve Wynn $2.5 B 75 casinos, hotels United States
#814 Michael Ying $2.5 B 67 retail Hong Kong
#814 Zhang Bangxin $2.5 B 37 after-school tutoring China
#867 Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani $2.4 B 69 hotels, diversified Qatar
#867 Semahat Sevim Arsel $2.4 B 88 diversified Turkey
#867 Tatiana Casiraghi $2.4 B 33 beer Monaco
#867 Hasmukh Chudgar $2.4 B 83 pharmaceuticals India

#867 Aloysio de Andrade Faria $2.4 B 96 banking Brazil
#867 Judy Faulkner $2.4 B 73 health IT United States
#867 Fong Yun Wah $2.4 B 92 real estate Hong Kong
#867 Baba Kalyani $2.4 B 68 engineering India
#867 Igor Kesaev $2.4 B 50 tobacco distribution, retail Russia
#867 Raj Kumar & Kishin RK $2.4 B 63 real estate Singapore
#867 Kuok Khoon Hong $2.4 B 67 palm oil Singapore
#867 Manuel Lao Hernandez $2.4 B 73 gambling Spain
#867 Li Wa $2.4 B 51 real estate Hong Kong
#867 C. Dean Metropoulos $2.4 B 71 investments United States

#867 Alexander Nesis $2.4 B 54 metals, banking, fertilizers Russia
#867 Kazuo Okada $2.4 B 74 casinos Japan
#867 John Pritzker $2.4 B 64 hotels, investments United States
#867 Qiu Jianping $2.4 B 55 hand tools China
#867 Julio Mario Santo Domingo, III. $2.4 B 32 beer United States
#867 Thomas Secunda $2.4 B 63 Bloomberg LP United States
#867 Shen Guojun $2.4 B 54 retail China
#867 Alexander Spanos $2.4 B 93 real estate, San Diego Chargers United States
#867 Sarik Tara $2.4 B 87 construction Turkey
#867 Clemens Toennies $2.4 B 61 meat processing Germany

#867 Hanni Toosbuy Kasprzak $2.4 B 60 shoes Denmark
#867 Sunil Vaswani $2.4 B 54 diversified United Kingdom
#867 Radovan Vitek $2.4 B 46 real estate Czech Republic
#867 Pham Nhat Vuong $2.4 B 48 real estate Vietnam
#867 Denise York $2.4 B 66 San Francisco 49ers United States
#896 Charles Bronfman $2.3 B 86 liquor Canada
#896 Nick Caporella $2.3 B 81 beverages United States
#896 Chan Tan Ching-fen $2.3 B - real estate Hong Kong
#896 Chu Mang Yee $2.3 B 57 real estate China
#896 Scott Cook $2.3 B 65 software United States

#896 Radhakishan Damani $2.3 B 62 investments, retail India
#896 Eduardo Eurnekian $2.3 B 84 airports, investments Argentina
#896 Feng Hailiang $2.3 B 56 copper, real estate China
#896 Gerald Ford $2.3 B 72 banking United States
#896 Bernard Fraisse $2.3 B 60 pharmaceuticals France
#896 Mitchell Goldhar $2.3 B 56 real estate Canada
#896 Noam Gottesman $2.3 B 56 hedge funds United States
#896 Stein Erik Hagen $2.3 B 61 consumer goods Norway
#896 Stanley Hubbard $2.3 B 84 DirecTV United States
#896 Erman Ilicak $2.3 B 49 construction Turkey

#896 Jiang Rensheng $2.3 B 63 vaccine production China
#896 Saleh Kamel $2.3 B 76 banking, healthcare Saudi Arabia
#896 Lee Joong-Keun $2.3 B 76 construction, real estate South Korea
#896 Bernard Lewis $2.3 B 91 fashion retailer United Kingdom
#896 Liang Xinjun $2.3 B 49 conglomerate China
#896 Rudolf Maag $2.3 B 71 medical devices Switzerland
#896 Farhad Moshiri $2.3 B 62 diversified United Kingdom
#896 Vadim Moshkovich $2.3 B 50 agriculture, land Russia
#896 Stefan Olsson $2.3 B 68 diversified Sweden
#896 Nicolas Puech $2.3 B 74 Hermes France

#896 Qi Shi $2.3 B 47 financial information China
#896 Krit Ratanarak $2.3 B 71 media, real estate Thailand
#896 Jeff Rothschild $2.3 B 62 Facebook United States
#896 Michael Rubin $2.3 B 45 online retail United States
#896 Mikail Shishkhanov $2.3 B 44 oil, banking, real estate Russia
#896 Sit Kwong Lam $2.3 B 49 oil, transportation Hong Kong
#896 Song Zuowen $2.3 B 70 aluminum, diversified China
#896 Tang Yiu $2.3 B 83 fashion retail Hong Kong
#896 Tsai Cheng-da $2.3 B - finance Taiwan
#896 Ted Turner $2.3 B 78 cable television United States

#896 Bulat Utemuratov $2.3 B 59 mining, banking, hotels Kazakhstan
#896 Meg Whitman $2.3 B 60 eBay United States
#896 Chip Wilson $2.3 B 60 Lululemon Canada
#896 Xu Jingren $2.3 B 72 pharmaceuticals China
#896 Jerry Yang $2.3 B 48 Yahoo United States
#896 Yuan Yafei $2.3 B 53 retail, investments China
#896 Zhou Yaoting $2.3 B 74 apparel, real estate China
#896 Zhu Gongshan $2.3 B 59 solar panel materials China
#939 Isak Andic $2.2 B 63 fashion retail Spain
#939 George Argyros $2.2 B 80 real estate, investments United States

#939 Ron Baron $2.2 B 74 money management United States
#939 Nikolai Buinov $2.2 B 50 oil, gas Russia
#939 John Caudwell $2.2 B 64 mobile phones United Kingdom
#939 Jose Luis Cutrale $2.2 B 70 orange juice Brazil
#939 Ennio Doris $2.2 B 77 financial services Italy
#939 Du Jiangtao $2.2 B 47 chemicals China
#939 Fang Wei $2.2 B 43 steel China
#939 John Fisher $2.2 B 56 Gap United States
#939 Joseph Grendys $2.2 B 55 poultry United States
#939 Bahaa Hariri $2.2 B 51 real estate, investments, logistics Lebanon

#939 Hui Lin Chit $2.2 B 64 hygiene products China
#939 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala $2.2 B 57 investments India
#939 Brad Kelley $2.2 B 60 tobacco United States
#939 Mustafa Rahmi Koc $2.2 B 86 diversified Turkey
#939 Karel Komarek $2.2 B 48 oil & gas Czech Republic
#939 Thomas Lee $2.2 B 73 private equity United States
#939 Jeffrey Lorberbaum $2.2 B 62 flooring United States
#939 Joe Mansueto $2.2 B 60 investment research United States
#939 Marius Nacht $2.2 B 51 software Israel
#939 Hans Georg Naeder $2.2 B 55 prosthetics Germany

#939 Daniel Pritzker $2.2 B 57 hotels, investments United States
#939 Stewart Rahr $2.2 B 71 drug distribution United States
#939 Ren Zhengfei $2.2 B 73 telecom equipment China
#939 Helena Revoredo $2.2 B 70 private security Spain
#939 Seo Jung-Jin $2.2 B 59 biotech South Korea
#939 Dan Snyder $2.2 B 52 Washington Redskins United States
#939 Charlotte Soderstrom $2.2 B 40 H&M Sweden
#939 Ralph Sonnenberg $2.2 B 83 blinds Netherlands
#939 Sun Xishuang $2.2 B 64 real estate China
#939 Sze Man Bok $2.2 B 67 hygiene products China

#939 Wu Jianshu $2.2 B 53 auto parts Hong Kong
#939 Xue Xiangdong $2.2 B 58 software China
#973 S. Daniel Abraham $2.1 B 92 Slim-Fast United States
#973 Saif Al Ghurair $2.1 B 93 diversified United Arab Emirates
#973 Emilio Azcarraga Jean $2.1 B 49 TV broadcasting Mexico
#973 Miriam Baumann-Blocher $2.1 B 42 chemicals Switzerland
#973 Koos Bekker $2.1 B 64 media, investments South Africa
#973 Mike Cannon-Brookes $2.1 B 37 software Australia
#973 Demetrio Carceller Coll $2.1 B - gas, beer Portugal
#973 Chen Bang $2.1 B 51 hospitals China

#973 Chen Dongsheng $2.1 B 59 insurance China
#973 Tony Chen $2.1 B 49 eletronics Taiwan
#973 Todd Christopher $2.1 B 54 hair care products United States
#973 James Coulter $2.1 B 57 private equity United States
#973 Ding Shijia $2.1 B 53 sportswear China
#973 Ding Shizhong $2.1 B 46 sports apparel China
#973 Hedda im Brahm Droege $2.1 B 62 consulting Germany
#973 Scott Farquhar $2.1 B 37 software Australia
#973 Rakesh Gangwal $2.1 B 64 airline United States
#973 Gordon Getty $2.1 B 83 Getty Oil United States

#973 Sam Goi $2.1 B 68 frozen foods Singapore
#973 Alec Gores $2.1 B 64 private equity United States
#973 Gudrun Heine $2.1 B 62 medical devices Germany
#973 Michael Hintze $2.1 B 64 investment Australia
#973 Christopher Hohn $2.1 B 50 Hedge fund United Kingdom
#973 Jiang Weiping $2.1 B 62 chemicals China
#973 Vladimir Kim $2.1 B 56 mining Kazakhstan
#973 Timur Kulibaev $2.1 B 50 banking Kazakhstan
#973 Dinara Kulibaeva $2.1 B 49 banking Kazakhstan
#973 Heikki Kyostila $2.1 B 71 dental products Finland

#973 Edward Lampert $2.1 B 55 Sears United States
#973 Lau Cho Kun $2.1 B 82 palm oil,property Malaysia
#973 Lee Jay-Hyun $2.1 B 57 food products, entertainment South Korea
#973 Peter Lim $2.1 B 64 investments Singapore
#973 Igor Makarov $2.1 B 55 gas Russia
#973 Daniel Mate $2.1 B 54 mining, commodities Spain
#973 Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw $2.1 B 64 biotech India
#973 Aristotelis Mistakidis $2.1 B 55 mining, commodities Greece
#973 Arturo Moreno $2.1 B 70 billboards, Anaheim Angels United States
#973 Ni Zugen $2.1 B 60 appliances China

#973 Maja Oeri $2.1 B 62 Roche Holding Switzerland
#973 Ong Beng Seng and Christina Ong $2.1 B 72 diversified Singapore
#973 Karl-Johan Persson $2.1 B 42 H&M Sweden
#973 Tom Persson $2.1 B 32 H&M Sweden
#973 Peter Peterson $2.1 B 91 investments United States
#973 Murdaya Poo $2.1 B 76 diversified Indonesia
#973 Ferit Faik Sahenk $2.1 B 53 banking, media Turkey
#973 Erik Selin $2.1 B 50 real estate Sweden
#973 Mark Stevens $2.1 B 57 venture capital United States
#973 Sybill Storz $2.1 B 80 medical devices Germany

#973 Torbjorn Tornqvist $2.1 B 63 oil trading Sweden
#973 T.Y. Tsai $2.1 B - finance Taiwan
#973 Wu Zhigang $2.1 B 82 bakery chain China
#973 Xie Zhikun $2.1 B 56 investments China
#973 Yeoh Tiong Lay $2.1 B 87 construction, property, power Malaysia
#973 William Young $2.1 B 76 plastics United States
#973 Zhang Li $2.1 B 64 real estate China
#973 Zhao Yan $2.1 B 50 real estate, finance China
#973 Zhou Chengjian $2.1 B 52 fashion retail China
#1030 Juan Abello $2 B 75 investments Spain

#1030 Igor Altushkin $2 B 46 metals Russia
#1030 Hubertus Benteler $2 B 70 auto parts Germany
#1030 Pierre Chen $2 B 59 art, electronics Taiwan
#1030 James Clark $2 B 73 Netscape, investments United States
#1030 Dermot Desmond $2 B 67 finance Ireland
#1030 Bergit Douglas $2 B 70 consumer goods Germany
#1030 Glenn Dubin $2 B 60 hedge funds United States
#1030 Frank Fertitta, III. $2 B 55 casinos, mixed martial arts United States
#1030 Lorenzo Fertitta $2 B 48 casinos, mixed martial arts United States
#1030 Carlo Fidani $2 B 62 real estate Canada

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