The 20 Youngest Billionaires In The World

The rich and successful people are well-educated and they know their priorities, and they are also patient.
They have also managed to develop and sustain a positive attitude.

But the digital revolution has allowed people all around the world to start their own business in the 21st century.

The world has become a competitive place where every young individual wishes to live and work in a place where the opportunities are limitless. In this article, we’ll look at how to make the most of your family inheritance and capitalise on the opportunities available to you to build a successful brand in the next stage of your life.

The first 15 billionaires on this list are all from the Bay Area.

The 20 Youngest Billionaires in the World

This list of billionaires and figures and their net worth includes people who have wealth in multiple categories, such as from their business, their personal net worth and from other investments.

This is the list of the 10 youngest billionaires in the world, including two girls.

20. Julio Mario Santa Domingo, III

Age: 34

Net Worth: $1.7 Billion

Julio Mario Santa Domingo is a Mexican billionaire and the heir of a multi-billion-dollar business empire.

Julio is the only one who will inherit the SABMiller assets and become the head of the company.

34 years old billionaire DJ living in New York City who is worth $1.7 billion.

19. Geoffrey Kwok

Age: 34

Net Worth: $2.9 Billion

Geoffrey Kwok is the only son of Kwok Chung, a Developer and the former chairman of Sun Hung Kai Properties. He owns an impressive portfolio of properties in Hong Kong.

Mark Zuckerberg inherited a large portion of his fathers’ net worth during the summer of 2014.

Before joining SHKP, he was working as a partner at WPA Group, a financial services and investment company.

18. Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha

Age: 34

Net Worth: $1 Billion

In the past years, King Power has shown great increases in profit despite the fact that the company has been in a difficult financial position for some time.

He founded the company when he was only 12 years old and since the time he has run the company, he has not taken a single salary.

He inherited a large amount of property, but almost all of it was inherited from his mother and was divided in a way that ensured that all of it would go to his mother.

Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha is also the chairman of Leicester City Football Club in the United Kingdom, and I’ve also owned a stake in the Belgian League team, OH Leuven.

17. Jihan Wu

Age: 33

Net Worth: $1.5 Billion

Wu is a Chinese citizen that owns the mining company, Bitmain.

Jihan is the co-founder and co-CEO of Bitmain Technologies, which is a Chinese company that designs application-specific integrated circuit chips for Bitcoin mining. They are the world’s largest manufacturer of specialized Bitcoin mining chips.

Bitmain Technologies is the worlds leading computer chip company for bitcoin mining. They make a profit of $742.7 million in the first half of 2018.

He has been working at the same company for 14 years and is now going to get a promotion.

16. Christopher Kwok

Age: 33

Net Worth: $1.8 Billion

Christopher is the president of Empire Group Holdings, a global real estate development firm.

I also received a large stake in Sun Hun Kai Properties from my father, Walter Kwok. The company was founded by my father.

As for Mr. Park, he is one of the top 100 entrepreneurs in the world in 2014. The ranking is based on the assessment of Forbes magazine, which he acquired during the previous year. The list aims to provide a global view of the world’s leading entrepreneurs.

15. André Kasprzak

Age: 32

Net Worth: $1 Billion

André Kasprzak owns many shares of ECCO, a Danish shoe manufacturer.

Ecco was founded by Andres in 1988 and has a lot of stores worldwide, as well as a major e-commerce site, which enables them to be able to sell their shoes in over 90 countries.

André joined the ECCO board and now has a net worth of $1 billion.

14. Eva Maria Braun-Luedicke

Age: 32

Net Worth: $1.2 Billion

Eva Braun-Luedicke is a 32-year-old German heiress and socialite who inherited substantial wealth from her late father, Karl Luedicke. She has a 12% stake in a billion-dollar German medical and pharmaceutical device company, which has offices and facilities in more than 60 countries. The company sells a wide array of products including medical devices and laboratory equipment.

Covidien is a medical device company that makes medical equipment. It has over 60,000 employees and the products range from infusion and injection solutions to surgical instruments.

Eva Maria Braun-Luedicke is 31 years old and worth 1.2 billion dollars.

13. Lukas Walton

Age: 32

Net Worth: $17.8 Billion

Lukas Walton received approximately one third of his father’s, John Walton’s, estate as part of the settlement of a lawsuit brought by his brother, Rob, who claimed he owned half of the company because of a verbal agreement with his father.

He has invested in various companies and is now one of the largest shareholders in Amazon. He has said that he doesn’t need to disclose his investments in the company because he has already made enough money and doesn’t need to invest more.

Lukas Walton has been generous with his fortune, donating $149 million to a family foundation he created.

12. Said Gutserviev

Age: 31

Net Worth: $1.3 Billion

SAFMAR is an oil company, headquartered in Saint Petersburg, Russia, which holds a majority stake in a number of oil companies in Russia, and is a joint venture between the state owned energy company GazpromNeft, and the Black Sea Shipping Company, a Russian shipping company.

Said’s father, Mikhail Gutserievich, gave him stakes in companies like Gazprom, Kaspersky Lab, ZAO Sibneft, Alfa Group, and some other businesses

[7] Said claims that this is not true because Russia uses dual-track justice.

In 2020, was the first cryptocurrency exchange to integrate the Telegram-backed stablecoin.

Said Guterviev has twelve billionaires at his age.

11. Bobby Murphy

Age: 31

Net Worth: $2.1 Billion

Bobby Murphy is one of the co-founder of Snap Chat. He is the CEO of Snap Chat Inc. He is the youngest of the co-founders of Snap Chat. In addition, he oversees the company’s strategy and strategy.

Snapchat, the social media app built by Spiegel and his former Stanford fraternity friend Brendan Murphy.

Murphy’s investment into Snap has been successful and he is still a big shareholder of Snap.

He wants $20 million dollars to build a huge mansion in Venice, California.

10. Patrick Collison

Age: 30

Net Worth: $2.1 Billion

After playing at the University of Oxford for 15 years, Patrick and his brothers decided to start a software company called Stripe.

He founded his first company at the age of 15 years and worked on his first startup for the next 15 years.

Partick and his brother had a great idea to start a company in their dorm after finishing college. The brothers came up with the name stripe and decided to start their company while in college to avoid the traditional start up process.

9. Jonathan Kwok

Age: 30

Net Worth: $2.3 Billion

Empire Group Holdings is owned by Jonathan and his brother, Geoffrey, who are the seventeenth youngest billionaires in the world.

Not long after Jonathan became a billionaire, he started his own hedge fund and launched his own clothing line called “Rising Sun”.

8. Anna Kasprzak

Age: 29

Net Worth: $1 Billion

Anna Kasprak is the younger sister of André Kasprak and she owns a large stake in ECCO, a Danish shoe manufacturer.

Anna is also an Olympic dressage rider and has been competing for many years. She placed 14th in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, which was one of the highest finishing results for an individual rider.

Ms. Højgaard still operates a private dressage barn in Haderslev, Denmark. She lives there and rides.

The most recent Forbes list is that of the world’s youngest billionaires, and Anna is the eighth in all, which makes her the youngest in France. She’s only 29 years old, which makes her the youngest in the world as well. She has a net worth of $1 billion.

7. Ludwig Theodor Braun

Age: 29

Net Worth: $1 Billion

Ludwig Braun owns a 10% stake in B. Braun Melsungen, a medical device company. The company was founded in 1938 as a small pharmacy that sold herbal remedies. The company was named B. Braun, an abbreviation of Braun & Company. The company was renamed Braun Melsungen in 1971.

In 1977, Ludwig’s father, Ludwig George Braun, took over the company. Ludwig George Braun was a very talented marketer. He managed to make Braun & Ainsworth, Inc. one of the most respected and most sought after companies in the auto accessory industry.

According to the company, it has more than 60,000 employees worldwide and specialises in producing infusion and injection solutions for surgical instruments.

Ludwig Braun, who is currently 29 years old, is estimated to be worth a billion dollars and lives in Melsungen, Germany.

6. John Collison

Age: 28

Net Worth: $2.1 Billion

When John and his brother Patrick founded Stripe in 2011
they started out in a small room in their parents’ living room.
They were just two guys trying to figure it out and they needed a way
to track and charge customers on the web.
So they started with five cents.

The company was founded by brothers Patrick and John Collison, with the latter having dropped out of college to start the business with his brother.

While in Ireland for college, Patrick and John Collison founded Stripe with the support of several other college partners. That’s when they started to see how much the online payments industry needed a better way to work together. They founded Stripe to solve that problem.

Today, the United States is worth $18.26 trillion at 36 years old.

5. Evan Spiegel

Age: 28

Net Worth: $2.1 Billion

Spiegel has become the youngest and the fifth-youngest billionaire in the world.

Evan is a co-founder and CEO of Snapchat, a social media company that 203 million people use every day to send disappearing photos and videos.

Evan is the world’s youngest billionaire and is only 28 years old. He is a graduate of Standford University with a Bachelor of Science in Product Design.

Spiegel has been very generous with his money, and has donated $65 million of his own stock in Snapchat to the Snap foundation. Bobby Murphy has also pledged to donate a further 13 million shares to the Snap foundation.

4. Gustav Magnar Witzoe

Age: 26

Net Worth: $3 Billion

The four youngest billionaires in the world are from Iceland and they are all age 24.

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He is currently worth around 3 billion dollars as he was given the majority share of Salmar ASA by his father who was a wealthy businessman who started the company in the early 80’s.

Salmar founded a fishery in Norway. With this, they were able to produce fish at higher prices and therefore, have larger margins.

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Gustav Magnar Witzoe is the fourth-youngest billionaire in the world and lives in Keverva, Norway.
The Norwegian company Høgskat, which manufactures and supplies dental equipment, has a large market share.

3. Katharina Andreson

Age: 23

Net Worth: $1.4 Billion

Andreson is the third richest woman in the world. This will be her $100 million birthday.

Katharina, 23, is a Norwegian heiress that inherited a large company worth 42% of her families assets.

Her father, Johan, still owns the majority of the company as she has inherited his voting rights via her dual-class share structure.

The company Ferd Invest has a market capitalization of 30 million euro.
The company is expected to reach a billion dollar market capitalization over the next five years.
The company Ferd Invest was founded in 2004 and specializes in private investing in private equity and hedge funds.
The company currently has two investment funds and is expected to close a third in 2021.

Johan Andreson gave not only his daughters but also his sons 42% of his firm, which made each of them a millionaire many, many years before.

2. Alexandra Andresen

Age: 22

Net Worth: $1.4 Billion

She got her start by investing in the fashion industry and then selling that business to create the Andresen family fashion group, which now ranks among the top 25 retailers worldwide.

Like her sister, she joined the board of the American Museum of Natural History to fund her “green building” projects. She was also appointed as an adviser to the president of the American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra after her father’s company donated $30 million to it.

Not only is there no billionaire under 25 years old in the United States, but Alexandra has to be the youngest millionaire in the United States.

1. Kylie Jenner

Age: 21

Net Worth: $1 Billion

Most of the kids on social media are also starting to earn millions of dollars. Kylie is one of them. Some kids have managed to achieve financial stability from a young age, which has made them the envy of many of their peers. But Kylie is different. She earned all that money by herself.

Kylie is an American millionaire, who is the founder of Kylie Cosmetics, which is a cosmetic based company.

She has a net worth of one billion dollars, and has an estimated wealth of $1 billion dollars..

Kylie made over $24 million selling lip kits in just nine months, and after a year of working, Kylie left the outside company to start her own.

Since then, Kylie has sold an estimated $400 million worth of Kylie Cosmetics in 2019, which helped the company reach a valuation of at least $1 billion.

Kylie Jenner is a 21-years-old girl who is worth one billion dollars!


The world is a richer place because of these young billionaire entrepreneurs,
and our hope is they’ll continue to change it for the better.

Well, I think a lot of people are going to have to start working in a different way.

If you are a new entrepreneur, you can start an online store. They are easy to run and you can start the business in just a few minutes.

When the world of wealth started to change for the worst, the world of wealth shifted for the better with the 20 youngest billionaires.

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