New 2022 Billionaires According to Forbes
According to Forbes latest ranking on the year 2022 billionaire list there are new entries of businesspersons and industry giants, as the year 2022 comes to an end in couple of days.
As Elon Musk lost the first world richest position to Bernard Arnault, the co-founder, chair, and CEO of LVMH, other individual makes it to the list before the year runs out.
The annual Forbes list of billionaires was released. Forbes estimated that there would be 87 fewer billionaires and 400 billion less in assets in 2022 than there were in 2021, hence it was not a good year for billionaires. Aside from the “bad” year, 236 new individuals, including singer Rihanna, were added to the billionaire list, also P-Diddy made it to the list of celebrity after Kanye West lost the position due to lots of brand that pull out of his collaboration according to his controversial comment on the Nazis
The wealthiest newcomer is a Taiwanese man named Zhang Congyuan. With an estimated worth of $11.7 billion, you can join the Forbes list of billionaires in 2022. Congyuan, who is regarded as the wealthiest person in his nation, founded Huali Industrial, a company that makes shoes for companies like Nike, Puma, UGG, and Vans.
Melinda French Gates, the wife of Microsoft’s founder Bill Gates, has also entered the Forbes ranking of billionaires for 2022. Her wealth is reportedly worth $6.2 billion.
Chris Xu, the creator of the Shein brand, a titan of the fast fashion industry, is one of the 62 new billionaires from China. Xu’s net worth is thought to be around $5.4 billion.
Max Lytvyn and Alex Shevchenko
The co-founders of the grammar checker program Grammarly, Alex Shevchenko and Max Lytvyn, are listed in Forbes’ listing of the world’s billionaires as of 2022. Each of the two Ukrainians is thought to be worth $4 billion.
Rihanna reaches the Olympus of billionaires with 1.7 billion dollars thanks to her successful ventures in the cosmetics and intimate apparel industries.
Peter Jackson, a filmmaker, producer, and screenwriter from New Zealand, is included in the Forbes list of billionaires for 2022. Jackson, who is most known for directing The Lord of the Rings film series, has achieved $ 1.5 billion thanks to the sale of a share he held in a business that works with special effects in motion pictures.