Richest People On The Planet 2013

2013 Billionaire List

The 2013 Forbes Billionaires list now includes 1,426 names, with an aggregate net worth of $5.4 trillion, up from $4.6 trillion.  The U.S. leads the list with 442 billionaires, followed by Asia-Pacific (386), Europe (366), the Americas (129) and the Middle East & Africa (103)  Checkout the top 100 Billionaires in the world after the jump.

11

Christy Walton & family

$28.2 B 58 Wal-Mart United States
12

Stefan Persson

$28 B 65 H&M Sweden
13

Michael Bloomberg

$27 B 71 Bloomberg LP United States
14

Jim Walton

$26.7 B 65 Wal-Mart United States
15

Sheldon Adelson

$26.5 B 79 casinos United States
16

Alice Walton

$26.3 B 63 Wal-Mart United States
17

S. Robson Walton

$26.1 B 69 Wal-Mart United States
18

Karl Albrecht

$26 B 93 Aldi Germany
19

Jeff Bezos

$25.2 B 49 Amazon.com United States
20

Larry Page

$23 B 39 Google United States
21

Sergey Brin

$22.8 B 39 Google United States
22

Mukesh Ambani

$21.5 B 55 petrochemicals, oil & gas India
23

Michele Ferrero & family

$20.4 B 87 chocolates Italy
24

Lee Shau Kee

$20.3 B 85 diversified Hong Kong
24

David Thomson & family

$20.3 B 55 media Canada
26

Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud

$20 B 57 investments Saudi Arabia
26

Carl Icahn

$20 B 77 leveraged buyouts United States
26

Thomas & Raymond Kwok & family

$20 B real estate Hong Kong
29

Dieter Schwarz

$19.5 B 73 retail Germany
30

George Soros

$19.2 B 82 hedge funds United States
31

Theo Albrecht, Jr. & family

$18.9 B 62 Aldi, Trader Joe’s Germany
32

Alberto Bailleres Gonzalez & family

$18.2 B 81 mining Mexico
33

Jorge Paulo Lemann

$17.8 B 73 beer Brazil
34

Alisher Usmanov

$17.6 B 59 steel, telecom, investments Russia
35

Iris Fontbona & family

$17.4 B 70 mining Chile
36

Forrest Mars, Jr.

$17 B 81 candy United States
36

Jacqueline Mars

$17 B 73 candy United States
36

John Mars

$17 B 76 candy United States
36

Georgina Rinehart

$17 B 59 mining Australia
40

German Larrea Mota Velasco & family

$16.7 B 59 mining Mexico
41

Mikhail Fridman

$16.5 B 48 oil, banking, telecom Russia
41

Lakshmi Mittal

$16.5 B 62 steel India
43

Aliko Dangote

$16.1 B 55 cement, sugar, flour Nigeria
44

Len Blavatnik

$16 B 55 diversified United States
44

Cheng Yu-tung

$16 B 87 diversified Hong Kong
46

Joseph Safra

$15.9 B 74 banking Brazil
47

Rinat Akhmetov

$15.4 B 46 steel, coal Ukraine
47

Leonid Mikhelson

$15.4 B 57 gas, chemicals Russia
49

Leonardo Del Vecchio

$15.3 B 77 eyeglasses Italy
49

Michael Dell

$15.3 B 48 Dell United States
51

Steve Ballmer

$15.2 B 56 Microsoft United States
52

Viktor Vekselberg

$15.1 B 55 oil, metals Russia
53

Paul Allen

$15 B 60 Microsoft, investments United States
53

Francois Pinault & family

$15 B 76 retail France
55

Vagit Alekperov

$14.8 B 62 Lukoil Russia
56

Phil Knight

$14.4 B 75 Nike United States
56

Andrey Melnichenko

$14.4 B 40 coal, fertilizers Russia
58

Dhanin Chearavanont & family

$14.3 B 73 food Thailand
58

Susanne Klatten

$14.3 B 50 BMW, pharmaceuticals Germany
58

Vladimir Potanin

$14.3 B 52 metals Russia
61

Michael Otto & family

$14.2 B 69 retail, real estate Germany
62

Vladimir Lisin

$14.1 B 56 steel, transport Russia
62

Gennady Timchenko

$14.1 B 60 oil & gas Russia
64

Luis Carlos Sarmiento

$13.9 B 80 banking Colombia
65

Mohammed Al Amoudi

$13.5 B 68 oil, diversified Saudi Arabia
66

Tadashi Yanai & family

$13.3 B 64 retail Japan
66

Mark Zuckerberg

$13.3 B 28 Facebook United States
68

Henry Sy & family

$13.2 B 88 diversified Philippines
69

Donald Bren

$13 B 80 real estate United States
69

Serge Dassault & family

$13 B 87 aviation France
69

Lee Kun-Hee

$13 B 71 Samsung South Korea
69

Mikhail Prokhorov

$13 B 47 investments Russia
73

Alexey Mordashov

$12.8 B 47 steel, investments Russia
74

Antonio Ermirio de Moraes & family

$12.7 B 84 diversified Brazil
74

Abigail Johnson

$12.7 B 51 money management United States
76

Ray Dalio

$12.5 B 63 hedge funds United States
76

Robert Kuok

$12.5 B 89 diversified Malaysia
78

Miuccia Prada

$12.4 B 63 Prada Italy
79

Ronald Perelman

$12.2 B 70 leveraged buyouts United States
80

Anne Cox Chambers

$12 B 93 media United States
81

Stefan Quandt

$11.9 B 46 BMW Germany
82

Ananda Krishnan

$11.7 B 74 telecoms Malaysia
82

Alejandro Santo Domingo Davila

$11.7 B 36 beer Colombia
82

James Simons

$11.7 B 74 hedge funds United States
82

Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi

$11.7 B 68 drinks Thailand
86

Zong Qinghou

$11.6 B 67 beverages China
87

Dirce Navarro De Camargo & family

$11.5 B construction Brazil
87

John Fredriksen

$11.5 B 68 shipping Cyprus
89

Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor & family

$11.4 B 61 real estate United Kingdom
90

Harold Hamm

$11.3 B 67 oil & gas United States
91

Rupert Murdoch

$11.2 B 81 News Corp United States
91

John Paulson

$11.2 B 57 hedge funds United States
91

Azim Premji

$11.2 B 67 software India
94

Ernesto Bertarelli & family

$11 B 47 biotech, investments Switzerland
94

Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken

$11 B 58 Heineken Netherlands
94

Hans Rausing

$11 B 86 packaging Sweden
94

Jack Taylor & family

$11 B 90 Enterprise Rent-A-Car United States
98

Lui Che Woo

$10.7 B 83 gaming Hong Kong
98

Laurene Powell Jobs & family

$10.7 B 49 Apple, Disney United States
100

Eike Batista

$10.6 B 56 mining, oil Brazil
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