youngest billionaire in the world ‘earned’ an average of R$763 thousand per day since she was born

youngest billionaire in the world ‘earned’ an average of R$763 thousand per day since she was born
youngest billionaire in the world ‘earned’ an average of R$763 thousand per day since she was born
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The youngest billionaire in the world, Livia Voigt, 19 years old, is Brazilian. According to Forbesshe accumulates a fortune of US$1.1 billion – around R$5.5 billion -, the result of her minority stake in the industrial machinery multinational Weg, co-founded by her late grandfather, Werner Ricardo Voigt.

Born on July 10, 2004, It’s as if she had earned an average of R$763,000 per day, every day of her life. The young woman is from Santa Catarina and is currently studying psychology at a university.

Other billionaires

His older sister, Dora Voigt de Assis, 26, also appears on the list of the 10 youngest billionaires in the world with a similar fortune. Both have 3.1% of the company, which is one of the largest manufacturers of electric motors in the world.

For the first time, all the billionaires on the list, under the age of 30, are heirs. The richest among them are the Mistry brothers from Ireland, aged 25 and 27. They have around US$4.9 billion (R$24.7 billion) each, coming from minority stakes in the IT and communications company Tata Sons, after the death of their father, Cyrus Mistry.

Still according to the Forbes ranking, the majority of the youngest billionaires are from Europe: 15. The other 10 are from Brazil, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan and the United States.

Check out the 10 youngest billionaires, according to Forbes:

  1. Livia Voigt – 19 years old. US$1.1 billion (R$5.5 billion). Brazil. Source of wealth: Industrial Machinery – WEG
  2. Clemente Del Vecchio – 19 years old. US$4.7 billion (R$23.7 billion). Italy. Source of wealth: Eyeglasses market
  3. Kim Jung-youn – 20 years. US$1.4 billion (R$7 billion). South Korea. Source of wealth: Online gaming
  4. Kevin David Lehmann – 21 years. US$3.3 billion (R$16.6 billion). Germany. Source of wealth: Pharmacies
  5. Kim Jung-min – 22 years. US$1.4 billion (R$7 billion); South Korea. Source of wealth: Online gaming
  6. Luca Del Vecchio – 22 years. US$4.7 billion (R$23.7 billion). Italy. Source of wealth: Eyeglasses market
  7. Remi Dassault – 22 years. US$2.5 billion (R$12.6 billion). France. Source of wealth: Inheritance
  8. Zahan Mistry – 25 years. US$4.9 billion (R$24.7 billion). Ireland. Source of wealth: Participation in the Tata Sons conglomerate and various inheritances
  9. Dora Voigt of Assisi – 26 years. US$1.1 billion (R$5.5 billion). Brazil. Source of wealth: Industrial Machinery – WEG
  10. Firoz Mistry – 27 years. US$4.9 billion (R$24.7 billion); Ireland. Source of wealth: Participation in the Tata Sons conglomerate and various inheritances

Source: Redação Terra

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