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Forbes’ 2022 World’s Billionaires List Revealed! These Are The Youngest Billionaires On The List

Forbes' 2022 World's Billionaires List Revealed! These Are The Youngest Billionaires On The List

Age is just a number! Traveling around the entire world and owning conglomerate companies or investing in them, some youngsters proved the saying.

Oh! If you think everyone is a self-made billionaire then you need to read the entire article to know about the luckiest ones, the ones who inherited the wealth from their family.

Here among the 2668 billionaires making up Forbes, we will list the Top 10 Youngest Billionaires in the World 2022. Together, this entire group including 2 delivery magnates, 4 Stanford dropouts and a crypto whiz represents half a percent of the whole lot.

List of Top 10 Youngest Billionaires 

Some of these billionaires have worked really hard to stand where they do today. Whereas, a few of them have inherited from their ancestors. The youngest billionaires list in 2022 is as follows:

1. Evan Spiegel

Evan Spiegel

Age: 31 years

Net worth: $3.2 billion

Country: United States

Evan is the CEO and the co-founder of the Social media company based in America, Snap inc. He launched this company along with Bobby Murphy and he has already donated $280+ million in its stock.

2. Anna Kasprzak

Anna Kasprzak

Age: 29 years

Net worth: $1.5 billion

Country: Germany

Anna is the heirs of the Denmark shoe company, Eco shoe Empire. The revenue generated from the company is more than 2 billion dollars per year. Last year it gave a dividend, in which $20 million went to her.

3. Sam Bankman-Fried

Sam Bankman-Fried

Age: 29 years

Net worth: $19.8 billion

Country: United States

In 2019, he launched his exchange, FTX. It is one of the competitive companies for selling and buying derivatives of crypto. In 2021, the valuation done by the investors was $18 billion for the company. This helped him become one of the wealthiest youngsters in the world.

4. Gary Wang

Gary Wang

Age: 28 years

Net worth: $8.7 billion

Country: United States

He is an MIT graduate. Gary is the current Chief Technology Officer of FTX. Wang owns 16% of the total exchange, raising four hundred million million at a $32 billion valuation. He also worked at Google, building systems to aggregate prices across many flights.

5. Ryan Breslow

Ryan Breslow

Age: 27 years

Net worth: $2 billion

Country: United States

Ryan was a Stanford student and he dropped out of college to build the ‘one click’ checkout tech company Bolt. Now he seems to assume the role of an executive chairman in the company.

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6. Pedro Franceschi

Pedro Franceschi

Age: 25 years

Net worth: $1.5billion

Country: Brazil

He is the co-CEO of Brex. He met Henrique in a Twitter argument. They attended Stanford for less than a year and started their venture in 2017. In 2013, they also launched a payment start-up, Pagar. me, which they later sold to a larger Brazilian rival in 2015.

7.  Andy Fang

Andy Fang

Age: 29 years

Net worth: $1.1 billion

Country: United States

Andy is a tech entrepreneur. He is the CFO of a food delivery app, DoorDash. He owns a stake of 4% in the company whose shares get listed on the New York Stock Exchange in early December 2020.

8.  Alexandra Andresen

Alexandra Andresen

Age: 25 years

Net worth: $1.3 billion

Country: Norway

Alexandra became the youngest billionaire on the planet in 2016 at the age of 19. She held the position for 3 consecutive years on the Forbes list. She is the sister of Katherina and the daughter of Johan H. Andresen, the Norwegian industrialist. She also holds a stake of 42% in Ferd AS.

9.  Wang Zelong

Wang Zelong

Age: 25 years

Net worth: $1.5 million

Country: China

He is the youngest billionaire in Asia. He inherited a stake of more than $1.3 billion in a chemical company, 

10.  Kevin David Lehmann

Kevin David Lehmann

Age: 19 years

Net worth: $2.4 billion

Country: Germany

He is the world’s youngest billionaire of 2022. Kevin owns 50% of Germany’s leading drugstore chain, the drogerie markt. The Company was started by Goetz Werner in 1973. In 1974, Guenther invested in dm. Then in 2017, he transferred his 50% stake to Kevin David.

 The market’s twists and turns, ups and downs all have contributed to the making of the above list. When some of the top billionaires lost their positions, new young minds entered the crowd and made their name.

Even if there are some, who are not self-made, still they do work hard to retain their place and fortune. Who knows in the future, they will get to the top of the list. What do you think about the ones who inherited their wealth from their family and got a place on the list? Well, now you know the world’s youngest billionaires. A majority of them have worked really hard to reach here. They have worked hard day and night to gain the title of a billionaire.  Is your favorite billionaire on the list?

About the author


Steven Ly

Steven Ly is the Startup Program and Events Manager at TheNextHint Inc. She recruits rockstar startups for all TC events including Disrupt, meetups, Sessions, and more both domestically and internationally. Previously, she helped produce Dreamforce with Salesforce and Next '17 with Google. Prior to that, she was on the advertising teams at both Facebook and AdRoll, helping support advertisers in North America and helped grow those brands globally. Outside of work, Priya enjoys Flywheel, tacos, the 49ers, and adventuring around the globe.

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