Düsseldorf Forbes magazine lists the world’s richest people. Some Germans can also be found there. You can see an overview of who reached the rating.
Forbes magazine currently lists 2,668 billionaires. 134 of them are from Germany. The founder of Lidl, Dieter Schwartz, ranked first among the richest Germans with a fortune estimated at US$47.2 billion (about €43 billion), followed by businessman Klaus Michael Kohn with US$40.3 billion (about €37 billion) and Aldi Sud heirs Pyat Hester and Karl Albrecht Junior. 39.6 billion US dollars (36.3 billion euros). But seven new faces from Germany also made the list.
- Francine von Fink and family
Francine von Fink ranks 254th among the richest people. The wealth of August von Fink’s widow is estimated at 8.4 billion US dollars (about 7.7 billion euros).
After several places, Nadja Thiele becomes the next new German billionaire in the 1238th rank. She owns 2.5 billion US dollars (about 2.3 billion euros).
- Alexander and Konstantin Sixt
In 2021, car rental businessman Eric Sixt handed over his company to his two sons Alexander and Konstantin. Each inherited $1.3 billion, which puts them in the 2190th place in the Forbes rating.
Also new to the list is self-made billionaire investor and billionaire Christian Angermayr. He is one of two new billionaires from Germany who did not inherit their fortune. Angermayer comes in with about 1.2 billion US dollars (about 1.1 billion euros) and its place is 2324.
The founder of the Swiss sports data company Sportradar Carsten Koerl is one of the new German billionaires. With a fortune of 1.2 billion US dollars (about 1.1 billion euros), he landed like Angermayer at number 2324.
The main contributor to Hamburger Helm AG Stephan Schnabel can also be found in the “Forbes” rating of billionaires. The CEO of Helm AG has placed 2578 and it is currently valued at US$1 billion.
You can read more about the new German billionaires in the information section.
Here is the information link: These are the new German billionaires