9 youngest billionaires, which is no more and 30
Among the richest people in the world, nine more are under and 30 years. Of course, not all of the youngest billionaires earned this state alone. However, not all of them even do business. This article explains who they are, these are the richest young people of the world the world than live and how they got rich.
Eva Maria Brown Luedicke - 29 years ($ 1, 4 billion)
Eva Maria Brown Luedicke - daughter Barbara Brown Luedicke, supervisory board member of the medical company B. Braun Melsungen AG. At one time it was a small medical company, but through the efforts of who bought it in 1977, George Brown, the company has become the largest producer of medical equipment. Ludwig himself - a cousin of Barbara Brown Luedicke.
Walton Lucas - 29 years ($ 10, 4 billion),
Father Lucas died in 2005 and left his son shares in Wal-Mart and a major retailer company First Solar. The total value of these securities over $ 10 billion, despite the fact that Lucas got only a third of all his father's condition. However, in the business of the newly-made billionaire is not involved.
Wang Han - 28 years ($ 1, 3 billion)
In 2004, BH Han inherited carrier Juneyao Air from his deceased father. Billionaire owns 27% of the airline, whose shares are very strongly rose in price after a successful exit for an IPO. Besides Wang Han owns 14% of the chain of department stores, which are also included in the holding company of his father.
Bobby Murphy - 27 years ($ 1, 8 billion)
In 2011, Bobby Murphy and his college friend Evan Spiegel created Snapchat app for sharing photos and videos that self-destruct in 10 seconds. Becoming very popular all over the world has brought a wealth of services to its founders.
Ludwig Theodore Braun - 26 years ($ 1, 2 billion)
Ludwig Theodor Brown owns 9, 69% of family-owned company B. Braun Melsungen AG, which in 1977 was headed by his father, Ludwig Georg Braun. Over the decades, George Brown managed to turn B. Braun Melsungen AG in the largest producer of medical equipment.
Evan Spiegel - ($ 2, 1 billion) 25
Evan Spiegel was born and raised in a family of wealthy lawyers in Malibu. During his studies at Stanford University, he met his future partners Bobby Murphy and Reggie Brown. Together they created a Snapchat - mobile service in which users share self-destructing messages. The app instantly gained popularity. In 2013 Snaphat tried to buy Facebook for $ 3 billion, but Spiegel rejected the offer. At the moment, the service more than 100 million users.
Gustav Magnar Vitzo - ($ 1, 1 billion) '22
Gustav Magnar - another "billionaire inherited." His father gave him all their shares of Class "B" company Salmar ASA, which is Norway's largest salmon producer. Although the existence of a serious share already makes Gustav billionaire, the company is still run by his father.
Catherine Anderson - 20 ($ 1, 2 billion)
His state is obliged to state Andersen family tobacco business. Praprapradedushka Catherine founded it in 1849 and eventually became the largest manufacturer of cigarettes in Norway. In 2005, Andersen sold their company as they say, "for ethical reasons." The deal brought home $ 500 million. Money has been invested in private equity funds and hedge funds. In 2007, Alexandra's father has translated more than 80% of the shares of his company Ferd Holding on daughters name. However, the father still personally supervises the company, but shares in the company is already doing its billionaires daughters. And the youngest in the world.
Alexander Andersen - 19 years ($ 1, 2 billion)
The younger sister of Catherine, Alexander, as well as Catherine's father owns 42% of the company, however, in contrast to Alexander does not show any interest in the business. It is professionally engaged in riding and want to associate with the sport his life.