Wealthy X, the global authority of on wealth and intelligence, has released its top 20 wealthiest people in the world list. All of individuals mentioned falls within the millennial age group.Eleven of the world’s top 20 wealthiest individuals under the age of 35 are from the U.S., while three are from China (including Hong Kong) and another three are from Switzerland.
Of the twenty millennials, the list features six women, with one snagging the third spot with an estimated net worth of US$5.9 billion.
The list commences with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg claiming the No. 1 spot. Zuckerberg, who boasts a fortune of US$41.6 billion, is joined on the list by fellow Facebook co-founders Dustin Moskovitz, who came in second place on the list, with an estimated net worth of US$9.3 billion as well as Eduardo Saverin, who ranks fourth with an estimated net worth of US$5.3 billion.
The entire list is as follows:
Mark Zuckerberg (31), co-founder of Facebook Net worth: $46.6 billion.
Dustin Aaron Moskovitz(31), founder of Asana, a web and mobile application designed to help teams track their work. Net worth: $9.3 billion.
Huiyan Yang (34), largest share holder of Country Garden Holdings. Net worth: $5.9 billion.
Eduardo Saverin (33), investor in 99.co, a map-based real estate portal Net worth: $5.3 billion.
Scott Daniel Duncan (32), investor and son of Dan Duncan, who founded an American natural gas and crude oil pipeline company. Net worth: $5 billion.
Elizabeth A. Holmes (31), CEO of Theranos, an American privately-held health-technology and medical-laboratory-services company. Net worth: $4.5 billion.
Nathan Blecharczyk (32),co-founder and chief technology officer of Airbnb. Net worth: $3 billion.
Brian Chesky (33),co-founder and CEO of Airbnb. Net worth: $3 billion.
Joe Gebbia (33), designer and co-founder of Airbnb. Net worth: $3 billion.
Thomas Persson (30), the youngest member of the family that made its fortune from global cheap chic retailer H&M. Net worth: $2.7 billion.
Fuli Zong (33),the purchasing manager at Wahaha and controls about 80 percent of the company of Hangzhou Wahaha Group. Net worth: $2.7 billion.
Xiang Sun (33), co-founder of Sinogiant Group, which partners with several companies in the financial, research and trading industries. Net worth: $2.6 billion.
Tatiana Casiraghi (31), a heiress and socialite married to Andrea Casiraghi, the eldest son of the Princess of Hanover. Net worth: $2.2 billion.
Julio Mario Santo Domingo III (30), a New York City disc jockey who inherited a massive fortune from his late grandfather and namesake, Julio Mario Santo Domingo. Net worth: $2.2 billion.
Even Spiegel (25),co-founder and CEO of the mobile application Snapchat. Net worth: $1.9 billion.
Bobby Murphy (26), co-founder and CEO of the mobile application Snapchat. Net worth: $1.9 billion.
Carl Erik Hagen (27), of the owners of Canica, one of the largest privately owned investment companies in Norway. Net worth: $1.5 billion.
Caroline Hagen Kjos (31), one of the owners of Canica, one of the largest privately owned investment companies in Norway. Net worth: $1.5 billion.
Nina Camille Hagen Serli (34), one of the owners of Canica, one of the largest privately owned investment companies in Norway. Net worth: $1.5 billion
Adrian Cheng (34), family own sChow Tai Fook Enterprises Ltd., a diversified, Hong Kong-based company engaged in the property development, hotel, casino, and more. Net worth $1.4 billion.