Top 10 Richest Women In The World With The Astonishing Net Worth

It’s interesting to look into the list of the richest people in the world. Although everyone loves to know the list of top 10 richest men in the world. But in the wake of women’s empowerment and the rising aura of women worldwide, here we present the list of the top 10 richest women in the world which will undoubtedly be more motivating and exciting for you.

Let’s look at the list of the top 10 wealthiest ladies this year and their net worth.


Susanne Klatten – $18.6 Billion

Susanne Klatten is tenth on the richest women list with a net value of $18.6 billion. She collected her wealth from different shares in BMW, SGL, Altana, etc. She accumulated her shares in BMW directly from her parents after they passed, and she helped convert her grandpa’s company Altana into a thriving chemicals company.


Yang Huiyan – $22.5 Billion

Belongs to Country Garden Group, a property development company, Yang Huiyan receives 55% of shares in her father Yang Guoqiang’s company. Due to her net worth of $22.5 billion, she’s the ninth richest woman in the world. Moreover, it is the youngest billionaire in Asia at the age of 40 years. 


Iris Fontbona- $23.1 Billion

Iris Fontbona holds the eighth position in the world’s list of richest women. She belongs to Chile and has a net worth of $23.1 billion. Fontbonne and her kids are in command of Antofagasta, a mining company dependent on Chile. She also holds most of Quiñenco, a corporation in Chile, and often works with charity.


Gina Reinhart – $25.2 Billion

Gina Rinehart is working as the Executive Chairperson for Hanock Prospecting. It is a mining company initially founded by her father. She is qualified to be the one to make it one of the most dominant mining companies in the world, offering her a net worth of $25.2 billion.


Miriam Adelson – $25.6 Billion

Wife of business tycoon Sheldon Adelson, Miriam Adelson initially obtained a significant amount of money and property from her husband. She is pretty famous for her political donations. She’s mainly known for her wealth in her widespread ownership of Las Vegas Sands, which lets her earn more than $25.6 billion.


MacKenzie Scott – $46.1 Billion

MacKenzie Scott or MacKenzie Scott Bezos is number five in the race of the richest women in the world. She has a net worth of $46.1 billion. Scott received her fortune after her divorce from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. She is earning four percent of the stake in Amazon, which makes billions. 


Jacqueline Mars – $48.8 Billion

Belongs to Mars Food Group, Jacqueline Mars has inherited her fortune directly from the family company. At present, she and her two brothers are proficiently handling the company. They have a net worth of $48.8 billion, making her one of the richest women in the world.

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Julia Koch – $56.9 Billion

Julia Flesher Koch gained her wealth after the unexpected death of her husband, David H. Koch, who passed away in 2019. After that, she inherited more than 40% of Koch Industries, giving her a net worth of $56.9 billion. Apart from the sizeable amount in her bank account, this billionaire, socialite and philanthropist hold precious value and is known for her signature style, work, and humanitarianism.


Alice Walton – $62.7 Billion

Alice Walton, the only daughter of Walmart’s founder Mr. Sam Walton does not share the same capitalist spirit as her siblings. Despite this, she dabbled in art curating and unlocked the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, in 2011. Artworks from Andy Warhol and Norman Rockwell are shown in the museum.


Françoise Bettencourt Meyers – $74.1 Billion

Francoise Bettencourt Meyers (R) and her husband Jean-Pierre Meyers attend the ‘L’Oreal-UNESCO Awards 2015 for Women in Science at La Sorbonne on March 18, 2015 in Paris, France.

On the list of the richest woman in the world comes the name Françoise Bettencourt Meyers the top with a net worth of $74.1 billion. The prime source of her wealth is her grandfather’s business ventures, particularly from L’Oréal cosmetics. Now, she is working as the company chairperson, owning over 30% of the company share.

The list, as mentioned above, of the richest women in the world speaks about women’s empowerment. The list is concise as many women are engaged in the business field and earning substantially grand from their dedication to the work. 

The count of women billionaires is on rising and will lead to some shocking net worth by the end of this year.