Today, with the trend of the global economic crisis, there is a decline in the profits of thousands of companies around the world, however this is not the case for several of the world’s most successful women millionaires, who have received entire fortunes, either from their financial success or their inheritance-based fortunes.
This list shows some of the richest women in the world.
La empresaria Alice Walton
The only daughter of walmart’s founder, Sam Walton, heir to the business fortune, is one of the world’s most successful women millionaires. A US citizen, she has an estimated $54.4 billion to date, ranking first among the world’s richest women.
Currently, this woman does not work at walmart, she operates a foundation to support charter schools, and she allocates $300 million in vouchers to support the education of these schools.
Françoise Bettencourt Meyers
This woman is the granddaughter of L’oréal founder Eugène Schueller, receiving the inheritance from her grandfather in 2017, when her mother Liliane Bettencourt died.
He currently lost 400 million dollars as a result of the 12% drop in the company’s shares, produced by the coronavirus. It is known that the company started a department producing alcohol gel to help health authorities in France and other European countries.
Heir to the Koch Industries fortune, the product of the death of her husband David in August 2019, at the age of 79, an American citizen, she owns a fortune valued at 38.2 billion dollars.
An American citizen, this woman makes her fortune after her divorce from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, getting a quarter of the shares in 2019 of one of the largest e-commerce companies in the world.
The award-winning novelist, by May 2019, signs the Giving Pledge organization, where she promises to donate half of her fortune to charity.
This American woman inherits a third of the fortune generated by the MyM company, in addition to the milky way candy bars, which receive a profit range of 35,000 million dollars a year in sales.
Jacqueline, worked 20 years of his life in the company MyM, becoming part of the management, retiring in 2016, currently owns the amount of $ 27.7 billion in capital and shares of the company.
A Chinese national, the 38-year-old owns 57% and is the director of Country Garden, a real estate development company founded and established by her father and listed in Hong Kong. Yang currently holds an estimated $20.3 billion in capital.
Currently, the company helped build robotic feeding stations to support the feeding of health professionals in Wuhan during the pandemic season produced by Covid 19.