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This is How Much World’s Richest Family Goes Richer by Everyday

The Waltons of Walmart are still the world’s richest family with a total wealth of $191 billion, according to last year’s wealthiest families report published in June. To reach a total of $191 billion, the Waltons of Walmart increased their fortune by 39 billion. The Waltons rake up to $70,000 per minute, $4 million per hour and $100 million a day, according to report by Bloomberg. 25 of the richest families in the world collected $1.4 trillion in total wealth, which increased by 24% from 2018. After the world’s richest family, comes the Mars family with worth $126.5 billion, making it the second richest family in the world. Research director Rebecca Gooch at Campden Wealth said, “It can be very challenging to preserve wealth over the long-term.” “Family-owned operating businesses can shift from booming to declining, a family’s investment portfolio might not be well-diversified or there can be issues with generational transitions,” added Gooch. The richest families in the world have gained a total of $250 billion in wealth since last year.

Here’s the list of top 25 world’s richest families.

  1. Walton of Walmart – $190.5 billion
  2. Mars of Mars – $126.5 billion
  3. Koch of Koch Industries – $124.5 billion
  4. Al Saud – $100 billion
  5. Wertheimer of Chanel – $57.6 billion
  6. Hermes of Hermes – $53.1 billion
  7. Van Damme, De Spoelberch, De Mevius of Anheuser-Busch InBev – $52.9 billion
  8. Boehringer, Von Baumbach of Boehringer Ingelheim – $51.9 billion
  9. Ambani of Reliance Industries – $50.4 billion
  10. Cargill, MacMillan of Cargill – $42.9 billion
  11. Thomson of Thomson Reuters – $39.1 billion
  12. Kwok of Sun Hung Kai Properties – $38 billion
  13. Chearavanont of Charoen Pokphand Group – $37.9 billion
  14. Johnson (Fidelity) of Fidelity Investments – $37.4 billion
  15. Cox of Cox Enterprises – $36.9 billion
  16. Quandt of BMW – $35 billion
  17. Pritzker of Hyatt Hotels – $33.7 billion
  18. Mulliez of Auchan – $33 billion
  19. Johnson (SC) of SC Johnson – $33 billion
  20. Albrecht of Aldi – $32.6 billion
  21. Rausing of Tetra Laval –  $32.5 billion
  22. Hartono of Bank Central Asia – $32.5 billion
  23. Lauder of Estee Lauder – $32.3 billion
  24. Hoffman, Oeri of Rache – $31.3 billion
  25. Ferrero of Ferrero – $29.8 billion

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