A horse rider from Norway has become the world’s youngest
billionaire after amassing a $1.2billion fortune at the age of just 19. Forbes
magazine has named Alexandra Andresen, a professional dressage competitor, on
their list of people from around the world worth at least one billion dollars.
aged 20, have appeared on the list and they are ranked as the 1,475th richest
people in the world.
father Johan F. Andresen transferred his stake in Norway’s biggest company,
Ferd Holdings, to his daughters in 2007.
her great, great, great grandfather founded Norway’s biggest cigarette
then invested in property and hedge funds.
the company Ferd Holdings to Miss Andresen and her sister.
they both now are above 17 and are required to publish their tax returns,
meaning their personal fortunes were made public.
appears to be more at home with her horses and lives in Germany where she rides
European Junior Riders Championships.
a personal fortune of $75billion. He is followed by Zara owner Amancio Ortego
and then business magnate Warren Buffet.