Top Billionaires in the world of 2016
4 January 1909), who had a net worth valued at $3.2 billion (£1.6 billion) when listed on Forbes.com on 8 March 2007, aged 98 years 63 days. The roots of the family's fortune go back to 1849, when one of their forebears bought a tobacco company to add to his shipping and investment business. Her Instagram isn't filled with glamorous selfies in exotic locations - rather most are of her training with her horses. Ferd Holding dominatingly oversees speculative stock investments and Alexandra's family likewise possesses a tobacco organization.
While the three youngest billionaires on the list all inherited their families' fortunes, Forbes identified Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel as the youngest "self-made" billionaire on the list. Her entry to the prestigious list comes at a time when everybody is raving about the top 10 richest persons of the world, with majority being above 60 years in age. Aged 11, Andresens studied at the Forres Sandle Manor boarding school in Fordingbridge for a year before continuing her education in Oslo, according to The Telegraph.
The teen competes in the elite equestrian sport of dressage and her photo stream is a testament to her love of and investment in horses. She told Eurodressage in 2015: "This is what I want to do the rest of my life, ride!"
Meanwhile, older sister Katharina is now in university, studying social science at Amsterdam University College. The firm is now operated as holding company with six business areas, including hedge funds and real estate. But on their return to Norway, they were enrolled into a local Norwegian state school, and their father insisted that they buy second-hand cars, reported The Telegraph. 22-year-old Gustav Magnar Vitzoe owns a 47 per cent stake in Salmar ASA, one of the world's biggest farmed salmon producers.
Their father, Johan H. Andersen, gave away 80% of his stakes to his two daughters, launching them onto Forbes's billionaire list.