Who are the richest women in the world: 19 Italians also appear in the ranking of billionaires

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Who are the richest women in the world: 19 Italians also appear in the ranking of billionaires

According to a study carried out by City Index, 19 of the richest women in the world are Italian: leading the group of billionaires in our country is Massimiliana Landini Aleotti, owner of the Menarini pharmaceutical group, followed by Miuccia Prada.

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From right: Miuccia Prada, Massimiliana Landini Aleotti and Nicoletta Zampillo.

In the ranking of the richest women in the world, 19 are Italian. This is what emerges from the new study on female billionaires carried out in view of International Women's Day by the brokerage firm City Index based on data collected by Forbes .

From what emerges, the United States is the country with the largest number of women with over 1 billion in assets, but Italy also does its part, placing itself in fourth place, after China and Germany.

Francoise Bettencourt Meyers.

Francoise Bettencourt Meyers.

However, the list of the richest women on the planet is opened by a Frenchwoman. This is Francoise Bettencourt Meyers, heiress to the L'Oreal empire, who, looking at the Forbes list as of March 5, 2024, has assets of $97.4 billion . In second place is Alice Walton , heiress of the Walmart chain: 71.5 billion. Closing the podium is New Yorker Julia Koch, of Koch Industries: 61.4 billion.

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Leading the group of Italians is Massimiliana Landini Aleotti , owner of the Menarini pharmaceutical group and with assets of 7.5 billion dollars. Followed by the designer Miuccia Prada, with a fortune of 5.6 billion dollars and Nicoletta Zampillo, widow of Leonardo Del Vecchio , and the daughters of the founder of Luxottica Marisa Del Vecchio and Paola Del Vecchio.

Massimiliana Landini Aleotti.

Massimiliana Landini Aleotti.

Also among the billionaires on the planet are Giuliana Benetton , co-founder of the group of the same name, and Susan Carol Holland, Italian-British president of Amplifon, with assets of around 3.3 billion dollars, together with Isabella Seràgnoli , head of Coesia, with assets of 3.2 billion. A little further down is Alessandra Garavoglia, board member of the Campari Group.

Closing the ranking are the Italians Giuliana and Marina Caprotti: they are the second wife and daughter of Bernardo Caprotti, founder of Esselunga who died in 2016. They have assets of 1.2 billion dollars each.

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