Bloomberg: the richest people in the automotive industryOctober 13, 2019
This list includes businessmen from the USA, Europe and Asia.
Bloomberg has published a ranking of the richest people who own shares in car manufacturers and car dealers.
The first line of the ranking was taken by Bill Gates, who is the creator of Microsoft. Gates owns shares of the auto dealer AutoNation in the amount of $ 914.55 million, which is 0.9% of his total fortune, which is estimated at $ 105 billion.
Larry Ellison, the founder of Oracle, takes second place in the rating. He owns one of the largest shares in Tesla, the cost of shares is estimated from $ 730.77 million to one billion dollars, which is 1.3% of the businessman’s total fortune at 58, 5 billion dollars.
Tesla CEO Ilon Musk is in third place, with a total value of $ 8.3 billion worth of shares, which is 36.9% of the total net worth of $ 22 billion.
On the fourth line is Pallongi Mystry, who is a construction magnate. He holds shares in Tata Motors Ltd. totaling $ 302.7 million.
Fifth place went to Suzanne Klatten, who is the owner of BMW shares for $ 8.76 billion.
The top 10 also included: Stefan Quandt, a shareholder of BMW with a fortune of $ 14.8 billion, Li Shufu, a shareholder of Geely Automobile Holding and Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, his fortune is estimated at 10.6 billion dollars, Georg Schaeffer owns shares Continental AG, Schaefller AG; Blair Parry-Okeden, owner of Cox Automotive shares, his fortune is estimated at 7.84 billion dollars; as well as James Kennedy, who owns shares in Cox Automotive and his fortune is estimated at 7.84 billion dollars.
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