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News: Italian Clemente, 18-Year-Old Tops List of 15 Youngest Billionaires in the World in 2023, as 4 Nigerians make Forbes U30 Africa business leaders

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Clemente Del Vecchio

18-year-old Italian, Clemente Del Vecchio, has made history by topping Forbes’ list of youngest billionaires for 2023.

According to legit.ng, checks show that as of Saturday, April 8, 2023, Vecchio who deals in eyeglasses has a net worth of $3.7 billion.

After the passing of his father, Leonardo Del Vecchio, Clemente received a 12.5% stake in Delfin, his father’s holding company based in Luxembourg. Prior to his father’s demise in 2022, EssilorLuxottica, the company owned by Del Vecchio, held the title of the world’s largest eyeglasses manufacturer.

READ: News: Forbes list Africa #30 Under 30

Full list of youngest billionaires and net worth in 2023 Forbes’ list of youngest billionaires also includes 14 billionaires who are under 30 years old as at April 2023.

Clemente Del Vecchio ($3.7bn) Eyeglasses – 18 years

Kim Jung-youn ($1.8 bn) Online gaming – 19 years

Kevin David Lehmann ($2.4bn) Drugstores – 20 years

Luca Del Vecchio ($3.7bn) Eyeglasses – 21 years

Kim Jung-min ($1.8bn) Online gaming – 21 years

Gustav Magnar Witzoe ($2.9bn) Fish farming – 29 years

Mark Mateschitz ($35.5bn) Red Bull – 30 years

Michal Strnad ($2.1bn) Defense Contracting – 30 years

Palmer Luckey ($1.8bn) Virtual reality – 30 years

Ben Francis ($1.3bn) Fitness clothing – 30 years

W. Zelong ($1.3bn) Chemicals – 26 years

Alexandra Andresen ($1.5bn) Investments – 26 years

Leonardo Maria Del Vecchio ($3.7bn) Eyeglasses – 27 years

Katharina Andresen ($1.5bn) Investments – 27 years

Ryan Breslow ($1.1bn) E-commerce software – 28 years.

READ: Tourism: For the 10th year, Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote tops Forbes Africa’s Billionaires’ List 2021 as 5 South Africans, 5 Egyptians others join

Forbes names 4 Nigerians in Africa business leaders under 30
list In another development, Forbes released its list of promising business leaders in Africa, and four Nigerian youths made the list.

 

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