Connect with us

News

See the list of 26 billionaires who died in 2022

billionaires
Spread the love

According to Forbes, the late billionaires include tycoons who made their fortunes in everything from real estate and hedge funds to orange juice and Red Bull.

They were part of the 2,668 billionaires who made the Forbes list of the World’s Billionaires in 2022.

Advertisement

Here are the 26 billionaires who died in 2022:

1. John Arrillaga
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $2.6 billion
Died: January 2022 at age 84

2. Alberto Bailleres
Citizenship: Mexico
Net worth at death: $8.6 billion
Died: February 2022 at age 90

Advertisement

3. Rahul Bajaj
Citizenship: India
Net worth at death: $8.2 billion
Died: February 2022 at age 83

4. Pierre Bellon
Citizenship: France
Net worth at death: $4.2 billion
Died: January 2022 at age 92

5. Robert Brockman
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $4.7 billion
Died: August 2022 at age 81

Advertisement

6. José Luis Cutrale
Citizenship: Brazil
Net worth at death: $1.9 billion
Died: August 2022 at age 75

7. Leonardo Del Vecchio
Citizenship: Italy
Net worth at death: $24.8 billion
Died: June 2022 at age 87

8. Clement Fayat
Citizenship: France
Net worth at death: $1.1 billion
Died: July 2022 at age 90

Advertisement

9. Fong Yun Wah
Citizenship: Hong Kong
Net worth at death: $2.3 billion
Died: January 2022 at age 97

10. Donald Foss
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $1.7 billion
Died: August 2022 at age 78

11. Allan Goldman
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $2.8 billion
Died: January 2022 at age 78

Advertisement

12. David “Sandy” Gottesman
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $2.9 billion
Died: September 2022 at age 96

13. Heidi Horten
Citizenship: Austria
Net worth at death: $2.9 billion
Died: June 2022 at age 81

14. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala
Citizenship: India
Net worth at death: $5.8 billion
Died: August 2022 at age 62

Advertisement

15. Edward “Ned” Johnson III
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $10.1 billion
Died: March 2022 at age 91

16. Kim Jung-ju
Citizenship: South Korea
Net worth at death: $10.9 billion
Died: February 2022 at age 54

17. Herbert Kohler Jr.
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $8.8 billion
Died: September 2022 at age 83

Advertisement

18. Rudy Ma
Citizenship: Taiwan
Net worth at death: $3.3 billion
Died: October 2022 at age 82

19. Dietrich Mateschitz
Citizenship: Austria
Net worth at death: $20.2 billion
Died: October 2022 at age 78

20. Pallonji Mistry
Citizenship: India
Net worth at death: $15 billion
Died: June 2022 at age 93

Advertisement

21. Michael Price
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $1.3 billion
Died: March 2022 at age 70

22. Julian Robertson
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $4.8 billion
Died: August 2022 at age 90

23. Vito Rodriguez Rodriguez
Citizenship: Peru
Net worth at death: $1.3 billion
Died: June 2022 at age 83

Advertisement

24. Lily Safra
Citizenship: Monaco
Net worth at death: $1.3 billion
Died: July 2022 at age 87

25. Fayez Sarofim
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $1.5 billion
Died: May 2022 at age 93

26. Robert Toll
Citizenship: U.S.
Net worth at death: $1.3 billion
Died: October 2022 at age 81

Advertisement

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

News

JUST IN: IMF ask CBN to extend Feb 10 deadline for old naira notes

IMF
Spread the love

By Francesca Iwambe

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to extend the February 10 deadline for the use of old naira notes if the difficulties in getting new notes persist.

Advertisement

According to the IMF, the call become necessary as the development had led to the disruptions to trade and payments due to the shortage of new noted in the bank.

The call was contained in a statement made available to journalists on Wednesday.

“In light of hardships caused by disruptions to trade and payments due to the shortage of new bank notes available to the public, in spite of measures introduced by the CBN to mitigate the challenges in the banknote swap process, the IMF encourages the CBN to consider extending the deadline, should problems persist in the next few days leading up to the February 10, 2023 deadline,” the statement reads.

Advertisement

Continue Reading

News

BREAKING: Supreme Court suspends February 10 deadline for naira swap

court
Spread the love

By Francesca Iwambe, Abuja

The Supreme Court of Nigeria has restrained the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Federal Government from ending the legal tender statuses of old N200, N500 and N1000 banknotes on February 10, 2023.

Advertisement

The apex court made the order following the suit filed by three State governments challenging the Naira swap policy.

Recall that governments of Kaduna, Zamfara and Kogi States had approached the Supreme Court seeking an order to stop the policy.

Naijablitznews.com will bring you more details shortly

Advertisement

Continue Reading

News

CBN captures more Communities as currency swap is continuous in Taraba

dark horse, CBN, cash
Spread the love

Emmanuel Awari-Jalingo

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), on Friday extend her currency swap exercise to more Communities of Yorro, Ardo-Kola and Ibi local government areas of Taraba state.

Advertisement

The Director Financial System Strategy, Central Bank of Nigeria, Ibrahim Hassan who disclosed this to our correspondent in Jalingo said, the development was in continuation of the CBN initiative targeted at ensuring that all rural dwellers in Taraba have their old naira notes swapped to new ones or deposited in banks before the extended CBN deadline for currency swap.

Hassan noted that the currency Swap Initiative was to help save communities who do not have access to bank, swap their old naira notes to the new notes.

“Just as we have been doing to ensure that people in the rural Communities of Taraba who do not have access to Bank have their old naira notes swap to new ones. CBN delegation have been drafted to more Communities of Yorro, Ardo-Kola and Ibi local to ensure success of the initiative.

Advertisement

“CBN delegation for Yorro is led by Mr Jackson Imandi, the Deputy Director, the one Ardo-Kola is led by Mr. Kazeem Olatinmu while the one in Ibi local government is been led by the CBN Head of Banking Services in Taraba State, Hayatu Yahaya Shehu to ensure the villagers gain advantage of the Ten days extension for the currency swap” Hassan explained.

When contacted, the chief of Mumuye in Yorro local government, Ado Adamu Manang, that of Ibi, Abubakar Salihu Danbaw and some beneficiary of the exercise in Ardo-Kola local government, Mohammed Musa, Hafsatu Babangida and Isa Mahmud, commended the central Bank of Nigeria for the exercise as it was the best for villagers and promised to help create massive awareness for people to swap their old naira notes to the new ones.

According to them, businesses were already collapsing as people were no longer accepting the old naira notes even before the extended window.

Advertisement

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Advertisement

Most Read Stories