Jeff Bezos has been dethroned! The list of the richest people in the world is on the agenda with the stamp of Bernard Arnault.
Significant changes continue to occur in the list of the richest business people in the world. Chamber giant Bernard Arnault, who passed billionaire businessman Elon Musk and took second place in recent weeks, surpassed Amazon’s owner Jeff Bezos with a fortune of $ 186.3 billion and became the new owner of the throne.
The cutthroat race on the “World’s richest business people” list, known as the most prestigious list of the business world, continues. Finally, sensational events continue to occur in the list, which has undergone significant changes last week.
Finally, the first-place throne also changed hands, with the net worth of French businessman Bernard Arnault reaching $ 186.3 billion. The title of the richest person in the world has thus changed hands from Jeff Bezos, the owner of Amazon.
DEVELOPMENT IN LOUIS VUITTON SHARES
Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) shares began to strengthen slightly with this development. Arnault’s personal fortune also rose by more than $ 600 million, according to Forbes. LVMH’s market value has also increased to $ 320 billion.
PASSED BEZOS WITH 300 MILLION DOLLARS
The fashion tycoon Arnault has increased his fortune by over $ 110 million in just 14 months. Billionaire businessman Jeff Bezos passed with just $ 300 million.
ELON MUSK ALSO LEFT BEHIND
The rapid rise of Arnault, whose billionaire businessman Elon Musk has also been placed in second place in the past weeks and has settled in second place, cannot be stopped.
OWN FAMOUS BRANDS
Arnault, 72, has seen his fortune grew by more than $ 110 million in the past 14 months, thanks to French luxury goods firm LVMH, which owns brands such as Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Christian Dior and Givenchy in its portfolio of more than 70 luxury brands.
Bernard Arnault Net Worth
Bernard Arnault Net Worth and Salary: Bernard Arnault is a French tycoon who has a total assets of $165 billion dollars. His total assets makes him probably the most extravagant individual on the planet behind individuals like Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. He is the director and CEO of the world’s biggest extravagance products organization, LVMH.
Early Life: Bernard Jean Étienne Arnault was brought into the world on March 5, 1949, in Roubaix, France. His dad, Jean Léon Arnault, was a producer and an alum of École Centrale Paris. His mom, Marie-Josèphe Savinel, was the little girl of Étienne Savinel, who claimed the structural designing organization Ferret-Savinel. In 1950, Savinel gave the administration of Ferret-Savinel to his child in-law Jean Léon Arnault (Bernard’s dad), and later gave him responsibility for organization too. Bernard moved on from France’s top designing school, the École Polytechnique, in 1971.
Profession: Following his graduation in 1971, Arnault started working at his dad’s organization, Ferret-Savinel (which was recently possessed by his maternal granddad). He turned into the organization’s leader in 1978, and proceeded in that situation until 1984. While with Ferret-Savinel, he helped steer the organization away from development and progressively centered around land, which would end up being an effective business move. At that point, in 1984, he obtained the extravagance merchandise organization Financiere Agache, with the assistance of Antoine Bernheim. He became CEO of Financiere Agache, and afterward additionally assumed control over the material organization Boussac Saint-Freres. Boussac claimed numerous brands and stores, including the extravagance brand Christian Dior and the retail chain Le Bon Marche, and Arnault sold all the Boussac resource’s aside from those two.
In 1987 LVMH, a group of extravagance organizations that incorporates Christian Dior was begun, and Arnault got himself more fruitful than any time in recent memory because of his quick negotiating prudence. The combination was initially shaped when the extravagance style house Louis Vuitton converged with Moët Henessy in 1987. In July 1988, he contributed $1.5 billion and shaped a holding organization with Guinness to catch 24% of LVMH’s offers. Tales started coursing that the Louis Vuitton bunch planned to attempt to purchase up LVMH stock to frame a “impeding minority”, so to preemptively counter them Arnault spent another $600 million on 13.5% of LVMH shares. This move made him the biggest LVMH investor. He wasn’t done however, and in January 1989 he went through much more cash, this time $500 million, to purchase more offers. By at that point, he controlled an aggregate of 43.5% of LVMH’s offers, just as 35% of its democratic rights. Utilizing his control, he hindered the disassembly of the LVMH bunch, and has since driven the combination through a change that has situated it as one of the biggest driving extravagance bunches all throughout the planet.
Under Arnault, LVMH went through gigantic development. In eleven years, not exclusively did deals and benefit ascend by a factor of 5, the organization’s fairly estimated worth likewise duplicated by 15. Albeit the aggregate claims an enormous number of brands (75 all out as of June 2020), Arnault has kept on advancing a methodology that decentralizes the brands, which assists them to be seen as free brands and firms with their own accounts and stories. A portion of different brands under LVMH incorporate Céline (obtained in 1988); Berluti (in 1993); Kenzo (in 1993); Guerlain (in 1994); Loewe (in 1996); Marc Jacobs (in 1997); Sephora (in 1997); Thomas Pink (in 1999); Emilio Pucci (in 2000); and Fendi (in 2001).