It is so wrongly said that not all things come altogether, there are some eligible billionaire bachelors who are ruling the hearts of many for their intelligence, work, fame and money all over the world. We have shared lists of many popular musicians, richest people, businessmen, actors and what not and here we are again with a unique collection of most richest bachelors in the world in 2013.
1)Alejandro Santo Domingo Davila
Fortune: $11.7 billion
The Harvard History grad is a complete total package. He is dashing, successful and, best of all, heir of one of the biggest fortune and bold looks who is still living alone. He is the eldest son of a beer magnate father is now lords over one of the biggest beer fortune, private Caribbean Island of Baru and managing director at a New York based investment advisory firm and is also on the board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York since 2009.
Fortune: $6.6 billion
The major share holder and founder of French Internet service provider Iliad trading under the France second largest ISP. Since the age of 19 he is creating and selling companies like Minitel, provided sex oriented chat services. Still today he got stakes in a sex shop and peep show business which once landed him in jail after a prostitution investigation. He is also an co-owner of a news paper and the song ‘My Way’. In 2010 he co founded Kima Ventures, that invested in 180 companies in 18 countries, a fun dedicated to invest in 20 out of 100 startups a year.
Fortune: $5.1 billion
He is the mysterious billionaire in the list and apparently single, inherited $2 billion after the death of his father in 2010. Most articles about him have just a big question mark instead of a photo, that makes him mysterious and exciting, but thanks to the stakes he inherited in pipeline powerhouse Enterprise Products Partners, he was labeled “The Invisible Billionaire” in one of the news papers that brought him to consideration.
Fortune: $2.3 billion
Source: Glencore international
The duke University grad, the Lonely American, one of the six Glencore billionaires, is best associate of Glencore Association since 1992 from which he receives much of his fortune. He succeeded Ivan Galsenberg as a director of coal and coke commodity department in 2002, ten years after joining a company as a marketer.
Fortune: $2.2 billion
Investing at right place made the Brazil born, Miami-bred billionaire to stand in the list. With 5% stakes in Facebook he is one of the five co-founders of Facebook, the world second most popular website. He finally decided to move to Singapore. If you are trying to make an impression you can get your cars to Filter, Singapore most exclusive nightclub, where he is reportedly regular.
Fortune: $2 billion
Source: Berggruen Holdings
The American German citizen, who is the Chairman of Berggruen Holdings, was born in Paris in 1961. The NYU grad spends his life investing and expanding the family business over decades. The billionaire has no mansions or its better to say no home because he lives out of hotels as he travels the globe.
Fortune: $1.9 billion
Being the son of the richest man in Asia, Li Ka- shing, was enough to qualify him for the list but with some help from dad he made his own empire. He borrowed $125 million from his dad and launched a satellite network, StarTV, and later after five years he sold that in over $950 million.
Fortune: $1.8 billion
The Israeli billionaire and the founder of the gambling software group, making software use by online gambling groups owns the most expensive home in Israel. The Playtech largest holder spent 18 months in Israeli prison in the nineties. He has increased his ownership in the group from 40% to nearly 50% probably because the value of Playtech’s stock has nearly double past year.
Fortune: $1.8 billion
The founder and CEO of the social gaming company, Gree is a Japanese entrepreneur who is the Japan’s youngest billionaire within five years of investment. Though he loses $2.6 billion on the mobile gaming site, Gree still remains the leader in the space.
10)Albert von Thurn und Taxis
Fortune: $1.5 billion
He was there in the list Forbes many times as the youngest billionaire, but once he was just eight years old. The largest landowner in Europe is a professional car racer and the 12th prince of Thurn and Taxis, who inherited the fortune after the death of his father. He is the vice champion and the champion of the German GT Championship ADAC GT Masters.