The Richest Women: Who Will be The World’s First Female Centi-Billionaire?

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Reaching the incredible milestone earning of $100 billion is currently held by only males, but who will be the first-ever female centi-billionaire and when is she predicted to achieve this monumental milestone?

RS Components has analysed the fortunes of the world’s wealthiest women to predict who will join Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates to become the first female ‘centi-billionaire’.

Françoise Bettencourt Meyers, French author and heiress to L’Oréal is most likely to be the first woman to reach $100 billion net worth

The list of women on the road to $100 billion:

Name

Company

Net worth (billion)

Years to 100 billion

Age now

Age at 100 billion

Françoise Bettencourt Meyers

L’Oréal

53.9

9

66

75

Mackenzie Bezos

Amazon

39.1

16

49

65

Gina Rinehart

Hancock Prospecting

15.5

20

65

85

Yang Huiyan

Country Garden Holdings

22.8

24

38

62

Jacqueline Mars

Mars, Inc.

38.8

28

80

108

Whichever way these women made their fortune, it’s safe to say there’s room at the top of the wealthiest list for more powerful females, so who will be the first to make it into the ‘centi-billion’ club?

Key highlights:

  • Françoise Bettencourt Meyers is likely to be the first woman to reach the $100 billion mark with a predicted nine years until she joins the club

  • Mackenzie Bezos, American novelist, philanthropist and ex-wife of Amazon chairman Jeff Bezos, is likely to make the $100 billion mark once she reaches age of 65 years. She is currently 49 years old.

  • 4 of the world’s wealthiest women are not likely to reach $100 billion until they are over 100 years old – with Laurene Powell Jobs predicted to reach this milestone at 110 years of age.

  • Yang Huiyan is the youngest woman on the list (38 years old) and is likely to join the cent-billion club when she’s 62 years old as the majority shareholder of Country Garden

  • Gina Rinehart currently has the lowest net worth on the list but is expected to make the $100 billion mark in just 20 years

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