Forbes has come out with another of its billionaire lists, this time it’s the ‘The World’s Billionaire Heiresses’ and no, it does not figure ‘Paris Hilton’ but guess who fill up the top 3 positions. Not surprisingly, it’s the daughters of the Mittals, Ambanis and the Singhs (DLF).
Here’s what Forbes has to say about the top trio of the world’s billionaire heiresses
Number #1 – Vanisha Mittal Bhatia, daughter of Lakshmi Mittal
The second child and only daughter of the world’s fourth-richest man, steel baron Lakshmi Mittal, Vanisha serves on the board of directors of her father’s $103 billion (market cap) company, ArcelorMittal. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the European Business School and a master’s in South Asian studies from London’s prestigious School of Oriental and African Studies. She made her name in the heiress hall of fame with her 2004 wedding to banker Amit Bhatia, a week-long affair in Paris attended by 1,000 guests; it reportedly cost $60 million.
Number #2 – Isha Ambani, daughter of Mukesh Ambani
The only daughter of the world’s fifth-richest man, Isha has been photographed with her father at cricket matches. (He owns cricket team Mumbai Indians). At 16, she already holds a stake worth about $80 million in Reliance Industries, the petrochemicals giant her father runs. A former student body council president, she also plays on her school’s championship soccer team and is a trained pianist.
Number #3 – Pia Singh, daughter of KP Singh
A graduate of University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Singh pursued a six-week filmmaking course at New York University and later worked in the risk-underwriting department at GE Capital. She now works for her father’s DLF group, where she heads its entertainment venture, DT Cinemas, and is managing director of its luxury retail business. Already she has a stake worth $400 million