Jacqueline Mars (Mars, Inc) – $23.2 billion
Who hasn’t eaten a Mars bar? With a net worth of $23.2 billion, Jacqueline Mars is one of the richest women in the world. She is the daughter of Audrey Ruth (Meyer) and Forrest Mars, Sr., and granddaughter of Frank C. Mars, founders of the American candy company Mars, Incorporated.
After the Waltons, they’re also one of the richest families.
Susanne Klatten (BMW) – $25.1 billion
Susanne Klatten is a German heiress, the daughter of Herbert and Johanna Quandt. As of March 2018, her net worth was US$25.1 billion, making her not only the richest woman in Germany (with holdings in Altana and BMW) but also the 38th richest person in the world.
Alice Walton (Walmart) – $33.8 billion
Alice Walton is currently the richest woman in the world and part of the richest family in the world, the Waltons, who own half of the biggest retail company, Walmart.
Their fortunes combined surpass that of tech moguls such as Bill Gates and even Jeff Bezos.