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What you need to know about the Swiss super rich

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This is useful for any small talk

What you need to know about the Swiss super rich

Facts and figures about the 300 richest people in Switzerland can also come as a surprise. And help to keep the small talk going in the circle of friends or in the company.

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Beer heiress Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken is the richest woman on the list. According to the balance sheet, their assets are between 13 and 14 billion.

The world of mere mortals staggers from one crisis to the next, and many have to tighten their belts. Not so in the world of the rich and famous. There, the champagne corks pop in such a chord that the cellars of some champagne brands such as Moët Hennessy are empty and supplies are running out.

That fits the picture: the 300 richest in the annual “Bilanz” ranking can also pop the corks, they hardly feel the crisis, while ordinary people stick to mineral water because they care so much about rising ancillary costs, rents, health insurance premiums and inflation generally have to worry about.

The 300 richest Swiss people together own billions of Swiss francs.
million is the average fortune of the 300 richest Swiss.
The biggest winner, shipping company owner Gianluigi Aponte, made billions last year.
The ten richest people on the list lost billions of francs last year.
The Ikea Kamprad family has been at the top of the list for years.
There are billionaires in Switzerland – the same number as last year.
Billions own the ten debutants on the list.
Billions are owned by the richest woman on the list, beer heiress Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken.
Billions is the biggest loss of a single family, made by the Schindler/Bonnard family from the Schindler lift manufacturer.

More about the balance sheet ranking

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