At least 10 U.S. fundsters, plus several fundster-adjacent folks, are among the world's billionaires this year, as identified by Forbes
| Abby Johnson|
Chairman and CEO
Yesterday the magazine released
its 2017 edition of "The World's Billionaires" list, which includes a record 2,043 people from the globe. The richest U.S. mutual fund industry insider remains Abby Johnson
], whom Forbes
identifies as the 75th richest person on the planet with an estimated net worth of $14.4 billion. Her father and predecessor, Ned Johnson
, comes in at 173 with $7.8 billion.
The West Coast Johnsons, Charles Johnson
and Rupert Johnson, Jr.
of Franklin Resources
], come in at #250 and #315 with $5.8 billion and $5.1 billion each, respectively.
] ranks 814 with $2.5 billion.
of Baron Capital
] is 939 with $2.2 billion.
] and Jeffrey Gundlach
] are tied at 1,290 with $1.6 billion each.
] is 1,376 with $1.5 billion.
of Brandes Investment Partners
] is 1,678 with $1.2 billion.
Other fundster-adjacent names on the list include: Thomas Peterffy
of Interactive Brokers Group
, 82, $13.8 billion; Chuck Schwab
of Charles Schwab
], 156, $8.3 billion; Ken Fisher
of Fisher Investments
, 501, $3.7 billion; Joe Mansueto
, 939, $2.2 billion; and Howard Marks
of Oaktree Capital
, 1,030, $2 billion.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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