Savitri Jindal, India’s richest woman, sees staggering $9.6 billion increase in wealth; beats Ambani & Adani – Times of India

Savitri Jindal, India’s richest woman, sees staggering $9.6 billion increase in wealth; beats Ambani & Adani - Times of India

of India The richest woman, Savitri Jindal, has seen his wealth increase by a staggering $9.6 billion in 2023. According to data from the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, this is even ahead of the rise in wealth of the Ambani and Birla families. Mukesh AmbaniThe chairman of Reliance Industries (RIL), remains the richest Indian with a total wealth of $92.3 billion. In 2023, his fortune grew by around $5 billion, which is almost half of Jindal’s earnings, according to an ET report.
At age 73, Savitri Jindal is now the fifth richest Indian and the richest woman on the subcontinent, with a net worth of $25.3 billion. She controls a conglomerate that runs listed companies such as JSW Steel, Jindal Steel & Power, JSW Energy, Jindal Saw, Jindal Stainless, and investment company JSW Holdings.
The OP Jindal Group, which he owns, also holds 83 per cent stake in JSW Infrastructure, a port operator that went public in October this year. The Jindal family is now considering listing JSW Cement in 2024. After Jindal, HCL Tech’s Shiv Nadar is second on the list, with his net worth increasing by nearly $8 billion to $32.6 billion. The IT major, in which promoters own around 61 per cent stake, has seen its stake rise by 45 per cent in 2023.
DLF realty tycoon KP Singh added another $7 billion to his wealth, taking his total worth to $15.4 billion. The real estate boom in India has contributed to the 83% rise in DLF stock.
Kumar Mangalam Birla and Shapoor Mistry both saw their wealth increase by $6.3 billion during the year.
Mukesh Ambani’s wealth grew by an additional $5.2 billion, while Sun Pharma MD Dilip Shanghvi saw his wealth increase by $4.7 billion. Other notable beneficiaries in the list include Ravi Jayapuria, MP Lodha, and Sunil Mittal.

On the contrary, billionaires. Gautam Adani In 2023, he faced a decline in his fortunes. Despite some recovery in the share prices of its 10 listed group entities, Adani suffered a net loss of $35.4 billion in its net worth. However, according to Bloomberg, he is the second richest Indian with an estimated worth of $85.1 billion.
Mukesh Ambani is the richest person not only in India but also in Asia, ranked 13th in the global list with $92.3 billion. On the other hand, Adani is the second richest Indian and is ranked 15th in the global list. Before the Hindenburg controversy earlier this year, Adani held the title of Asia’s richest and was ranked No. 3 in the world.
The list of India’s richest billionaires in 2023 also includes Wipro tycoon Azim Premji, steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, investor and DM Mart founder Radhakshan Damani, KM Birla, and vaccine mogul Cyrus Poonawalla.

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