Top 10 billionaires to have lost the most wealth in the last year as per Hurun Rich List

Mar 22, 2023

By: Sourabh Jain

Jeff Bezos

Amazon founder and chief executive officer Jeff Bezos tops the list with a $70-billion loss in wealth in the year. His current wealth stands at $118 billion.

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Elon Musk

Tesla co-founder Elon Musk, who last year also acquired social media platform Twitter, is second on the list of the biggest wealth losers with a loss of $48 billion. His current wealth is pegged at $157 billion.

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Sergey Brin

Google co-founder Sergey Brin’s wealth declined by $44 billion ranking him third on the list. His current wealth stands at $72 billion.

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Larry Page

Larry Page, Google’s other co-founder lost $41 billion in wealth and currently has $75 billion. He ranks fourth on the list of the biggest wealth losers.

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MacKenzie Scott

MacKenzie Scott, ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is fifth on the list with a decline of $35 billion. She currently has $26 billion in wealth.

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Gautam Adani and family

India’s second-richest man Gautam Adani lost $28 billion in wealth in the aftermath of the Hindenburg allegations. His wealth is currently pegged at $53 billion. He stands sixth on the list of the biggest wealth losers.

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Mukesh Ambani

India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, is seventh on the list having lost $21 billion in one year. His current wealth is pegged at $82 billion.

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Zeng Yuqun

Chinese billionaire Zeng Yuqun lost $18 billion in wealth and his wealth is now pegged at $35 billion. He takes the eighth spot on the list of the biggest wealth losers.

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Scott Farquhar

Software company Atlassian’s co-founder Scott Farquhar lost $17 billion in wealth and currently has $10 billion. He takes the ninth spot on the list.

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Zhang Yiming

Zhang Yiming, who founded TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, lost $17 billion in wealth in the last year. His wealth currently stands at $37 billion.

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