The Billionaires Of New York: Richest People In New York, 2018 | CEOWORLD magazine

With iconic cultural and business hubs such as Times Square, Wall Street, and Fifth Avenue, the Big Apple has long been the top playground for the world’s super-rich. This year 72 New Yorkers made the CEOWORLD magazine’s rich list index. The usual suspects are here, with Michael Bloomberg, Rupert Murdoch, David Koch, and George Soros, all making news this year.

With a personal wealth of 50.4 billion, a trained chemical engineer with a master’s degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), David Koch is the richest person in New York, 2018. The founder and CEO of Bloomberg, L.P., Michael Bloomberg ($46.2 Billion Net Worth) ranked number two on the list of “The Richest People In New York, 2018,” followed by Jim Simons ($20 Billion Net Worth), Rupert Murdoch ($18.9 Billion Net Worth), and Len Blavatnik ($16.6 Billion Net Worth).

The Billionaires Of New York: Richest People In New York, 2018:

Rank Name Total Net Worth Age source
1 David Koch $50.4 Billion 78 Koch Industries
2 Michael Bloomberg $46.2 Billion 76 Bloomberg LP
3 Jim Simons $20 Billion 80 hedge funds
4 Rupert Murdoch & family $18.9 Billion 87 newspapers, TV network
5 Carl Icahn $17.4 Billion 61 diversified
6 Len Blavatnik $16.6 Billion 82 investments
7 Leonard Lauder $13.8 Billion 71 investments
8 Stephen Schwarzman $13.3 Billion 81 Estee Lauder
9 Donald Newhouse $11.7 Billion 89 media
10 Ronald Perelman $9.3 Billion 75 leveraged buyouts
11 George Soros $8.3 Billion 88 hedge funds
12 Stephen Ross $7.6 Billion 78 real estate
13 Ralph Lauren $6.8 Billion 79 Ralph Lauren
14 Leon Black $6.4 Billion 67 private equity
15 David Shaw $6.3 Billion 67 hedge funds
16 John Paulson $6.2 Billion 61 media, automotive
17 James Chambers $6.2 Billion 62 hedge funds
18 Katharine Rayner $6.2 Billion 73 media, automotive
19 Margaretta Taylor $6.2 Billion 76 media, automotive
20 Israel Englander $6 Billion 70 hedge funds
21 Richard LeFrak & family $5.9 Billion 73 real estate
22 Valerie Mars $6 Billion 59 candy, pet food
23 Henry Kravis $5.8 Billion 74 private equity
24 Charles Dolan & family $5.7 Billion 92 cable television
25 David Siegel $5.5 Billion 57 hedge funds
26 Bruce Kovner $5.2 Billion 73 hedge funds
27 Sheldon Solow $5.2 Billion 90 real estate
28 Stanley Druckenmiller $4.8 Billion 65 hedge funds
29 Leonard Stern $4.8 Billion 80 real estate
30 Daniel Ziff $4.8 Billion 46 investments
31 Robert Ziff $4.8 Billion 52 investments
32 Julian Robertson, Jr. $4.3 Billion 86 hedge funds
33 Jeff Sutton $4.3 Billion 58 real estate
34 Jeremy Jacobs, Sr. $4.2 Billion 78 food service
35 Ben Ashkenazy $4 Billion 49 real estate
36 Jerry Speyer $4 Billion 78 real estate
37 Ronald Lauder $3.9 Billion 74 Estee Lauder
38 Alejandro Santo Domingo $3.9 Billion 41 beer
39 Andres Santo Domingo $3.9 Billion 40 beer
40 Ira Rennert $3.8 Billion 84 investments
41 Joshua Harris $3.7 Billion 53 private equity
42 Ken Langone $3.7 Billion 83 investments
43 Barry Diller $3.6 Billion 76 online media
44 Charles Cohen $3.4 Billion 66 real estate
45 Allan Goldman $3.3 Billion 75 real estate
46 Jane Goldman $3.3 Billion 63 real estate
47 Amy Goldman Fowler $3.3 Billion 64 real estate
48 Diane Kemper $3.3 Billion 73 real estate
49 Marc Rowan $3.2 Billion 56 private equity
50 Paul Singer $3.2 Billion 74 hedge funds
51 Jon Stryker $3.2 Billion 60 medical equipment
52 John Catsimatidis $3.1 Billion 70 oil, real estate
53 Daniel Loeb $3.1 Billion 56 hedge funds
54 Daniel Och $3.1 Billion 57 hedge funds
55 Richard Sands $3.1 Billion 67 Food & Beverage
56 Robert Sands $3.1 Billion 60 Food & Beverage
57 Don Vultaggio & family $3.1 Billion 66 AriZona Beverages
58 Jonathan Gray $2.9 Billion 48 investments
59 Jane Lauder $2.9 Billion 45 cosmetics
60 Mortimer Zuckerman $2.9 Billion 81 real estate, media
61 Chase Coleman, III. $2.7 Billion 43 hedge fund
62 Noam Gottesman $2.7 Billion 57 hedge funds
63 Thomas Secunda $2.7 Billion 64 Bloomberg LP
64 David Gottesman $2.4 Billion 92 investments
65 Vincent Viola $2.4 Billion 62 electronic trading
66 David Walentas $2.4 Billion 80 real estate
67 Ron Baron $2.3 Billion 75 money management
68 Stewart Rahr $2.3 Billion 72 drug distribution
69 James Dinan $2.2 Billion 59 hedge funds
70 Aerin Lauder $2.2 Billion 48 cosmetics
71 Glenn Dubin $2.1 Billion 61 hedge funds
72 John Farber $2.1 Billion 93 chemicals

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