Skip to main content
Israel NewsJewish NewsLatest News

The Forbes 2022 Billionaire List Includes 30 Israelis

By 04/07/2022 1:00 PMNo CommentsBy YidInfo Staff

Thirty Israelis were listed on the Forbes 2022 billionaires list released on Wednesday, which featured Elon Musk on top of the charts with $219 billion.

The highest-ranked Israeli featured in the list was Miriam Adelson, who ranks the 50th-richest person in the world with a net worth of $27.5 billion. Adelson is from Israel, but Forbes placed her in the US in its annual ranking, since she holds American citizenship and lives in Las Vegas.

Eyal Ofer, the head of Ofer Global Holdings, was the wealthiest person in Israel on the list, in 117th place with a fortune of $15.4 billion derived from assets in the real estate and shipping industries. His brother, Idan Ofer, is the next richest Israeli, in 188th place with $10.5 billion from shipping and energy interests.

Source: wikipedia

Brothers Dmitri and Igor Bukhman, owners of the gaming company Playrix, were ranked 275th with $8.1 billion. Arnon Milchan, an Israeli Hollywood film producer and a key witness in Netanayahu’s trial, was the 851st richest person with $3.5 billion.

The Jewish former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg was 12th, with $82 billion, and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg was 15th with $67 billion, down sharply from a year earlier.

Meanwhile, Roman Abramovich, a Russian who holds Israeli citizenship and had been touted as the richest Israeli, was in 350th place with an estimated net worth of $6.9 billion, down from $14.5 billion last year. He was ranked among 83 Russians on the list.

Former US president Donald Trump was ranked 1,012 with $3 billion. Josh Kushner, brother of Jared Kushner, became the first of his family on the list with a net worth of $2 billion from venture capital investments.


By providing your phone number, you will receive text message updates from Yid-Info. You can opt out at any time by responding STOP.


Author @aronfraiman

More posts by @aronfraiman

Leave a Reply