For the third year in a row, the youngest billionaires in the world are Norwegian heiresses Alexandra and Katharina Andresen, who are 21 and 22 years old, respectively. The sisters’ father, Johan H. Andersen, transferred ownership of their family’s investment company, Ferd, to them in 2007. Forbes only learned of Katharina and Alexandra’s inheritance in 2016, when they first joined the World’s Billionaires List. The sisters each have a $1.4 billion dollar fortune.
Photo Credit: Frederic Boudin/Ferd
While the Andresen sisters own a significant portion of Ferd(their Father’s Company) , they also have their own ventures. Alexandra competes as an equestrian, and Katharina works as an intern at the accounting firm Ernst & Young.
Alexandra is engaged and about to be married soon.
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Done with my first “three day work week” and I’m so stoked! For people who are wondering what I’m doing, here it is: I’m now an intern at Ernst & Young, where I will be working for the nxt 3 months. I’m working with Family Business and I’m the new project leader for “Women. Fast Forward EY Norway’s” upcoming Conference 👩🏼💼 I’m also participating in a “Leading Edge” course, and hopefully getting an NLP Certification 🤞🏻💪🏻 Finally nice to be a busy🐝