According to the ranking of the American magazine Forbes, the youngest son of the founder of Luxottica has a capital of around 3.5 billion dollars. His wealth derives from the distribution of the assets bequeathed by his father, who died a year ago
Clemente Del Vecchio is one of the sons of Sabina Grossi and Leonardo Del Vecchio, founder of Luxottica and president of EssilorLuxottica who died on June 27, 2022. He will turn 19 in May and is the youngest billionaire in the world, according to Forbes. His capital should be around 3.5 billion dollars.
Forbes, the American economics magazine, has published an article in which it is known that the average age of billionaires is 65 but that there are very young heirs who, when their fathers died, found themselves with a fortune in their hands. One of these is Clemente, the youngest son of the founder of Luxottica, the world’s largest manufacturer and seller of eyewear and lenses with around 80,000 employees and over 9,000 stores. The legacy left by Leonardo, who died in 2022, as Forbes estimated last year, is 27.3 billion dollars. Clemente is not an only child, he has five other brothers with whom he must share the inheritance. So the capital held by him should be around 3.5 billion dollars, which is still a significant figure.
Clemente has five brothers. Clemente and Luca are sons of Sabina Grossi and Leonardo del Vecchio who had two wives. From the first, Luciana Nervo, he had three children: Claudio, Marisa and Paola. With his second wife, Nicoletta Zampillo he had a son: Leonardo Maria.