Pudur is followed by Zhou Yahui of China at the second place with a net worth of $ 2.2 billion. The Chinese dominated the list with six entrepreneurs in the top 10, while Japan had three. Nine of the self-made billionaires on the Wealth-X top 10 list amassed fortunes from the technology sector.
The only exception is 35-year-old Zhang Bangxin from China, who made his wealth from tutoring services company TAL Education Group. Zhang's estimated networth of $ 2.2 billion puts him in the third spot on the list.
The youngest entrepreneur on the list is 32-year-old Leo Chen, who is the chairman and CEO of Jumei International Holding, one of China's largest online cosmetics retailers. Chen became a billionaire after Jumei's listing at the New York Stock Exchange in May 2014, the report said. Others on the list include Yao Jinbo of China with a fortune of $ 2.2 billion ranked 4th on the list, followed by He Zhitao (5th, net worth of $ 2 billion), Naruatsu Baba (6th, $ 1.6 billion), Kenji Kasahara (7th, $ 1.5 billion), Yusaku Maezawa (8th, $ 1.3 billion), Pang Shengdong (9th, $ 1.2 billion).