New Delhi | Reliance chairman Mukesh Ambani, with a net worth of billion, is Asia’s third-richest guy. (File Picture )Reliance chairman Mukesh Ambani, with a net worth of$ 38 billion, is Asia’s third-richest guy and is ranked 19 in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index since April 2. However, Ambani’s year-to-date return (year to date or YTD refers to the period starting the very first day of the present calendar year or as much as the existing date )has fallen by$ 2.30 billion, although he has actually increased his fortune by$ 9.3 billion from last year throughout the very same period.Despite his enthusiastic Jio task making the right sounds and setting off a tariff war in the world’s second-largest telecom market, it needs to be kept in mind that the business’s debt has actually climbed to a 15-year high.Apart from Ambani, there are 23 Indians in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index top 500 list, with Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Expense Gates holding on to the top two areas. While Jeff Bezos, whose net worth is $121 billion, included $21.8 billion to his service this year, Costs Gates has seen his YTD visit 1.5 percent ($1.36 billion). Another fascinating reality that can be obtained from the index is the shift of the world’s riches from Europe– once a hotbed of billionaires -to US. There are just 2 billionaires from Europe– Amancio Ortega of Spain and Bernard Arnault of France– among world’s top 10 richest people.Here are the Indians on Bloomberg Billionaires leading 100 index: Mukesh Ambani: Ambani, who manages 40 per cent of Reliance Industries and is owner of the world’s biggest oil refining complex
, is positioned 19th in the index and is worth$ 38 billion, which is about 0.20 percent of the United States GDP. He’s collected more than$5 billion in dividends and share sales through December 2017, according to business filings and an analysis of Bloomberg data. Nevertheless, this year has not brought much luck for India’s richest male, who has actually lost $2.30 billion.< img src=http://images.indianexpress.com/2017/10/lakshmi-mittal-l.jpg alt=" top indian billionaires, wealthiest indians, Bloomberg Billionaires Index, indians in Bloomberg Billionaires Index, mukesh ambani net worth, Lakshmi mittal overall wealth, Pallonji Mistry wealth, Shiv Nadar, Azim Premji"> At the 54th area, Lakshmi Mittal, chairman of ArcelorMittal, the world’s greatest steelmaker, is worth$18.5 billion.(File Image)Lakshmi Mittal: At the 54th area, Lakshmi Mittal, chairman of ArcelorMittal, the world’s greatest steelmaker, is worth $18.5 billion. He has handled to add$2.7 billion to his wealth from April 2 last year. His year-to-date return has actually fallen by$ 1.16 billion. Mittal has gathered more than$ 4 billion in dividends through December 2017 and another $2 billion that he paid himself from family-owned LNM Holdings in 2004, when LNM merged with publicly traded Ispat International to create Mittal Steel. The billionaire has three estates jointly worth more than $470 million on London’s’Billionaire’s Row’on Kensington Palace Gardens. Ranked 65 in the Bloomberg Billionaires leading 500 index, Mistry’s net worth is$16.8 billion.(File Photo)Pallonji Mistry: Mistry and his household own 18.5 per cent of Tata Sons, the main holding company behind more than 100 affiliates with about$100 billion in yearly revenue. Ranked 65 in the Bloomberg Billionaires top 500 index, Mistry’s net worth is $16.8 billion and he has actually lost$575 million from the beginning of the year. Mistry has included$2.2 billion to his service from the very same duration last year. Mistry has actually collected more than 80 billion rupees ($1.3 billion )in dividends through December 2017, inning accordance with business filings and an analysis of Bloomberg information.< img src= http://images.indianexpress.com/2015/04/azim-premji_759.jpg alt="top indian billionaires, wealthiest indians, Bloomberg Billionaires Index, indians in Bloomberg Billionaires Index, mukesh ambani net worth, Lakshmi mittal total wealth, Pallonji Mistry wealth, Shiv Nadar, Azim Premji "> The chairman and biggest investor( 56 per
cent )of Wipro, Azim Premji has seen his fortune grow from $14.1 billion to$16.2 billion.(File Image)Azim Premji: The chairman and biggest shareholder(56 per cent )of Wipro, Azim Premji has seen his fortune grow from$14.1 billion to$16.2 billion based on April 2, 2018. Another 18 per cent of Wipro’s exceptional shares are held by the billionaire in 2 irreversible charitable trusts, which fund programs supported by Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives. However, Premji’s wealth has actually plunged by$1.71 billion from the start of the year. The founder of HCL, Nadar is ranked 86 in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. (File Image) Shiv Nadar: The founder of HCL, Nadar is ranked 86 in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Nadar, whose VidyaGyan chain of schools supply education to students from towns, has an overall wealth of $14.5 billion, up from $13.1 billion. Nadar has actually managed to add about $611 million to his fortune this year, making him the only Indian billionaire in leading 100 to make profits this year. He has actually collected about $1.5 billion of dividends and has actually had net profits of $300 million from stock sales and purchases through December 2017.