Kevin David Lehmann is the youngest billionaire in the world in 2021. According to Forbes’s annual billionaire ranking, Kevin David is the youngest billionaire in the world with a net worth of $3.3 billion dollars. Forbes
Kevin David Lehmann was born in 2003 (age 18 years; as of 2021) in Germany. He became the youngest billionaire in the world after inheriting the stakes of the German chemist chain DM (Drogerie Markt). He inherited these stakes from his father, Guenther Lehmann.
Kevin’s father’s name is Guenther Lehmann. He was the owner of the family grocery chain Pfannkuch in Germany.
- Kevin David Lehmann and his father have managed to keep a low profile on the internet. Their social media accounts and pictures are not available on the internet.
- Kevin David inherited the stakes from his father making him the owner of 50% of the German drugstore chain, DM. It was reported that the drugstore generates $12 billion in annual revenue.
- The company started in 1973 and the founder of the company, Goetz Werner, opened the first store in Karlsruhe, Germany. As of 2021, the drugstore chain has over 3,700 stores across Germany and employs around 41,000 people.
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