Roshni Nadar Malhotra, the chairperson of IT large HCL Technologies Ltd. was topped because the wealthiest girl in India with a fortune of Rs 84,330 crore in 2021 by the Kotak Private Banking-Hurun listing printed on Wednesday. This was the second time in a row that she retained the primary place within the listing, together with her web value leaping by 54 per cent throughout the time. Meanwhile, Falguni NayarCEO and founding father of magnificence e-commerce platform Nykaa, has emerged because the richest self-made girl with a web value of Rs 57,520 crore toppling Biocon chairperson Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw.
Nayar, who began Nykaa a few decade in the past, additionally turned the second richest girl in India trailing the 40-year-old Malhotra, the daughter of HCL Technologies’ founder Shiv Nadar, as per the report. Her wealth jumped by a whopping 963 per cent in 2021, the 12 months she made her firm public by a bumper IPO.
Biocon’s Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw witnessed a 21 per cent decline in her fortune and has moved down one rank to be the third richest girl within the nation with a wealth of Rs 29,030 crore, the report additional mentioned. “This 12 months, two new names made it to the highest 10 listing. The prime 10 cut-off is at Rs 6,620 crore, up 22 per cent
from the final 12 months. Three girls are primarily based in New Delhi,” it mentioned.
The highest variety of entrants within the listing are from Delhi-National Capital Region at 25, adopted by Mumbai (21) and Hyderabad (12), it mentioned. When checked out from a sectoral perspective, prescribed drugs led with 12 entrants adopted by healthcare at 11 and shopper items with 9 girls within the prime 100 richest girls in India.
Apollo Hospitals Enterprise contributed 4 entrants to the listing, making it the best contribution by a single firm. It was adopted by Metro Shoes and Devi Sea Foods at two entrants every. Kanika Tekriwal (33y/o) of Bhopal-based Jetsetgo is the youngest on the listing with a 50 per cent improve in wealth at Rs 420 crore.
The listing additionally contains three skilled managers, and is led by Indra Nooyi, who was related to Pepsico with a fortune of Rs 5,040 crore, adopted by Renu Sud Karnad of mortgage lender HDFC at Rs 870 crore and Shanti Ekambaram of Kotak Mahindra Bank at Rs 320 crore.
Additionally, eight girls from the Kotak Private Banking Hurun Leading Wealthy Women List 2021 have appeared on the Hurun Global Rich List 2022, together with Falguni Nayar of Nykaa, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw of Biocon, Radha Vembu of Zoho, Neha Narkhede of Confluent and Neerja Sethi of Syntel.
The listing of 100 girls accounts for less than Indian girls, outlined as born or introduced up in India, who’re actively managing their companies or are self-made. The cumulative wealth of those 100 girls has elevated 53 per cent in a 12 months to Rs 4.16 lakh crore in 2021 from Rs 2.72 lakh crore in 2020, they usually now contribute 2 per cent of India’s nominal GDP. The cut-off for making it into the highest 100 has elevated to Rs 300 crore from Rs 100 crore earlier, and the highest 10 cut-off is at Rs 6,620 crore, which is a ten per cent bounce from the earlier 12 months.