The “Paperoni” of the Stock Exchange: here are the richest and most quoted Italian families


By John

The wallets of the Scrooges of the Stock Exchange swell, whose equity assets, fueled by the rush of Piazza Affari, also casually fend off the blows of galloping inflation. The heirs of Leonardo Del Vecchioat the top with 32.5 billion euros (+14.7% on 2022), followed by 13 billion Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli (+14%) and from the Rocca familycontrolling shareholder of Tenaris, with almost 10.5 billion in stock market assets (+11.5%).

Together, they capitalize over 56 billion euros, extending the gap from the rest of the ranking thanks to an aggregate growth of their assets of 14%. The family is an exception Agnelli-Elkann-Nasi which, thanks to the excellent performance of Exor (+19.6%), saw its stock market wealth exceed 10 billion and consolidate itself in fourth place.

In the ranking that will be published tomorrow, the leap of the Israeli billionaire stands out Ruth Wertheimer, 52nd, which climbs 18 positions thanks to a bouquet of equity investments (Carel Industries, Technoprobe, Gvs, De Nora, Piovan and Seco) which has appreciated overall by 168%, to 493 million, while the Buzzi family16th, climbs 11 steps thanks to a stock market volume that has grown by 57.2% to 2.8 billion.

However, the exploit of the year belongs to the film producer Andrea Iervolino climbed from 317th to eighth place, between Piero Ferrari and Remo Ruffini (Moncler). To raise its assets to 5.64 billion, the landing on Euronext Paris of the social media Tatatu, whose valuations are however conditioned by a very tight free float (1%). The heirs of Silvio Berlusconi they gain three positions and rise to 17th place thanks to an annual stock market performance (Mfe, Mondadori and Banca Mediolanum) of 17.3%, for tangible wealth of over 2.8 billion.