Carlos Slim Helú Money

Carlos Slim Net Worth and Assets

Carlos Slim Helú Money

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Carlos Slim Helú Net Worth
Carlos Slim Helú Net Worth

Mexican businessman Carlos Slim Helú has estimated net worth of $ 76.4 Billion making him as the richest person in the world. Carlos Slim Helu is a businessman who came from Mexico. He is also the CEO of a company engaged in the field of telecommunications, namely Telefonos de Mexico, Telcel and América Móvil.

In 2013, Carlos Slim Helú was named the number one richest person in the world by Forbes Magazine. In 1990 the telecommunications company Telefonos de Mexico (Telmex) in less good condition, Carlos bought from the government by cooperating with Southwestern Bell Corp. and France Telecom. He improved telephone service in Mexico, with a bid in the form of a local connection, phone directory, long distance, mobile, and internet.

Carlos Slim Helú Money
Carlos Slim Helú Money

Viewed from the Forbes’ billionaires list the property owned by Carlos Slim Helu from 2010 to 2013 is significantly increased. It reportedly his in 2010 he has total wealth of $ 53.5 billion, increased to for $ 74 billion in 2011, and in 2012 he has  $ 69 billion. Slim wealth in 2013 amounted to $ 73.0 billion, $ 72 billion in 2014, and in 2015 his net worth is about $ 71.1 billion. For four consecutive years, that is 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013, Carlos Slim managed to occupy the first position of richest man in the world according to Forbes magazine.

Carlos Slim Helú House
Carlos Slim Helú House


Carlos Slim Helú


76 years old, January 28, 1940 in Mexico City, Mexico


$ 76.4 Billion



business magnate, investor


the richest person in the world, chairman and
chief executive of Telmex and América Móvil, Entrepreneurial Merit Medal of
Honor in 1985 from Mexico’s Chamber of Commerce, “Gold Patron” of
the American Academy of Achievement, Commander in the Belgian Order of
Leopold II, CEO of the year by Latin Trade magazine, CEO of the decade by Latin
Trade magazine, National Sports Prize of Mexico for sports promotion, The
National Order of the Cedar by the Lebanese government,  the Sorolla
Medal, Honorary Doctorate in Public Service from George Washington University


Duke Semans Mansion, Lomas de Chapultepec home,
Navy Mercedes 4×4, Bentley Continental Flying Spur, Michelangelo’s Pieta,
Auguste Rodin’s artworks, Baccarrat hand carved and blown glasses collection,
Museo Soumaya (Soumaya Museum)


Soumaya Domit Gemayel (wife: deceased),
Carlos, Marco Antonio, Patrick, Soumaya, Vanessa, and Johanna Slim
(children); Julián Slim Haddad and Linda Helú Atta (parents)