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When it comes to wealth, some of the richest individuals keep it in the family, creating units worth billions. With that said, Bloomberg has just released a list breaking down the richest families in the world.

This year’s list reads as a who’s who in major brands and corporate companies within various industries, from energy to fashion to electronics.

Topping the list is the Walton family, who have $151.5 billion estimated net worth from Walmart. They are followed by the Koch family, who have $98.7 billion from Koch Industries. Then, coming in third is Mars with $89.7 billion.

Elsewhere down the list, you have the families behind Anheuser-Busch, Hermes, BMW and Samsung, among others.

The list of the top 20 richest families is in full below.

Walton family – Walmart – $151.5 billion USD
Koch family – Koch Industries – $98.7 bilion USD
Mars family – Mars – $89.7 billion USD
Van Damme, De Spoelberch, De Mevius families – Anheuser-Busch Inbev – $54.1 billion USD
Dumas family – Hermés – $49.2 billion USD
Wertheimer family – Chanel – $45.6 billion USD
Ambani family – Reliance Industries – $43.4 billion USD
Quandt family – BMW – $42.7 billion USD
Cargill, Macmillan family – Cargill – $42.3 billion USD
Boehringer, Von Baumbach families – Boehringer Ingelheim – $42.2 billion USD
Albrecht family – Aldi – $38.8 billion USD
Mulliez family – Auchan – $37.5 billion USD
Kwok family – Sun Hung Kai properties – $34 billion USD
Cox family – Cox Enterprises – $33.6 billion USD
Pritzker family – Hyatt Hotels – $33.5 billion USD
Lee family – Samsung – $30.9 billion USD
Rausing family – Tetra Pak – $30.9 billion USD
Thomson family – Thomson Reuters – $30.9 billion USD
Johnson (SC) family – SC Johnson – $28.2 billion USD
Dassault family – Dassault Group – $27.8 billion USD