Liselott Persson 
Billionaire Heiress of H&M 

Liselott Persson, aka Lotti, is a Swedish businesswoman who has a net worth of $4.5 billion. She acquired a major portion of her net worth from her father’s fortune which she inherited. At present, she owns more than 5% of the fashion giant, H&M..  

Lotti is the 2nd largest shareholder in the company while his brother, Stefan, has the major share and has run the business successfully since 1982. He is the Chairman of the company while Liselott’s nephew is the CEO since 2009. 

H&M has its presence in more than 43 countries and employs more than 100,000 people. It is on an expansion spree now and looks to open its first stores in Indonesia, Serbia & Estonia. 

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