Forbes has compiled its list of the world's billionaires and a few mutual fund executives have made the cut.

Most notably, Abigail Johnson, who last September was named president of Fidelity Investments, came in at No. 74 with a net worth of $12.7 billion. Her father, Ned Johnson, trailed his daughter at No. 166 ($7 billion). Ron Baron ($1.6 billion) of Baron Funds and Mario Gabelli ($1.2 billion) of GAMCO were listed as Nos. 931 and 1175, respectively.

But the title of Forbes’ richest person on the planet for the third year in a row goes to Carlos Slim Helu, a Mexican business tycoon with holdings in telecom, retail and finance. His net worth? A cool $73 billion.

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