Soros, Paulson Lead World’s Alternative Investments Billionaires

Mar 11 2010 | 1:10pm ET

George Soros remains the richest alternative investments titan in the world, according to Forbes magazine’s latest roster of billionaires.

The Soros Fund Management founder is $3 billion richer than he was last year, good enough for 35th place on the Forbes list, which is topped this year by Carlos Slim Helú, the Mexican cell phone billionaire. Slim’s $53.5 billion make him the first person from a developing nation to be named the world’s richest man.


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