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# 232 Ding Shijia $9.08B

Random fact: Ding's brother, Ding Shizhong, is also a billionaire.


Ding is the deputy chairman of Anta Sports Products, a manufacturer of sport shoes and athletic apparel. The Fujian-based business has more than 11,500 stores worldwide and reported revenue of 49.3 billion yuan ($7.6 billion) in 2021. The group's collection of brands includes Anta, Fila, Amer Sports and Descente.

As of :
Last change +$93.8M ( +1.0%)
YTD change +$1.40B ( +18.2%)
Biggest asset 2020 HK Equity
Country / Region China
Age 58
Industry Consumer
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Relative Value

Ding Shijia's net worth of $9.08B can buy ...

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of the GDP of the United States
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of the top 100 U.S. college endowments
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The majority of Ding's wealth is derived from his 18.2% stake from Anta Sports Products, a Chinese sportswear maker. The Fujian, China-based company reported revenue of 49.3 billion yuan ($7.6 billion) in 2021 and more than 11,500 stores worldwide, according to its 2022 semi-annual report.

The group's brands include Anta, Fila and Amer Sports, and he own his shares through a family trust, according to the same semi-annual report. The billionaire and family donated 84.5 million shares to charity in December 2021, and this led to a $500 million decrease in the net worth calculaiton.

The value of his cash is based on an analysis of stock dividends, insider transactions, taxes and market performance.

A company spokesperson declined to comment.


Family: Unknown, No children

Born in 1965, Ding co-founded Anta Sports with his father Ding Hemu and brother Ding Shizhong in 1991 in Fujian, China, according to the company's website.

Anta opened its first retail store in Beijing in 2001, according to the company's website. It began trading publicly in Hong Kong in 2007.

Anta acquired FILA's mainland, Hong Kong and Macau business in 2010. It later led a consortium that acquired Finland's Amer Sports for $5.2 billion in 2018.

  • 1991 Company is founded in Fujian, China.
  • 2001 First Anta retail store opens in Beijing.
  • 2007 Starts trading publicly in Hong Kong.
  • 2009 Acquired FILA's mainland, Hong Kong and Macau business.