Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are among the few consistent names on Forbes' latest list of world billionaires.
Gates, with a net worth of $75 billion, is still the richest person in the world, and Buffett sits at his usual third place.
But in a surprise leapfrog of Buffett, retail giant and Zara founder Amancio Ortega jumped from fourth to second.
The 79-year-old started Zara with his ex-wife in 1975, and today, he's worth $68 billion.
Meanwhile, Carlos Slim —Mexican business icon and former No. 2 — dropped to fourth after losing over $27 billion in 2015.
More than 220 people lost their billionaire designation, while 198 newcomers gained it. Overall, the combined net worth of the world's billionaires is down $570 billion this year.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg should get the title of "most improved" billionaire, though, jumping from No. 16 all the way to No. 6.