• Mordashov has headed a rating of the richest businessmen of Russia

  • Businessman Alexei Mordashov, owner of Severstal, became the richest Russian, according to the billionaires index, drawn Bloomberg.

    State Mordashov as on 31st October increased by 126,3 million dollars compared with the previous trading day and reached 15.7 billion dollars. In global rankings, the Russian billionaire appeared at the 49th place.

    Formerly head of the list head of "Interros" Vladimir Potanin this time took second place. His condition has decreased to 70,7 million dollars and amounted to 15.5 billion dollars. In global rankings, the President of "Interros" has occupied the 51st place.

    The change of leadership in the Agency explains that in the last 12 months of the action "Severstal" have grown on 18%, and "Norilsk Nickel" (one of the main assets of Interros) fell 3 percent.

    In third place in the ranking of the Chairman of the Board "NOVATEK" Leonid Mikhelson, with a fortune of 15.1 billion dollars, then — Chairman of the Board of Directors of group of companies "Renova" Viktor Vekselberg (USD 14.2 billion). The top five leaders of the co-owner of "Alfa Group" Mikhail Fridman (12.8 billion dollars). In global rankings, they occupied the 57th, 64th and 72nd place.

    In addition, in the first hundred of the global ranking of billionaires includes the founder of USM Holdings Alisher Usmanov, finishing in 81st place. His fortune is estimated at 12.1 billion dollars.

    In April 2016 Forbes published a rating of unmarried businessmen from the top hundred list of the richest Russians. The first line was co-owner of "Alfa Group" Mikhail Fridman, with a fortune of $ 13.3 billion (the second place in the ranking of the wealthiest Russians). The second place was occupied by the former owner of Uralkali Dmitry Rybolovlev (7.7 billion dollars, 12-th place in overall ranking). The three richest bachelors closes, the President of ONEXIM Mikhail Prokhorov (7.6 billion dollars, 14-e a place).


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