Forbes presented 200 of the richest business mans in Russia. The rating is drawn for the 15th consecutive time.
The richest Russian is the owner of the Novolipetsk Steel (NLMK) Vladimir Lisin. According to the Vladimir Lisin, his condition for the year has increased from 16.1 to 19.1 billion dollars. Last year he was third in the ranking.
Severstal owner Alexei Mordashov is second with $ 18.7 billion. Third is Leonid Mikhelson, owner of Novatec, which has $ 18 billion. This is $ 400 million less compared to last year.
Top 5 also include Vagit Alekperov, president and co-owner of Lukoil, with $ 16.4 billion, and Gennady Timchenko, a 16-billion-dollar shareholder at Novatec.
Vladimir Potanin, the owner and president of Interros, is $ 15.9 billion, and seventh in wealth is Andrew Malchenko, owner of Eurochim, $ 15.5 billion.
In the top 10 are also Mikhail Fridman, co-owner of Letter One Holdings and Alfa Group with $ 15.1 billion, Viktor Vekselberg, the co-founder of the Russian conglomerate Renova Group – $ 14.4 billion, and Alisher Usmanov, founder and main shareholder, USM Holdings – $ 12.5 billion.