Posted 22 сентября 2021,, 11:54

Published 22 сентября 2021,, 11:54

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Forbes has presented a new rating of the richest billionaires in Russia

22 сентября 2021, 11:54
Forbes magazine has compiled a new ranking of billionaires with the highest cash income in 2020. Alexey Mordashov became the record holder in terms of revenue.

According to the publication, Mordashov's annual income following the sale of shares of the Tele2 operator and receiving dividends last year amounted to $ 1.7 billion. $ 2.25 billion for its stake in the MagicLab holding.

“This year, the total revenue of the ten members is down nearly 30% to $ 10.7 billion”, - Forbes notes.

The rating of the "cash kings" who got rich on dividends and the sale of business (the sale of personal property was not counted) included billionaires Gennady Timchenko, Alisher Usmanov, Viktor Rashnikov and Andrey Skoch. Last year's leaders Vladimir Lisin, Alexey Mordashov, Vladimir Potanin, Roman Abramovich, Vagit Alekperov and Suleiman Kerimov managed to keep their places in the ranking.

As the newspaper notes, Mordashov got 25% rich in a year thanks to dividends from Severstal, TUI and Nordgold, as well as the sale of Tele2 shares to Rostelecom.

Mordashov is followed by Vladimir Lisin with $ 1.48 billion in dividend income and the sale of NLMK shares. On the third line of the rating - Alisher Usmanov with receipts of $ 1.43 billion as dividends from Metalloinvest. The fourth place is taken by Vagit Alekperov. He received $ 1.14 billion - mainly from Lukoil dividends. He is followed by Suleiman Kerimov, who, thanks to the sale of shares of the gold mining Polyus and dividends, earned $ 922 million. The sixth place belongs to Vladimir Potanin, whose income from Norilsk Nickel's activities amounted to $ 897 million. Andrey Skoch, who received dividends from Metalloinvest, is in seventh place. "Provided income of $ 875 million. He was followed by Viktor Rashnikov, who received $ 828 million from MMK's dividends, and Gennady Timchenko, who received a stake in Stroytransneftegaz after the sale, as well as $ 788 million in dividends from Novatek, Sibur and Transoil...

Billionaire Roman Abramovich closes the top ten "kings of cash". The sale of stakes in TransContainer and Highland Gold, as well as dividends from Evraz and Norilsk Nickel, provided him with $ 645 million in income.