Posted 30 декабря 2021,, 16:28
Published 30 декабря 2021,, 16:28
Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37
Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37
Senator Suleiman Kerimov, whose family owns 76.3% of the shares of the Polyus gold mining company, lost the most over the past year. The capitalization of the enterprise decreased due to a decrease in exchange prices for precious metals. According to Forbes, Kerimov and his family lost $ 5.99 billion over the year, and their fortune at the end of the year is estimated at $ 14.92 billion.
Next on the list is the founder of the Renova group, Viktor Vekselberg, who has been under US sanctions since 2018. In a year, he lost 2.93 billion, and his fortune is estimated at $ 9.29 billion. The main beneficiary of Domodedovo Airport Dmitry Kamenshchik closes the top three, whose fortune at the end of December 2021 is estimated at $ 1.8 billion (-668 million).
Next on the list is the owner of shares in UMMC, UMMC-Trans, Kuzbassrazrezugol, Andrey Kozitsyn, whose fortune is estimated at $ 5.79 billion (-615 million). He is followed by Vladimir Evtushenkov, the owner of 59% of the shares of AFK Sistema. His fortune is estimated at $ 2.54 billion (-414 million).
Further in the ranking are:
Earlier, Forbes published a rating of Russian billionaires who got rich in 2021. Pavel Durov took the first place with a fortune of $ 17.24 billion (+13.81 billion). It is followed by Tatyana Bakalchuk with a capitalization of $ 13.02 billion (+11.92 billion) and Andrey Melnichenko - $ 25.37 billion (+10.6 billion).
Earlier, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index was published , according to which the combined fortune of the richest people in Russia increased by $ 38 billion compared to the indicators of the beginning of 2021.