Ex-head of Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky for the first time in 11 years has ranked among the richest people in Russia published by Russian Forbes. His condition edition valued at $500 million In the ranking of Khodorkovsky took 170th place.
In 2004 Mikhail Khodorkovsky was the head of the “Golden hundred” — the first rating of the richest Russians published by Russian Forbes. His fortune was then estimated at $15.2 billion At the time of the rating, Khodorkovsky was under arrest under the first Yukos case. In 2005, the founder of the oil company entered the list of Forbes for the last time. His condition edition then estimated at $2 billion In the same year, Khodorkovsky had transferred his trusts with shares in GML to his business partner Leonid Nevzlin. To freedom, Khodorkovsky was released only in late 2013. Shortly thereafter, Forbes wrote that the ex-head of Yukos could qualify for $1.7 billion, if there was a co-owner of GML.
In addition to Khodorkovsky, the list of the richest Russians returned Platon Lebedev (164-e a place), which edition also estimated in $0,5 billion Source state of Khodorkovsky and Lebedev Forbes calls Quadrum Atlantic. This Fund, owned by six trusts c Guernsey, whose beneficiaries are specified ex-partners on Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Platon Lebedev, Vladimir Dubov and Mikhail Brudno, wrote Forbes in 2015.
Quadrum Atlantic is under the control of the company Quadrum Global, if its assets divided by all of the former Yukos shareholders equally, they could reclaim the place in the Russian Forbes list, said the then edition.
The rating of the richest Russians was led by the shareholder of SIBUR and NOVATEK’s Leonid Mikhelson, the state of which the edition was estimated at $14.4 billion For them in the top five of the list, followed by the co-owner of “Alfa Group” Mikhail Fridman (assessment of — $13.3 billion), co-owner of USM Holdings Alisher Usmanov (condition assessment — $12.5 billion), the President of “Interros” and “Norilsk Nickel” Vladimir Potanin (the assessment is $12.1 billion), the owner of Volga Group Gennady Timchenko (state assessment — $11.4 billion). In the list of the ten richest Russians also became shareholder of “Severstal” Alexey Mordashov (condition assessment — $10.9 billion), the head of the group of companies “Renova” Viktor Vekselberg (assessment of the state — $10.5 billion), the main shareholder of NLMK Vladimir Lisin (assessment of — $9.3 billion), the head of “LUKOIL” Vagit Alekperov (assessment of — $8.9 billion) and co-owner of “Alfa group” German Khan (evaluation of the state — $8.7 billion).
Of the 200 people included in the list this year are 77 billionaires. The bottom line entering the rating this year was $350 million.
Among the newcomers of the rating — the ex-wife of the ex-shareholder of “Uralkali” Dmitry Rybolovlev Elena Rybolovlev. Her condition, according to Forbes, is $600 million (142nd place) — about the same amount in June 2015, the Swiss court ordered Rybolovlev to pay his ex-wife. In October of the same year Rybolovleva reported reaching agreement on the terms of the divorce, without revealing the terms of the settlement. The state of the Rybolovlev is estimated at $7.7 billion, he ranks 12th in the list.
Elena Rybolovlev became the third woman in the Russian Forbes list. In addition, the list included the head of the Supervisory Board Management Inteco, the wife of former Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov, Elena Baturin (assessment of the state — $1.1 bn, 65th place) and the co-owner of the manufacturer of baby food and mineral water company “Progress” Olga beljavtseva (assessment of — $400 million, 184-e a place).
Another newcomer in the ranking of the richest Russians became co-owner of “SIBUR” Kirill Shamalov, whose fortune is estimated at $1.2 billion (64th place). For the first time also includes the founder of VK and Telegram Pavel Durov. His condition, according to the magazine, is $600 million (135 place).