Russian Forbes has published an annual ranking of the richest Russian clans, in which the first line, like a year ago, took the Gutseriev family. For the year, according to Forbes, their status has increased two and a half times, to $9.8 billion
The family included the founder of the group “Safmar” Mikhail Gutseriev, his brother Sait-Salam Gutseriyev and his nephew Mikhail Shishkhanov. Shares in the group companies also have a son Gutseriev said, but, according to Forbes, the real business it is not in the list of the richest Russians it is not included. Controlled by the Gutseriev group Safmar (formerly BIN) for the year had transactions amounting to $1.5 billion, buying banks, pension funds, developers and oil companies. Money on transactions Gutseriyev was taken from accumulated abroad reserve, says Forbes. Mikhail Gutseriev has earned $700 million, zahedzhirovat risks of a sharp drop in oil prices.
Second place in the ranking kept by the family of Rotenberg, the cumulative condition which, according to Forbes, for the year decreased by $150 million to $2.8 billion Family imagine Rotenberg Arkady, whose company is building the Kerch bridge, his son Igor, brother and nephew, Roman.
Third place went to the brothers Alexey and Dmitry Ananeva, which owns PSB and Bank “Revival” system integrator Technoserv, the developer of “Promsvyaznedvizhimost” and two of the largest Moscow printing house. Their combined fortune Forbes estimated at $2.8 billion.
For the first time in a rating of the richest Russian clans according to Forbes entered the family Shmulovich, a common condition which is estimated at $2.4 billion, Forbes also evaluated the status of shareholder of Bank “Russia” Nikolay Shamalov and his son, co-owner of “SIBUR” Kirill Shamalov. Reuters in 2015, wrote that the latter is married to Katerina Tikhonova, her Agency was called the youngest daughter of Russian President Vladimir Putin. However, Putin himself at a press conference in December 2015 is not confirmed that Katerina Tikhonova is his daughter.
In the top 10 ranking also included the sons of the former President of Tatarstan Airat and Radik Shaimiev (combined wealth — $1.7 billion), the brothers Sergei and Nikolai Sarkisov ($1.4 billion), Musa Bazhayev, his brother Mavlit and nephew Denis ($1.25 billion), Ruslan, Megdet, Timur and Rakhimkulova ($1.2 billion), brothers Magomed Magomedov and Ziaudin ($1.15 billion), Zelimkhan Mutsoev, his brother, Amirkhan Mori and sons, Alik and Amiran ($950 million).