Alisher Usmanov first entered the list of the richest people in Switzerland

Billionaire Alisher Usmanov, who had lost the tax resident status in Russia, joined the ranks of 300 richest people in Switzerland for the first time, according to Swiss magazine Bilan.
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Billionaire Alisher Usmanov, who lost residency Russia, for the first time was in the rating 300 richest people in Switzerland according to Swiss magazine Bilan

The Swiss Bilan magazine published a ranking of 300 richest people in the country, which first came to the founder and main shareholder of USM Holdings, the Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov.

Status Usmanov, who is a resident of the Canton of Vaud, the publication estimated at 12-13 billion Swiss francs ($ 11,8-12,8 billion). In the magazine's list of the richest businessman he became among the newcomers.

In the list of 300 richest people in Switzerland by Bilan version also was chairman of the board of directors of "Renova" Viktor Vekselberg. Previously, he was already in the ranking. Status Vekselberg, according to Bilan, for the year increased by 4 billion francs to 12 billion Swiss francs ($ 11.8 billion).

First place in the ranking is the founder of IKEA, Ingvar Kamprad family, the state of which the publication estimated at 45 billion Swiss francs ($ 45 billion).

Earlier Usmanov has lost the status of a tax resident of Russia. As USM representative told the businessman had not spent 183 days required by law in 2015 to confirm the status of tax resident and concentrated on sports and philanthropy.

In Switzerland, there is the International Federation of Fencing office, the president of which is Usmanov.