Lev Kvitnaya, Kirill Shamalov and others: eleven businessmen left the Forbes list

Ziyavudin Magomedov, arrested last year, dropped out of Forbes' global rating this year. In addition to him, the title of a dollar billionaire lost another ten people.
06.03.2019
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Not only ordinary people, but also the heroes of the Forbes list suffer from the deplorable situation in the Russian economy. This year, just eleven domestic billionaires left the ranking of the richest people in the world. And last year, there were less of eight dollar billionaires from Russia in the world - and six of them lost their fortunes due to the fall of Otkritie Bank, Binbank and Promsvyazbank.

This year, the reasons for dropping out of the rating are different for everyone. The co-owner of the Summa group Ziyavudin Magomedov F 81, together with his brother Magomed, was arrested in March last year on suspicion of creating a criminal community. This, of course, could not but affect their business empire. Modest debris remained from the Summa group, which Magomedov had painstakingly collected for many years. The share in the Novorossiysk sea trading port was bought by Transneft - Magomedov, of course, did not receive the money. The shares in Transcontainer and the United Grain Company were ceded by VTB, and the Yakutsk Fuel and Energy Company is trying to bankrupt the Agricultural Bank.

The decrease in LSR liquidity and the company's withdrawal from the FTSE Russia index cost the shareholder Andrei Molchanov F ​​82 dearly.

Unfavorable situation for cement producers. The owner of Novoroscement Lev Kvetnoy F 102 and the owner of Eurocement Group Filaret Galchev F 99 dropped out of the global list of Forbes and, in the case of the latter, Eurocement, which always had a high debt burden, reduced market share.

Vladimir Kogan left the list due to the problems of the Afipsky Refinery (he passed to the management of the New Stream group and Sberbank) and the drop in Uralsib quotations.

Only a year the son of Arkady Rotenberg F 40 Igor F 95 stayed in the club of owners of a fortune with nine zeros. It happened after he transferred his stake (33.3%) to TPS Real Estate to her sister Liliya Rothenberg F 7. It happened 2018, a week before the United States imposed sanctions against him.

Who else among Russians left the global rating of Forbes - in our gallery

Kirill Shamalov

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1.4 billion

Assessment of the condition declined after Forbes found out the details of the transaction for the sale of 17% of Sibur to Leonid Michelson in 2017.

Ziyavudin Magomedov

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1.2 billion

Ziyavudin Magomedov F 81, the owner of the Summa group, was arrested in March 2018 on suspicion of organizing a criminal community. While the businessman is in the Lefortovo SIZO, his assets are gradually moving away to the new owners.


Andrey Molchanov

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1.2 billion

The cost of LSR Group, of which Andrey Molchanov F ​​82 is the majority shareholder, has fallen due to a decrease in LSR liquidity and the company's withdrawal from the FTSE Russia index.

Igor Rotenberg

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1.1 billion

Igor Rotenberg F 95 left the Forbes global rating after he transferred his stake in the developer TPS Real Estate to his sister Lily.

Vladimir Kogan

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1.1 billion

Shares of Uralsib Bank Vladimir Kogan F 91 for the year fell by a quarter. In addition, the Afipsky Kogan refinery was transferred to the management of the New Stream group and Sberbank. The banker himself, who does not appear in public, is reportedly in a coma, according to media reports.

Edward Chukhlebov

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1 billion

The valuation of the UMMC, whose co-owner is Eduard Chukhlebov F 106, has declined.

Igor Kudryashkin

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1 billion

The valuation of the UMMC, whose co-owner is Igor Kudryashkin F 103, has decreased.

Lev Kvetnoy

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1 billion

The capitalization of Novorosscement, owned by Leo Kvetnoy F 102, falls along with the market. The reasons are the stagnation of the economy as a whole and the export of cheap cement from neighboring countries.

Sergey Petrov

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1 billion

The cost estimate for the Rolf car dealer, co-owned by Sergey Petrov, has declined.

Yuri Guschin

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1 billion

The methodology for assessing the main asset of Yuriy Gushchina F 100, the Guta group, has changed.

Philaret Galchev

Status in the ranking of Forbes-2018: $ 1 billion

The capitalization of Eurocement Group, owned by Filaret Galchev F 99, falls along with the market. The reasons are the stagnation of the economy as a whole and the export of cheap cement from neighboring countries.