Vladimir Lisin returned to the first place in the Russian list of Forbes

The list of richest people in Russia, according to Forbes magazine, was replaced by the leader. He became the owner of a controlling stake in the Novolipetsk Metallurgical Combine (NLMK) Vladimir Lisin. His state of the publication was estimated at 19.1 billion dollars.
06.03.2018
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Lisin was already the leader of the list in 2011. NOVATEK's head Leonid Mikhelson, last year's leader of the list, moved to third place ($ 18 billion). The second line, like last year, took the owner of Severstal Alexei Mordashov ($ 18.7 billion).

The top twenty of the Russian rating Forbes:

1 place. Vladimir Lisin (NLMK, the state of $ 19.1 billion, change for the year: + $ 3 billion)
2nd place. Alexei Mordashov (Severstal, $ 18.7 billion, + $ 1.2 billion)
3rd place. Leonid Mikhelson (NOVATEK, Sibur, $ 18 billion - $ 0.4 billion)
4 place. Vagit Alekperov (LUKOIL, $ 16.4 billion, + $ 1.9 billion)
5 place. Gennady Timchenko (NOVATEK, Sibur, $ 16 billion, unchanged)
6 place. Vladimir Potanin (Norilsk Nickel, $ 15.9 billion, + $ 1.6 billion)
7 place. Andrei Melnichenko (EuroChem, $ 15.5 billion, + $ 2.3 billion)
8 place. Mikhail Fridman (Alfa Group, LetterOne, $ 15.1 billion + $ 0.7 billion)
9 place. Viktor Vekselberg (Renova, $ 14.4 billion, + $ 1.9 billion)
10 place. Alisher Usmanov (Metalloinvest, $ 12.5 billion, $ 2.7 billion)
11 place. Roman Abramovich (shares in Evraz and Norilsk Nickel, $ 10.8 billion + $ 1.7 billion)
12 place. German Khan (Alfa Group and LetterOne, $ 9.8 billion + $ 0.5 billion)
13 place. Mikhail Prokhorov ($ 9.6 billion + $ 0.7 billion)
14 place. Viktor Rashnikov (Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works, $ 9.3 billion + $ 1 billion)
15 place. Alexei Kuzmichev (Alfa Group and LetterOne, $ 7.6 billion + $ 0.4 billion)
16 place. Iskander Makhmudov ("The Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company, $ 7.3 billion + $ 0.8 billion)
17 place. Leonid Fedun (10% of LUKOIL, $ 6.9 billion + $ 0.6 billion)
18 place. Dmitry Rybolovlev ($ 6.8 billion, $ 0.5 billion)
19 place. Oleg Deripaska (Basic Element, $ 6.7 billion + $ 1.6 billion)
20 place. Suleiman Kerimov (gold mining company Polyus, $ 6.4 billion + $ 0.1 billion).

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