The Russian edition of Forbes published the list of Russia’s 200 wealthiest businessmen.
The list is topped by retailer Leonid Mikhelson, co-owner of Sibur and Novatek, with $24 billion. Vladimir Lisin, the controlling shareholder of NLMK with $21.3 billion, is on the second place, and Lukoil president Vagit Alekperov with $20.7 billion is on the third place.
Steelmaker Severstal’s CEO Alexei Mordashov is on the fourth place with $20.5 billion.
The combined fortune of all people in the 2019 rating stands at $496 billion.