Forbes: Vladimir Lisin is no longer Russia’s richest businessman

The owner of Metalloinvest Holding Alisher Usmanov was declared Russia’s richest man in 2012 in Forbes magazine’s Top 200 list. His fortune was estimated at $18.1bn.

The proprietor of NLMK Vladimir Lisin, who topped the rating for the last two years, came second this time with his $15.9bn. He was followed by Severstal’s Alexei Mordashov, who is worth $15.3bn, Interfax reports.

The other people in the Top 10 list are Vladimir Potanin (Norilsk Nickel, $14.bn), Vagit Alekperov (LUKoil, $13.5bn), Mikhail Fridman (Alfa-Group, $13.4bn), Mikhail Prokhorov (Onexim, $13.2bn), Viktor Vekselberg (Renova, $12.4bn), Roman Abramovitch (Millhouse Capital, $12.1bn), and Leonid Mikhelson (Novatek, $11.9bn).

The number of Russian billionaires went down by five over one year, so there are now ninetysix of them altogether, Forbes reports.


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