The company “LUKOIL” has once again topped the rating of 200 largest private companies of Russia by version of the Russian edition of Forbes.

Three of the 11 members of the Board of Directors of “LUKOIL” are on the Forbes.
Vagit Alekperov and Leonid Fedun is the sixth and 22nd place in the list of richest businessmen of Russia, Lyubov hoba – 15-th place in the ranking of the richest women in Russia. In the ranking of the richest women in Russia also presented the wife of Vagit Alekperov Larisa (21-e a place), which owns 0,175% of the shares of “LUKOIL”.

“Surgutneftegaz” has dropped from second to fourth place, losing to the retailer “Magnit”. In third place was another group of retailers – X5 Retail.

This year, the rating included banks and insurance companies. In particular, in the list of 19 financial companies with total revenue of 1.8 trillion rubles, and an average growth of 17.9%.

“The largest representative sector, the Bank “FC Opening” included in the rating with revenues 287,7 billion, appeared to him in the first and probably the last time in August 2017, it came under the control of the Central Bank”, – the authors of the rating.

Stabilization of the Russian economy is reflected in the rating: the negative dynamics of revenue at the end of 2016 showed 40 participants list the year before there were 50.

“Total revenue increased by 4.9 percent to 32.2 trillion. The average age of the companies is 21. 200 largest companies in Russia there are around 3.3 million people”, – follows from the ranking.

At the same time, the newspaper notes, the private sector continued to give ground under the onslaught of state-owned companies, which the government provides subsidies, grants, and contracts.

According to the FAS, the contribution of state-owned companies in GDP in 2016 was 70% against 50% in 2013. In 2016 in the sphere of purchases from 50 largest suppliers 15 were state-owned enterprises, nine unitary enterprises, and in 10, the state had a share of more than 25%.



LUKOIL again leads the ranking of the largest private companies according to Forbes Russia 01.10.2017

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