The main shareholder and the President of the Board of Directors “Severstal” Alexey Mordashov has overtaken Vladimir Potanin, President of Interros group, which owns about 30% of the shares of Norilsk Nickel, a daily updated ranking of billionaires Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
On Monday, the state Mordashov increased by $ 126 million relative to the previous trading day and reached 15.7 billion dollars. Potanin is worth $ 200 million less.
Since the beginning of this year, according to Bloomberg, as Alexey Mordashov has increased by almost a third (28%, or 3.4 billion dollars), and Potanin – 5.7% (835,5 million dollars). The action “Severstal” in the last 12 months rose by 18%, papers “Norilsk Nickel”, by contrast, declined by 3%.
In the current global ranking of the 200 richest people in the world by Bloomberg Mordashov occupies 49-e a place, and Potanin – 51-E. First place in the ranking remains the founder and former head of Microsoft bill gates with a fortune of 86.5 billion, followed by the Creator of the Spanish trade network Zara Amancio Ortega (74 billion), the third place – the founder of Amazon Jeff Bezos (68.5 billion).
The number of Russians in the rating are the head of “NOVATEK” Leonid Michelson (15.1 billion, 57th place), Chairman of the Board of Directors of group of companies “Renova” Viktor Vekselberg (14.2 bn, 64th place) and Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Alfa group” Mikhail Fridman (12.8 billion, 72nd place).
In competing with Bloomberg’s annual ranking of billionaires magazine Forbes magazine this year among the Russians is a leader Leonid Mikhelson. Differences associated with different methods of valuation of assets.
In October, the Bank’s experts, UBS and PricewaterhouseCoopers, the Agency reported that by the end of 2015, there were 1397 billionaires, 50 more than the previous year, reminds RBC. The combined wealth of all billionaires of the world, the study authors estimated 5.1 trillion dollars. During the year it decreased by 300 billion, and the capital of the average billionaire has decreased from 4 billion to 3.7 billion.