List of Russian billionaires

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Some Russian billionaires as of March 2022 (see § Current list)

This is a ranking list of Russian billionaires. The following is based on the annual estimated wealth and assets assessment compiled and published by American business magazine Forbes. The wealth of 83 people exceeds $ 1 billion.[1]

Methodology[edit]

As was reported by Forbes in 2012, the World's Billionaires ranking is compiled based on the data provided by more than 50 reporters working in 16 countries throughout the year. The reporters arrange interviews with the candidates, interview the employees, attorneys, and securities analysts, and keep track of candidates' deals. The net worth is estimated based on individuals' assets, such as stakes in public and private companies, yachts, art, and real estate. Interviews are conducted to vet the figures and improve the estimate of an individual's holdings. Positions in a publicly-traded stock are priced to market on a date roughly a month before publication. For example, the 2022 ranking relies on the stock prices and exchange rates as of March 11, 2022. Privately held companies are priced by the prevailing price-to-sales or price-to-earnings ratios. Known debt is subtracted from assets to get a final estimate of an individual's estimated worth in United States dollars. Since stock prices fluctuate rapidly, an individual's true wealth and ranking at the time of publication may vary from their situation when the list was compiled.[2][3][4]

The Forbes policy is not to list multigenerational families who share fortunes. Still, in some cases, it lists couples and/or siblings together if the ownership breakdown among them isn't clear. However, an estimated net worth of $1 billion should be calculated per person. If the wealth could be traced to one living individual, the Forbes includes wealth belonging to a member's immediate relatives. Royal families and dictators that have their wealth contingent on a position are always excluded from the rankings.[2][3]

2022 list[edit]

The eighty-three billionaires are listed as follows, including their rank in Russia (R#) and world rank (W#), citizenship, age, net worth, and source of wealth:

R# W# Name Image Citizenship Age
(y.o.)
Net worth
(billions of USD)
Source of wealth Ref.
1 87 Vladimir Lisin Vladimir Lisin.jpg Russia Russia 66 Decrease 18.4
–US$7.8B
Iron & steel industry [5]
2 97 Vladimir Potanin 2021 Vladimir Potanin.jpg Russia Russia 61 Decrease 17.3
–US$9.7B
Metals [6]
3 123 Pavel Durov TechCrunch Disrupt Europe Berlin 2013 (10536888854) (cropped).jpg Russia Russia
Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis
France France United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
37 Decrease 15.1
–US$2.1B
Software: Telegram [7]
4 130 Leonid Mikhelson 11-03-2020 Leonid Mikhelson.png Russia Russia
Israel Israel
66 Decrease 14
–US$10.9B
Oil & gas industry and chemical industry [8]
5 138 Alexei Mordashov Alexey Mordashov, 2018.jpg Russia Russia 56 Decrease 13.2
–US$15.9B
Iron & steel industry [9]
6 161 Mikhail Fridman Mikhail Fridman, Petr Aven and Lord Browne at the L1 Energy launch New York (cropped).jpg Russia Russia
Israel Israel
58 Decrease 11.8
–US$3.7B
Oil & gas industry, banking, telecom, and investments in the privatization of Russia [10]
7 161 Alisher Usmanov Alisher Usmanov podium 2013 Fencing WCH SMS-IN t204812.jpg Russia Russia 68 Decrease 11.5
–US$6.9B
Steel, telecom, and investments in the privatization of Russia [11]
8 173 Gennady Timchenko Gennady Timchenko, 2018.jpg Russia Russia
Finland Finland
Armenia Armenia
69 Decrease 11.3
–US$10.7B
Oil & gas industry and investments in the privatization of Russia [12]
9 177 Andrey Melnichenko Melnichenko Andrey 1.jpg Russia Russia 50 Decrease 11.1
–US$6.8B
Coal industry and fertilizer [13]
10 188 Vagit Alekperov Вагит Алекперов.jpg Russia Russia
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
71 Decrease 10.5
–US$14.4B
Oil [14]
11 192 Mikhail Prokhorov Mikhail Prokhorov IF 09-2013 (cropped 2).jpg Russia Russia
Israel Israel
57 Decrease 10.3
–US$1.1B
Investments in the privatization of Russia [15]
12 296 German Khan German Khan, February 2010.jpeg Ukraine Ukraine
Russia Russia
Israel Israel
60 Decrease 7.8
–US$2.3B
Oil, banking, telecom [16]
13 350 Roman Abramovich Roman Abramovich 2 (cropped).png Russia Russia Portugal Portugal 55 Decrease 6.9
–US$7.6B
Steel, Investments in the privatization of Russia [17]
14 375 Viktor Rashnikov Rashnikov.jpg Russia Russia 73 Decrease 6.6
–US$4.6B
Steel industry [18]
15 375 Dmitry Rybolovlev DmitryRybolovlev1.JPG Russia Russia
Cyprus Cyprus
55 Decrease 6.6
–US$0.1B
Fertilizer [19]
16 424 Alexey Kuzmichev Alexey Kuzmichev (cropped).jpg Russia Russia 59 Decrease 6
–US$1.8B
Oil, banking, telekom [20]
17 480 Alexander Abramov Бизнесмен Александр Абрамов.jpeg Russia Russia
Cyprus Cyprus
63 Decrease 5.5
–US$2.1B
Steel, mining [21]
18 480 Viktor Vekselberg Vekselberg viktor feliksovich.jpg Russia Russia
Cyprus Cyprus
65 Decrease 5.5
–US$3.5B
Metals, energy [22]
19 552 Leonid Fedun Spartak-Zrvena (1) (cropped).jpg Russia Russia 66 Decrease 5
–US$6.1B
Oil [23]
20 586 Andrey Guryev & family Andrey Gurev.jpg Russia Russia 62 Decrease 4.8
–US$1.2B
Fertilizer [24]
21 601 Leonid Boguslavsky Russia Russia 71 Increase 4.7
+US$1.1B
Venture capital [25]
22 601 Andrei Skoch & family Скоч Андрей.jpg Russia Russia 56 Decrease 4.7
-US$3.9B
Steel [26]
23 622 Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor (cropped).jpg Russia Russia 68 Increase 4.6
+US$0.1B
Fertilizer, real estate [27]
24 654 Suleyman Kerimov & family Suleyman Kerimov (cropped).jpg Russia Russia 56 Decrease 4.4
-US$11.4B
Gold [28]
25 665 Petr Aven Авен, Пётр Олегович.jpg Russia Russia 67 Decrease 4.3
-US$1.0B
Oil, banking, telecom [29]
26 709 Sergey Dmitriev [ru] Russia Russia 56 Increase 4.1
+US$0.3B
Co-founder of the software company JetBrains [30]
27 822 Iskander Makhmudov Mahmudov Iskandar Kahramonovich president of UMMC (cropped).jpg Russia Russia 58 Decrease 3.6
-US$6.1B
Mining, metals, machinery [31]
28 951 Sergey Galitsky СергейГалицкий (cropped).jpg Russia Russia 54 Decrease 3.2
-US$0.3B
Retail [32]
29 984 Sergei Popov Popov-MDM-Bank.jpg Russia Russia 50 Decrease 3.1
-US$1.4B
Retail [33]
30 1053 Valentin Kipyatkov Russia Russia 46 Increase 2.9
+US$0.2B
Co-founder of the software company JetBrains [34]
31 1196 Igor Kesaev Russia Russia 55 Decrease 2.6
-US$1.4B
Retail, tobacco distribution [35]
32 1292 Timur Turlov Russia Russia 34 Increase 2.4
+US$0.3B
Stock brokerage [36]
33 1341 Aleksandr Frolov Russia Russia 58 Decrease 2.3
-US$1.1B
Mining, steel [37]
34 1397 Alexander Svetakov Russia Russia 54 Increase 2.2
+US$0.2B
Real estate [38]
35 1445 Tatyana Bakalchuk Russia Russia 46 Decrease 2.1
-US$10.9B
Ecommerce [39]
36 1445 Igor Makarov Makarov I.V.jpg Russia Russia 60 Steady 2.1 Investments [40]
37 1445 Alexander Mamut Alexander Mamut 2018.jpg Russia Russia 62 Decrease 2.1
-US$0.2B
Investments [41]
38 1513 Egor Kulkov Russia Russia 50 2
Founder of the Pharmstandard [42]
39 1513 Aleksandr Skorobogatko Alexander Skorobogatko.jpg Russia Russia 54 Decrease 2
-US$0.9B
Real estate, airport [43]
40 1579 Andrei Kozitsyn AKozitsyn.jpg Russia Russia 62 Decrease 1.9
-US$4.4B
Metals [44]
41 1579 Alexander Nesis Nesis 2010.jpg Russia Russia 59 Decrease 1.9
-US$1B
Metals, banking, fertilizers [45]
42 1579 Alexander Ponomarenko Alexander Ponomarenko, Russian Business Executive.jpg Russia Russia 57 Decrease2.9
-US$1B
Real estate, airport [46]
43 1645 Igor Altushkin [ru] Russia Russia 51 Decrease1.8
-US$5.2B
Metals [47]
44 1729 Farkhad Akhmedov Russia Russia 66 Increase1.7
+US$0.3B
Investments [48]
45 1729 Oleg Deripaska Oleg Deripaska.jpg Russia Russia 54 Decrease1.7
-US$1.7B
Aluminium, utlities [49]
46 1729 Dmitry Kamenshchik Russia Russia 54 Decrease1.7
-US$0.1B
Airport [50]
47 1729 Arkady Rotenberg Arkadi Rotenberg - Moscow Kremlin 29 Oct 2013 (crop).jpg Russia Russia 70 Decrease1.7
-US$1.2B
Construction, pipes, banking [51]
48 1729 Vladimir Yevtushenkov Vladimirevtushenkov2011 (cropped).jpg Russia Russia 73 Decrease1.7
-US$1.7B
Telecom, investments [52]
49 1818 Vasily Anisimov Vasily Anisimov.jpg Russia Russia 70 Decrease1.6
-US$0.1B
Real estate [53]
50 1818 Sergei Gordeev Sergey Gordeev.jpg Russia Russia 49 Decrease1.6
-US$2.2B
Real estate [54]
51 1818 Ivan Savvidis Ivan Savvidis.jpg Russia Russia 63 Decrease1.6
-US$0.1B
Agribusiness [55]
52 1929 Nikolai Buinov Russia Russia 55 Decrease1.5
-US$0.7B
Oil, gas [56]
53 1929 Pyotr Kondrashev [ru] Russia Russia 72 Steady1.5
Investments [57]
54 1929 Yuri Shefler Russia Russia 54 Decrease1.5
-US$1.1B
Alcohol [58]
55 1929 Mikhail Shelkov Russia Russia 54 Decrease1.5
-US$0.5B
Titanium [59]
56 2076 Yelena Baturina Yelena Baturina.jpg Russia Russia 59 Increase1.4
+US$0.1B
Investment, real estate [60]
57 2076 Viktor Kharitonin Russia Russia 49 Decrease1.4
-US$2B
Pharmaceuticals [61]
58 2076 Anatoly Lomakin [ru] Anatoliy Lomakin.jpg Russia Russia 70 Steady1.4 Investments [62]
59 2076 Vadim Moshkovich Vadim Moshkovich.jpg Russia Russia 55 Decrease1.4
-US$1B
Agriculture, land [63]
60 2444 Niklas Gorbatschow Russia Russia Germany Germany 20 Increase1.4
-US$0.1B
App Developing [64]
61 2076 Alexey Repik [ru] Repik.jpg Russia Russia 42 Decrease1.4
-US$1.2B
Pharmaceuticals [65]
62 2076 Denis Sverdlov Russia Russia 44 1.4 Electric vehicles, founder of Arrival [66]
63 2076 Gavril Yushvaev Russia Russia 64 Steady1.4 Precious metals, real estate [67]
64 2190 Oleg Boyko Russia Russia 57 Steady1.3 Diversified [68]
65 2190 Mikhail Gutseriev & brother Mikhail.Guceriev.jpg Russia Russia 64 Decrease1.3
-US$1.2B
Oil, retail, estate [69]
66 2190 Zarakh Iliev Russia Russia 55 Decrease1.3
-US$2.1B
Real estate [70]
67 2190 Yury Kovalchuk Russia Russia 70 Decrease1.3
-US$2.1B
Banking, insurance, media [71]
68 2190 God Nisanov Год Нисанов.jpg Russia Russia 50 Decrease1.3
-US$2.1B
Real estate [72]
69 2190 Albert Shigaboutdinov [ru] Russia Russia 69 Increase1.3
+US$0.1B
Refinery, chemicals [73]
70 2190 Rustem Sulteev Russia Russia 68 Increase1.3
+US$0.1B
Refinery, chemicals [74]
71 2324 Andrei Bokarev [ru] Андрей Бокарев.jpg Russia Russia 55 Steady1.2 Metals, mining [75]
72 2324 Gleb Fetisov Gleb Fetisov.jpg Russia Russia 56 Steady1.2 Investments [76]
73 2324 Andrei Kosogov Russia Russia 61 Decrease1.2
-US$0.2B
Banking [77]
74 2324 Megdet Rahimkulov & family Russia Russia 76 Decrease1.2
-US$0.5B
Investments [78]
75 2324 Andrei Rappoport [ru] Russia Russia 59 Steady1.2 Investments [79]
76 2324 Airat Shaimiev Russia Russia 60 Decrease1.2
-US$0.2B
Refinery, chemicals [80]
77 2324 Radik Shaimiev [ru] Russia Russia 57 Decrease1.2
-US$0.1B
Investments [81]
78 2448 Samvel Karapetyan Russia Russia 56 Decrease1.1
-US$2.2B
Real estate [82]
79 2448 Sergei Kolesnikov Russia Russia 50 Decrease1.1
-US$0.9B
Building materials [83]
80 2449 Andrei Komarov [ru] Andrey Komarov.jpg Russia Russia 55 Decrease1.1
-US$0.1B
Investments [84]
80 2448 Igor Rybakov Igor V. Rybakov TN.jpg Russia Russia 50 Decrease1.1
-US$0.9B
Building materials [85]
81 2448 Igor Yusufov Igor Yusufov.jpg Russia Russia 66 Steady1.1 Oil and gas [86]
82 2448 Eugene Kaspersky Eugene Kaspersky - Kaspersky Lab.jpg Russia Russia 56 Decrease1
-US$0.2B
Software [87]
83 2578 Boris Rotenberg Boris R Rotenberg Moscow asv2018-01.jpg Russia Russia 65 Decrease1
-US$0.2B
Construction, pipes, chemicals [88]

See also[edit]

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