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I moved this piece of information to Discussion because it seemed based on speculation rather than fact. Kept it here just in case I was wrong:
"Latsis family fortune which is managed by Spyro, includes more tha 40% in EFG Eurobank Egrasias, the greek arm of his swiss EFG Group and more tha 30% in Hellenic Petroleum the major petroleum player in the Balkans. Only these two holdings are worth more than 5 billion euro. It is very sensible to value Latsis family fortune at more than 10 billion euro. The forbes figures for 2004 are absolutely wrong. Latsis group also controls PrivatAir a big private jet owner and operator and Lamda Development a major real estate group based in Athens. From the point that Paris mother holds the 1/3 of the whole estate, Paris in a billioner himself for sure."
You are correct. Forbes latest list March-09-2006 values Latsis family at $9.1B. My estimate is $13B. Spyros Latsis and his late father John combined were valued at over 12 Billion Euros in 2003 by Euro Business Magazine. considering the accleration in wealth in the last three years this could be as high as $17 Billion.