Forbes compiled the list of the heirs of the Russian billionaires , which will get the richest inheritance. The marriage shares were not taken into account. Forbes experts simply divided the state of each oligarch into all of his recognized children. Therefore, the children of Roman Abramovich did not get into the top 10 of the richest heirs. After all, for each of them( the ex-governor of Chukotka 7 children) had only about 1.1 billion dollars.
We present to you the top ten young lucky winners who will inherit several billions of "evergreen" bills. Contents:
- 10. Laura and Katya Fridman, Alexander and Nika Ozhelsky
- 9. Ksenia Frank, Natalia and Ivan Timchenko
- 8. Ekaterina and Anna Rybolovlevy
- 7. Jahangir Mahmudov
- 6. Irina and Alexander Vekselbergs
- 5. Polina Galitskaya
- 4. Alexis Kuzmichev
- 3. Victoria Mikhelson and her brother
- 2. Tara Melnichenko
- 1. Yusuf Alekperov
10. Laura and Katya Fridman, Alexander and Nicka Ozhelsky
The share for each child is $ 3.3 billion.
Their father Mikhail Fridman is not going to take heirs to work in Alfa Group or LetterOne. It's good when children have freedom of choice.
9. Ksenia Frank, Natalia and Ivan Timchenko
The share of each child - 3.8 billion dollars.
Younger daughter of Gennady Timchenko( the owner of the Volga Group) Ksenia is married to Gleb Frank, the son of the general director of Sovcomflot. The senior is engaged in cinematography according to the Forbes source. And my son studies at the University of Geneva.
8. Ekaterina and Anna Rybolovlev
The share of each child is 3.85 billion dollars.
Last year, a luxurious wedding took place between Catherine and Juan Sartori, a financier from Uruguay. Marriage took place on the island of Scorpios( in the Ionian Sea) - a gift from his beloved daughter from his father. Once upon a time on this Greek island, Aristotle Onassis and Jacqueline Kennedy liked to retire. Younger daughter Anna Rybolovlev does not spoil so much, and she does not have her island yet.
7. Jahangir Mahmudov
The share is 4 billion dollars.
The son of Iskander Makhmudov continues the top-10 wealthiest heirs of Russian businessmen. This is one of the main shareholders of the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company( UMMC).In 2015, Jahangir became deputy general director of the Chelyabinsk Zinc Plant, which is part of UMMC-Holding. His passion is hunting, like that of Makhmudov the elder.
6. Irina and Alexander Vekselbergi
The share for each child is $ 5.25 billion.
The children of the owner of the Renova Group of Viktor Vekselberg studied at Yale University. Alexander works at the US Renova Venture Fund Columbus Nova Technology Partners, which invests in start-ups. Irina lives in Russia and holds the post of adviser to the head of New Age Capital Partners, which deals with Russian-Chinese transactions.
5. Polina Galitskaya
Share - 5,7 billion dollars.
Many of the readers for sure at least once visited the shops of the network "Magnet".They are owned by Polina's father - Sergei Galitsky. It is not known whether his daughter will continue the cause of his father. So far, she is studying at the Kuban State University at the Faculty of Economics. Sergei himself in an interview with Vedomosti said that he would not want his daughter to do business, because women and entrepreneurship are different concepts.
4. Alexis Kuzmichev
The share - 6,7 billion dollars.
Aleksey Kuzmichev, one of the founders and shareholders of Alfa Group, for a long time remained a bachelor. For the first time he entered into marriage in 40-odd years. In 2009, his wife Svetlana had a son Alexis, who is now attending a school in Paris.
3. Victoria Mikhelson and her brother
The share of each child is $ 7.2 billion.
Leonid Mikhelson, who owns Novatek and Sibur, was the daughter of Victoria in 1992.Currently, the girl is engaged in contemporary art( contemporary art), and her 60-year-old father recently had a second child, a boy.
2. Tara Melnichenko
Share - 8.2 billion dollars.
The only daughter of Andrei Melnichenko, who owns EuroChem and SUEK.Tara was 4 years old, and she is still too early for school. But the girl has already seen more countries than many Russians in her whole life. Her parents have real estate not only in Russia, but also in Monaco, USA, England, France and Switzerland.
1. Yusuf Alekperov
Share - 8.9 billion dollars.
The only child of the largest shareholder of the oil company Lukoil, Vagit Alekperov, received a profile education and is preparing to become a continuer of his father's business. He will get a stake in Lukoil, provided that Alekperov, Jr. will not divide or sell it.