Lukoil CEO Vagit Alekperov became the leader in the ranking of the most impoverished Russian billionaires in 2020, the list was compiled by Forbes.
According to the publication, the fortune of Alekperov, who owns 28% of Lukoil shares, fell by $ 4.082 billion over the year. This is mainly due to the decline in the oil company’s quotes. If a year ago the company’s shares were sold for 6179 rubles, then this year – for 5100 rubles.
Also in the top three of the most impoverished billionaires were the chairman of the board of Novatek Leonid Mikhelson (-3.555 billion dollars) and the owner of the private investment group Volga Group Gennady Timchenko (-2.339 billion dollars).
In addition, the rating includes Leonid Fedun, Mikhail Gutseriev, Samvel Karapetyan, Igor Altushkin and others.
Earlier it was reported that the list of the richest billionaires in the Russian Federation was headed by Senator Suleiman Kerimov.