Table of contents:
- The Mikhailov family
- Linnik family
- The Sarkisov family
- Rakhimkulov family
- The Bazhaev family
- The Evtushenkov family
- The Shaimiev family
- The Gutseriev family
- The Guriev family
- Rotenberg family
It's no secret that a business, especially a large one, is usually a family business. This is not surprising - when creating an enterprise, the owner, as a rule, surrounds himself with people whom he can trust 100%, and who can he trust more than his relatives? That is why family members usually actively participate in the management of the family business and own shares in it. And the total fortune of relatives is estimated at billions of dollars.
The Mikhailov family
This family clan owns the Cherkizovo Group, the largest meat producer in Russia. The company was founded at one time by Igor Babaev, but he himself is in a divorce from his wife and takes part in business management only indirectly, if his personal intervention is required. The main management is carried out by the sons of the businessman Sergei and Yevgeny and his ex-wife Lydia. The general condition of family members taking part in management (excluding Igor Babaev) is estimated at $ 1.1 billion.
Twin brothers Alexander and Viktor Linnik, whose total fortune is estimated at $ 1.35 billion, created the Miratorg company more than 25 years ago. Over the years, a small enterprise engaged in the supply of meat from Latin America has become the largest landowner and the largest pork producer in Russia.
The Sarkisov family
Brothers Sergei and Nikolai Sarkisovs are co-owners of the RESO group of companies and the country's largest insurance company RESO-Garantia, and their total capital is $ 1.7 billion. The family owns overseas property and the production company Blitz Production.
The fortune of Megdet Rakhimkulov and his sons Timur and Ruslan totals $ 1.8 billion, and its source is investment activity. They own the Kafijat company. Megdet Nigmatovich has worked with Gazprom for many years, and the family assets include OTP Bank and the oil and gas company MOL.
The Bazhaev family
Musa Bazhaev, his brother Mavlit and nephew Denis have a fortune of $ 1.9 billion. They are co-owners of the Alliance Group diversified holding, which operates not only in Russia, but in neighboring countries. Their wealth is based on precious metals.
The Evtushenkov family
Vladimir Yevtushenkov and his son Felix have a fortune of $ 2.3 billion for two, and their interests include investments, telecommunications and communications, real estate, goods for children, agribusiness and medicine. The father heads the board of directors of AFK Sistema, of which the son is also a member.
The Shaimiev family
The fortune of brothers Ayrat and Radik Shemiyev and son of Ayrat Timur, amounting to $ 2.85 billion, is based on oil and petrochemicals. They own oil refining and petrochemical companies.
The Gutseriev family
This family, whose fortune today is estimated at 3.2 billion dollars, has long been ranked first in the ranking of the richest family clans in Russia. The source of wealth of the brothers Mikhail and Sait-Salam Gutseriev, as well as the son of Mikhail Gutseriev Said, became oil, coal and real estate.The family, in addition to oil and investment companies, the Safmar group and real estate, owns the M.Video network.
The Guriev family
Andrei Guryev, his wife Evgenia and children Andrei and Julia have a combined fortune of $ 5.1 billion. All of them are beneficiaries of the family trust, and their wealth is based on activities related to agribusiness and fertilizers. They own a large stake in the fertilizer producer Phosagro.
Arkady Rotenberg, who is the chairman of the board of the Russian Ice Hockey Federation, his brother Boris, son Igor and daughter Lilia were recognized in 2020 as the richest family clan in Russia, and their total fortune is estimated at $ 5.45 billion. The Rothenbergs are interested in investment and industrial construction, real estate and oilfield services.
It is noteworthy that by the beginning of the 20th century, fixed capital in Russia was concentrated not among families of aristocratic origin, but among entrepreneurs. The richest people of tsarist Russia owned banks, factories, factories, were engaged in oil production, trade. The Bolsheviks, who declared all their family empires a national treasure, sought to get rid of the production workers themselves, because their fate is mostly tragic.
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