The Russian businessmen Alisher Usmanov, Mikhail Fridman and Roman Abramovich is among the richest people in the UK, according to the British newspaper Sunday Times.
The state Usmanov is estimated at 11.68 billion pounds (about 1.4 trillion rubles, seventh place). Last year, the Russian businessman took the eighth position with 11,339 billion pounds (1,01 trillion rubles) . It is also noted that the entrepreneur in 2020 gave Russia 118 million pounds (10.5 billion rubles) to fight the coronavirus.
Usmanov is the major beneficiary of USM Holdings, which, in particular, controls «the company», «Megaphone» and share in Mail.Ru Group.
The Russian businessman, the founder of «Alfa group» Mikhail Fridman this year, took 11 th place ranking. His condition edition of the Sunday Times estimates 10.23 billion pounds ($911 million). Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, the main owner of investment company Millhouse and the main shareholder of Evraz, fell from 9th place last year to 12th. According to the edition, the value of its assets is of 10.16 billion pounds (905 million).
The ranking in this year's British businessman, inventor, founder of Dyson, James Dyson and his family, their condition is estimated at 16.2 billion pounds. Second place was shared by Sri and Gopi Hinduja, the owners of the company of the Hinduja Group, and the founders of Trans World Group, the brothers David and Simon Reuben, their condition is estimated at 16 billion pounds.
In the top ten richest people in the UK also included businessman and philanthropist Leonard Blavatnik, the British businessman Jim Ratcliffe, who owns a chemical concern INEOS, as well as the Duke of Westminster Hugh grovenor.