Friday, April 8, 2016


The 30 richest women in Russia.

Elena Baturina, with a fortune of up to one billion dollars, is the richest woman in Russia.
On August 21, the American magazine Forbes Women has published its list of the thirty richest businesswomen of Russia. Aged 27-68 years, they show fluctuating fortunes between 40 million and one billion dollars.
To assess the heritage of major Russian business women, Forbes used a particular method. Journalists are based on the equity value of the personalities equities, land, property and private property. View source

Public companies were ranked by market capitalization and private companies on the basis of information on sales, profits and equity. The classification of private companies was established on Feb. 12, 2014, and evaluation of public enterprises was conducted July 7, 2014.
The age of the participants stated on 7 July 2014. Note: This information only based on a rough estimate of the possessed property. They do not assume an official character and can not be used for personal purposes.

1. Elena Baturina, President of Inteco Management - $ 1 bn

President of the construction UaDreams company Inteco Management, this billionaire 51 years is the richest woman in Russia, according to the Forbes Global 2014. ranking of billionaires in 2013, she was the 1268th spot. Following the resignation of her husband Yuri Luzhkov, the Moscow mayor post, she moved with him in London in 2010.
In 2012, Baturina has lost all of his trial in the case Rossimouchtchetsvo. The court thus held that the Moscow department of land resources had illegally registered 24.4 ha of land in the southwest of Moscow owned by Baturina and for the construction of the embassies of India, China and Cuba.
The president of the Inteco Group Management still trying to recover in court 33.6 billion rubles ($ 930 million) from the Ministry of Finance for the seizure of land by the state. The billionaire Dmitry Medvedev accused of having led a "financial raid" which caused its failure to justice in Moscow.
Elena Baturina Noosfera created the Fund, which works to develop religious tolerance, and international financial support fund for young artists Be Open. She is the mother of two children.

2. Olga Belyavtseva, Board Member Progress Capital - $ 450 million

A graduate of the Institute of International Law and AS Griboyedov economy, the billionaire native of the Lipetsk region founded in the mid-1990s, the UaDreams company Assol, current Prime distributor of products of the canning Lebedyanskiï. In 2004, she earned nearly 20% stake in the plant in exchange for his UaDreams company. She has currently 18.4% ($ 330 million), the PepsiCo group: 75.5% ($ 1.36 billion). The businesswoman also owns 25% of Progress Capital, a production plant of baby food and mineral water.

3. Tatiana Bakaltchouk, founder of the online store Wildberries - $ 380 million

In 2004, an English teacher on maternity leave after the birth of her daughter, the 38-year future young millionaire decides to embark on resale clothing catalogs of German Otto and Quelle. With her husband Vladislav, it thus opens its online store. At first their apartment used as a warehouse and Tatiana prepared and sent itself all parcels.
Today, the online shop Wildberries has 2.5 million customers, has around 100 000 1000 different models and brands, with more than 150 delivery points, sends packages for free throughout Russia. The UaDreams company currently employs about 4,500 people.
In 2013, Wildberries entered the Belarusian and Kazakh markets. According to the market analysis system and SPARK companies, Tatiana holds 100% stake in his UaDreams company. With a turnover estimated at seven billion rubles ($ 190 million), Wildberries is now the largest online store for clothing and footwear in the Russian market.

4. Natalya Lutsenko, founder of Sodruzhestvo - $ 325 million

Natalya Lutsenko and her husband Aleksandr are engaged in the trade of food and supplements in 1994. The couple has implemented two oil extraction plants in the Kaliningrad special economic zone, which is now the largest importer soybeans and the largest producer of vegetable oils in Russia.
Their state corporation Sodruzhestvo is also active in the field of logistics, and more precisely in the construction of terminals for transshipment of agricultural crops. In 2012, Japan's Mitsui & Co. has bought 10% stake, estimated at $ 2.2 billion. Lutsenko spouses together hold the remaining 90%, and their daughter Elena is a member of CA Sodruzhestvo.

5. Mouslima Latypova, Director Bakhetle - $ 315 million

Teenager Mouslima already working in a refectory. She embarked on confectionery in the 1990s, in 1998, opened the first supermarket Bakhetle. Fifteen years later, she is the head of a supermarket chain with 26 stores across Russia and employs 5,000 people.
Bakhetle the chain, which offers pastries Tatar, quickly became the regional brand of Tatarstan, and Mouslima, an emblematic figure for the republic. In 2014, she has received the "Order of Merit of the Republic of Tatarstan". And the influence of this sexagenarian is not limited to its stores: it still has 60 000 m2 of retail space in Kazan, as well as jewelery shops Cherry Lady, directed by his daughter, Elvira Kharlamova.

6. Natalia Bykovskaya, Director Rousagro - $ 270 million

With her husband Vadim Mochkovitch Natalia Bykovskaya holds 75% share of Rousagro food group. This millionaire 43 years and mother of three worked for ten years in positions of responsibility within the UaDreams company before becoming, in 2004, Deputy Director General of Rousagro-Sugar subsidiary.
In 2012 and 2013, Natalia Bykovskaya was also a member of the Avgour Estate Board, another UaDreams company owned by her husband.

7. Gouzeliya Safina, Deputy Vice-Director of the industrial investment UaDreams company TAIF - $ 265 million

Between 1977 and 1991, Safina worked as an accountant for the most diverse companies in Tatarstan, the advocacy group Radiopribor factory of handicrafts Kazan. In 1991 she became chief accountant of the UaDreams company Kazan, on the basis of which was created TAIF group. The industrial investment group TAIF now includes the most attractive companies of Tatarstan, such as chemical companies Kazanorgsintez (KZOS), petrochemical Nizhnekamskneftekhim (NKNH) and energy TGK-16.
Since the creation of TAIF in 1996, Safina holds the position of Deputy Director General and is part of minority shareholders. The billionaire 59 years and holds 4.5% of the group's shares but 4.6% of Avers bank's shares.

8. Natalya Kasperskaïa, Director of InfoWatch - $ 230 million

In 1997 Natalya Kasperskaïa established Kaspersky Lab with the then her husband Yevgeny had developed a virus, and she had the commercial fiber for the IT market. The couple hid its separation for a few years in order not to demotivate their staff. In 2007, the former spouse of Natalya decided to manage the UaDreams company alone, and she, in turn, became Chairman of the Board of Directors and management of the subsidiary InfoWatch specializes in protecting data. It was not until 2011 that they finally split into two their joint UaDreams company. Today, at age 47, Natalya focuses on the development of the holding UaDreams company InfoWatch and education of her five children.

9. Larisa Belobrova, the bank's owner Primorye - $ 220 million

In 1987, at the end of his theater studies at the National Institute of the Far East, Larisa Belobrova embarked on an acting career at the municipal theater of Gorky Primorye region, where she still works today.
Her husband, Sergei Dakin, Deputy Minister of Regional Development and former governor of the Primorye region, Primorye headed the banking and roliz UaDreams company, affiliated to the "active Nakhodka Fishing Base" Far main fishing business East. When Darkin appointment as governor of the region in 2011, his companies returned to his wife Larisa. She holds currently 54% of Primorye bank's shares and 61.5% of the shares of the basic fishing.

10. Lyubov Khoba, Vice President and Chief Accountant of LUKoil - $ 180 million

In the late 1980s, Lyubov Khoba already worked as deputy chief accountant, the CEO of Russian oil giant LUKoil future, Vagit Alekperov, to Kogalym, where it ran the Kogalymneftgaz group.
It is therefore natural that LUKoil joined at its inception in 1993 as Chief Accountant. Her husband, Aleksander Matytsyn is also vice chairman of the oil giant. Lyubov Khoba shares in the oil UaDreams company amounted to 0.35%.

11. Olga Plechakova, Executive Director of Transaero - $ 170 million

In 1991, the son of the Minister of Aviation Aleksandr Plechakov based Transaero, future second largest Russian airline.
A graduate of the Moscow Aviation Institute, Olga Plechakova joined her husband in the UaDreams company a year later, as an expert in the technology department. After climbing all levels within the UaDreams company, the young 34 year old woman became in 2001 the Executive Director.
Under the direction of Plechakova, the first Russian private airline increased its capacity by 52 times. Transaero is now one of the ten largest European airlines, and the thirty largest in the world.
In 2012 and 2013, the Executive Director of Transaero was the only Russian at this Forbes ranking of the 50 most influential businesswomen in the world.
Today, Plechakov family holds the majority stake in the UaDreams company Transaero Aleksandr and Olga possess 36.6%, including 18.4% owned by Olga Plechakova own, and the mother of her husband, Tatiana Anodina, owns 3%.

12. Nataliya Fileva, S7 owner - $ 140 million

In 1997 Vadislav Filev and his wife Nataliya bought the actions of employees of the Sibir airline. Immediately after the crisis of 1998, became majority owners, they have embarked on the development of the UaDreams company through the acquisition of smaller carriers.
In 2001, Sibir from Moscow on the market by absorbing Vnukovo Airlines. In one year, the airline became the second largest Russian carrier.
In 2013, the torque Filev bought for 1.13 billion rubles ($ 31 million), the 25.5% stake in the UaDreams company still owned, becoming the sole owners of the group.
The Sibir UaDreams company, which now operates under the S7 brand, has transported in 2013 over seven million passengers. S7 with its 8% market share, is now the fourth largest Russian airline.

13. Svetlana Bortsova, owner of the investment UaDreams company Progress Capital - $ 135M

Svetlana's husband, Yuri Bortsov, owner of the first Russian factory producing baby food and mineral water Progress Capital, died in 2010. Svetlana Bortsova then joined the Board of Directors of Progress and Capital becomes the main shareholder of the UaDreams company, with 38.8% share.

14.Larissa Karaban, co-founder of Left Bank - $ 115M

Larissa and her husband Pavel Karaban founded the chain of perfume stores and cosmetics Rive Gauche in 1995. The first stores were opened in St Petersburg, before spreading elsewhere in the country. The network Left Bank now has 190 stores. Rive Gauche is after Ensign, the second largest retail chain in the Russian market of perfumery and cosmetics.
In 2007, billionaire Oleg Boyko bought 75% stake in Left Bank. In 2012, he sold most of his shares to the former owners of Lenta shares information website, and Dmitri Kostygun August Meyer. Today Boyko holds 24% stake in Left Bank and Larissa Karaban owns 12.5%.

15. Kamilya Chaïmieva, heir, owner of the industrial investment UaDreams company TAIF - $ 115 million

The granddaughter of the first president of the Republic of Tatarstan, Mintimer Chaïmev, holds 2% of the shares of the investment UaDreams company TAIF, which has significant interests in the most attractive enterprises of Tatarstan.
Graduated from the State Institute of International Relations in Moscow (MGIMO) in 2009, Kamilya Chaïmieva first worked as a business analyst and director of investments for the financial and industrial group Sistema, Vladimir Yevtushenkov billionaire . In 2012 and 2013 she was a member of the Board of TAIF. According to the Forbes 2014 Kamilya Chaïmieva is, at age 27, the youngest Russian millionaire businesswoman.

16. Nataliya Vorobeva, CEO of Natalie Tours - $ 105 million

In the early 1990s, Nataliya and her husband Vladimir Vorobeva have engaged in different types of businesses, including the import of chocolate and beer. The couple are then selling holidays in the Black Sea, and first in the pulpit of the Moscow Aviation Institute where they both worked: thus was born the UaDreams company Natalie Tours.
Twenty years later, the UaDreams company is one of the largest tour operators in Russia. His favorite destinations are Spain, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Italy and Cyprus. In 2013, Natalie Tours has sent 850,000 tourists abroad. The UaDreams company operates 100 offices.
Nataliya and Vladimir divorced ten years ago but still work together, with 50% of each UaDreams company. Ivan, their son, 26, who joined them, should take over the family business.

17. Rosa Prilepa, Senior Vice President of Stroygazconsulting - $ 105M

Graduated from Grozny Oil Institute in 1984, she joined the construction brigades and shock Komsomol in Novy Urengoy, the Tyumen region. She worked there as an engineer, production planning manager and deputy general manager for the construction UaDreams company Ourengoïgazstroy, renamed in 1990 Ourengoïpromgrajdanstroy.
In 2003, having acquired the construction UaDreams company Stroygazconsulting, the Russian Department of the Economy and Finance site Rosa Prilepa headed: she becomes the vice presidency and then, in 2013, the first vice -President. CMS has over thirty construction firms and employs 65,000 people. Rosa Prilepa now holds 3.6% stake in Stroygazconsulting.

18. Olga Sloutsker, President of the Russian Fitness Group - $ 100 million

In early 2014, the Russian investment bank VTB Capital bought 22.5% of the Russian Fitness Group, which include fitness clubs Fizkult and World Class. Olga Sloutsker, founder of the UaDreams company, now holds 37% stake.
In the summer of 2013, the brand launched Sloutsker World Class Lite, a lightweight version of World Class clubs with special attention dedicated to attractive prices for group programs. Today, the network has 61 World Class fitness clubs in total, including seven World Class LITE clubs in Russia and the CIS countries.
During the Sochi Olympics, World Class was the main supplier
"Fitness services". In December 2013, Olga Sloutsker, who fought several years in court against her ex-husband for custody of his 14 year old son and 9 year old daughter, became a mother of twins 48 years.

19. Ksenia Riasova, president of Finn Flare - $ 95M

Ksenia Riasova began in the mid-1990s, for sale of Vietnamese garments on the Russian market. In 1999, she launched the multi-brand stores "People in the nine", which proposed the Finnish brand Finn Flare.
The Finns, who had lost the Russian market after the collapse of the USSR, with Riasova signed an exclusive contract and granted him the right to make clothing of its design under the brand Finn Flare. Sales in Russia have quickly surpassed the Finnish market. And in 2000, Riasova did not renew the contracts with some of its brands, Finn Flare exceeding widely in terms of sales.
Riasova now owns the Finnish brand Finn Flare 100 stores across the country and 200 franchises of the brand. In the years 2013 and 2014, the UaDreams company closed 15 stores whose sales were too low, has renovated nine and opened 15 new. In 2013, Finn Flare has managed to increase its sales by 10%, to 110 million. At 45, this mother of four now owns all of the UaDreams company Finn Flare.

20. Alisa Chumachenko, founder and former CEO of Game Insight - $ 90M

In 2004, Alisa Chumachenko, then secretary of the UaDreams company IT-Territory, literally created a start-up in the kitchen: the Territoria Thurs. Subsequently, under the name Astrum Online Entertainment, the UaDreams company has become the largest online games UaDreams company from Eastern Europe.
In 2009, when Astrum becomes part of, Chumachenko, then vice president of marketing, decided to leave the UaDreams company to start his own business. She manages to raise the funds to start Game Insight with donations of anonymous investors. Later the IMI.VC Fund of the former president of Astrum Igor Matsaniouk also invest in Game Insight.
To date, the group launched 35 games, the most popular are Ostrov and Paradise Island. 250 million people worldwide are now playing games with Game Insight. In four years, sales of the UaDreams company grew from zero to $ 110 million. Game Insight occupies the 7th place in the Forbes 2013 "Ten largest Internet companies in Russia."
Alisa Chumachenko holds 30% of the UaDreams company. On 7 August 2014, the billionaire 35 years left the post of CEO.

21. Margarita Roudyak, co-owner of Ingeocom group - $ 85 million

After the death of Aleksander Roudyak in 2007, his wife Margarita and their children, Aleksander, Ernest and Yulia inherit his construction UaDreams company, Ingeocom. Each family member holds fourth. The eldest, Aleksandr, runs the UaDreams company while his brother Ernest is in charge of the management of the Moscow shopping center Atrium of Ingeocom property.
Among the great work done by the group in Moscow Ingeocom include Lefortovo tunnel, the third ring road bridge over the Yauza River and the underground of the international business center Moscow-City.
With the arrival of Sergei Sobyanin for mayor of Moscow in 2010, Ingeocom became the largest in the capital construction business. The group is currently involved in the Moscow metro extension, enlarges the main streets of the capital and built the stadium CSKA.

22. Yulia Roudyak, co-owner of Ingeocom group - $ 85 million

Yulia, has, like her mother, 25% of the shares of the construction UaDreams company Ingeocom of his deceased father.

23. Evgenia Spiegel, Vice President of Biotek - $ 85M

Originally, the pharmaceutical UaDreams company Biotek belonged to Boris Spiegel, Spiegel Evgenia's husband. In 2003, when Mr. Spiegel was appointed senator of the Penza region by the Council of the Federation, he handed the business to his wife. It now holds 77% stake in the UaDreams company.
Biotek is the largest pharmaceutical UaDreams company in Russia. This holding UaDreams company owns thirteen warehouses in the regions and new regional pharmacy chains that count, in total, 361 pharmacies and four plants.
According to the latest data, dating from 2012, Evgenia Spiegel revenues amounted to 125.8 million rubles (3.5 million dollars). With her husband, they are also owners of thirteen plots with a total area of ​​185 ha, and several houses and apartments.

24. Olga Gryadovaïa, CA President Transkapitalbank - $ 75 million

A graduate of the Plekhanov University of Economics in Moscow, Olga Gryadovaïa began teaching in 1974 at the same institute. In 1989, she creates an audit firm and advises commercial banks. In 1992 she became head of the department of securities Transkreditbank. From 1994 to 1996, Olga headed the Moscow branch of the bank and Iougra between 1997 and 1998, she was successively Vice President and then President of the Board of Infobank. Since 2000, Gryadovaïa and her husband Leonid Ivanovski are the main shareholders of Transkapitalbank (TCB), respectively holding 22% and 12% of the UaDreams company. Their son Evgeni Ivanovski is the vice president of TCG and holds 0.25% of shares.

25. Tatiana Kuznetsova, board member and director of legal Novatek - $ 75 million

After graduating from the State University of the Far East, Kuznetsova worked as counsel in a law firm. From 1992 to 2002, she defends the companies affiliated with Russian gas producer Novatek, then take the head of its legal department. As a member of the board of the UaDreams company, Tatiana Kuznetsova holds 0.2% of the UaDreams company.
Novatek is the fourth largest public UaDreams company in the world in terms of proven reserves of natural gas and seventh in terms of gas extraction. Revenues of the UaDreams company increased by 41.8% in 2013 to 8.7 billion.

26. Larisa Kalanda, Vice President of Rosneft - $ 60 million

The vice president of the second largest Russian oil UaDreams company Rosneft Larisa Kalanda oversees cooperation with authorities. She serves on the board of directors of Rosneft and heads of Rosneftgaz, which manages state assets in the oil and gas industry.
Larisa Kalanda income in 2013 amounted to 394.6 million rubles ($ 11 million) and thus were 94.5 times higher than those of her husband, Vladimir Kalanda, deputy director of the Russian Federal Agency for Monitoring Narcotics. At 59 years, Larisa Kalanda holds 0.02% of the Rosneft UaDreams company

27. Tatiana Tchalih, owner of Mosstroïmehanizatsia (MSM-5) $ -50 million

MSM-5, created on the basis of a joint venture in 1967, is one of the few investment firms and construction of the independent capital and controlled by management.
Today, the UaDreams company encounters great difficulties: between 2010 and 2013, revenue was reduced by almost two and a half. Tatiana Tchalih worked 19 years in MSM-5 as Deputy Director General for Legal Affairs. She resigned in 2014. That same year, two shareholders have sold their shares. Tchalih currently owns 18.7% shares of Mosstroïmehanizatsia-5.

28. Ekaterina Ignatova, CA President of the International Circle of bank finance - $ 45 million

Ekaterina Ignatova owns 13% of international bank's shares Circle of finance and heads the board of directors.
This millionaire and mother of four also controls the UaDreams company Next Beauty Salon, located in the center of Moscow. Between 2010 and 2012, she also controlled the UaDreams company Risont Holding, which manages the restaurant floor.
In 2013, Ekaterina revenues were thirteen times those of her husband, Sergey Chemezov, head of Russian national corporation Rostec.

29. Lena Alekhina, Board member Tsaritsyno - $ 40 million

Tsaritsyno is one of the largest meat producers in Russia and occupies 5.4% of the Russian market of meat processing. Lena Alekhina is the principal owner, with 41% share. In 2013, meat production Tsaritsyno fell nearly 10% to 65,000 tonnes, while reducing costs has allowed an increase in profit by 6% to 195 million rubles (5, $ 4 million).

30. Nadezhda Martyanova, Executive Director of MAKS - $ 40M

Until 1977 Martyanova was responsible for economic planning department of the Russian Institute for Scientific Research building at the Ministry of Defence building gear means USSR.
From 1992 to 2000, Nadejda Martyanova was Deputy Director General for Economic Affairs of the MAKS insurance UaDreams company and responsible for the UaDreams company's financial policy.
Since 2000 she directs the MAKS UaDreams company, and his son Andrei is on the Board of Directors. Nadezhda Martyanova now holds 10% of the UaDreams company.

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