The cumulative income of the participants in the “Power and Money – 2019” ranking by Forbes made up approximately 71 billion roubles.
Forbes magazine presents the traditional “Power and Money” ranking - a list of the 100 richest civil servants and deputies of Russia, according to the results of the 2019 declaration campaign. When compiling the rating, they examined the information on the incomes of thousands of officials and parliamentarians at the federal and regional level (the base includes the employees of the presidential administration, government, federal ministries and departments, members of the Federation Council, deputies of the State Duma and regional parliaments, top managers of state corporations, and others).
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The ranking criterion was the cumulative family income declared by civil servants and deputies, as well as their spouses and minor children.
The list was headed by the Deputy of the Legislative Assembly of Vladimir Oblast, Pavel Antov, the founder of the “Vladimirsky Standart” group of companies. His income for the year 2018 amounted to about 9.97 billion roubles.
The billionaire Konstantin Strukov, co-owner of the Yuzhuralzoloto company ranked second: his fortune is estimated by Forbes at $ 1.9 billion, his declared income is 4.46 billion roubles.
The third line was taken the deputy of the Duma of Belgorod Oblast Sergei Gusev, the owner of the local “Slavyanka” confectionery factory, with an entire holding formed around it; his revenues made up about 10 billion roubles. In 2018, the family of the parliamentarian earned 2.84 billion roubles.
The ranking also includes many influential figures at the federal level – the Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev, the CEO of “Rostekh” Sergey Chemezov and the Industrial Director of the state corporation, former Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov, the President’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov and others. The families of 100 participants in the ranking have declared a total income of 70.945 billion roubles - more than $ 1.1 billion for 2018.
Author: Anna Dorozhkina