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Alisher Usmanov Net Worth

Alisher Usmanov Net Worth

Net Worth: $14 Billion

Statistics
  • Source of Wealth Steel
  • Birth Place Chust, Uzbekistan
  • Marital Status Married (Irina Viner)
  • Full Name Alisher Burkhanovich Usmanov
  • Nationality Russia
  • Date of Birth September 9, 1953
  • Ethnicity Uzbek
  • Occupation Businessman
  • Education Moscow Institute of International Relations
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About Alisher Usmanov

Alisher Usmanov’s fortune is valued at $14 billion in July 2017, according to Bloomberg. Usmanov was not best pleased as the chance of controlling Arsenal football club slipped from under his nose to rival investor Stan Kroenke in April. Nevertheless, his unhappiness can be tempered by the increase in net worth the tycoon has enjoyed in the past year. He is easily the Rich List’s highest riser in terms of wealth this year. Usmanov intends to hold on to his 27% stake in Arsenal, worth £196m, and will remain a visitor to the corporate box that his investment vehicle, Red and White, keeps at the Emirates stadium in north London. “My love for Arsenal is like that of a man for a woman,” he has said. “It is not something you can sell.” Unlike shares in Metalloinvest, Russia’s largest iron ore producer, in which Usmanov, 57, holds a 45% stake. He wants to list Metalloinvest in London this year, valuing the operation at up to £13 billion. The son of a former state prosecutor in Tashkent, Usmanov was born in Soviet Uzbekistan and is a Russian citizen. He became rich through steel and iron ore mines before diversifying into timber, telecoms and, more recently, the internet. Last November, mail.ru, which holds about 2% of Facebook as well as stakes in web darlings Groupon and Zynga, was listed in London, raising $912m (almost £550m). Usmanov — who owns a £48m mansion in north London, as well as Sutton Place, the former home of J Paul Getty in Surrey — splashed out £20m in 2007 to buy the art collection of the late cellist Mstislav Rostropovich for a state museum. Usmanov has given personally and through his companies, Gallagher and Metalloinvest, more than £78m to charity in the past year, ranking him 97th in the Giving List. This has been mostly to Russia’s Arts and Sports Charity Foundation, which he co-founded and which was one of the key backers of the successful 2018 Russian football World Cup bid.

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of Alisher Usmanov's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.

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Earnings 2012 N/A
Asset 2012

Estimated value of his our-engine Airbus A340

$500,000,000
Earnings 2009 N/A
Asset 2009

Value of the 1.96% stake he bought in Facebook when the company went public

$200,000,000
Earnings 2008 N/A
Asset 2008

Value of his Dilbar yacht

$263,000,000
Asset 2008

Value of his Beechwood house, a Victorian mansion in London

$77,000,000
Earning Turned Donation 2008

Value of the rights to a large collection of Soviet cartoons which he donated to a Russian children's television channel

$10,000,000
Asset 2008

Value of his investmetn with Dinamo Moscow, Russian capital's football team

$7,000,000
Earnings 2007 N/A
Asset 2007

Value of the 75-percent stake he bought in Russian TV music channel MUZ-TV

$300,000,000
Asset 2007

Value of the eniter auction of the late cellist Mstislav Rostropovich’s art collection for a state museum

$31,000,000
Earnings 2006 N/A
Asset 2006

Value of the 50-percent stake he bought in Russian sports TV channel 7TV

$25,000,000
Asset 2006

Value of the deal when he bought the newspaper Kommersant

$200,000,000
Earnings 2004 N/A
Asset 2004

Value of his Tudor mansion

$10,000,000
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