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Rybolovlev (AS Monaco) also suffers losses with Coronavirus

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March 23, 2020 at 8:45 PM by Emmanuel Bernard

Dmitri Rybolovlev Coronavirus AS Monaco

The Coronavirus crisis is affecting the global economy and, in turn, those who hold the purse strings.

The Coronavirus does not make a distinction. Physical, mental or financial, the Covid-19 is causing damage all over the world, affecting all populations, from the poor to the most powerful in this world. Economically, those who hold the purse strings suffer losses. Sometimes huge. We recently saw it in the world of football and business, for the Pinault family owner of Stade Rennais, also with Jim Ratcliffe, at the head of the Ineos group and the OGC Nice.

Minus 1.23 billion over one year the estimate of the fortune of Dmitri Rybolovlev

Not far from the French Riviera, in Monaco, Dmitri Rybolovlev he also suffered financial losses in March. According to the Bloomberg billionaire index, which gives a real-time estimate of the wealth of the wealthiest, the Russian businessman to whom AS Monaco owned, lost $ 22.2 million since last scoring and $ 1.23 billion over the past year. On a fortune estimated at 8.4 billion dollars, the fall is severe. Dmitri Rybolovlev is the 156th world fortune according to the financial group, Bloomberg.

Owner of AS Monaco since the end of 2011

Rybolovlev owes its wealth to the trading of potash, via the company Uralkali. When the group was floated on the stock market in 200è, it sold nearly one billion shares and has since reinvested in the art, jewelry and home markets. He also has a stake in the Bank of Cyprus and owns AS Monaco football at the end of 2011.




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