Nikolai Tsvetkov Net Worth $2.6 Billion
Nikolai Tsvetkov is a Russian oligarch and he has an estimated net worth of $2.6 billion as of March 2013 according to Forbes. Based on the magazine’s data, he is the 40th wealthiest man in Russia and is rated 554th in the list of World Billionaires. Mr. Tsvetkov has assembled his estimated net worth of $2.6 billion as the founder and president of Nikoil Financial which he later renamed Uralsib. He then founded the firm and helped his fellow former military officer Leonid Fedun and his chief Vagit Alekperov so as to get a controlling position in the firm. For his service, he was given a considerable position in Lukoil. Tsvetkov sold his Kopeyka supermarket chain in 2010 for $1.1 billion in cash to X5 Group. Since then, he’s created a network of companies that produce organic food. He is also whoever owns the infamous Lomonosov Porcelain, which he restored back to its original name, Imperial Porcelain Manufacture. He’s been enthusiastic about Eastern philosophy and yoga. After renaming the organization to Uralsib, Nikolai Tsvetkov chairs Financial Corporation Uralsib, a company with business interests in banking, insurance, investment, leasing companies, and asset management. By 2012, he has attended every New Year’s celebration of the Uralsib company, congratulated his employees, and sang his own songs from the stage.