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# 458 Sergey Gordeev $5.51B

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Gordeev is the chief executive of PIK Group, Russia's biggest home builder. The Moscow-based developer of residential real estate had revenue of $5.8 billion in the year to June 30, 2021. Gordeev acquired about one-fifth of PIK from fellow billionaire Suleiman Kerimov in 2013 before later taking control of the company.

As of :
Last change -$104M ( -1.9%)
YTD change -$1.18B ( -17.6%)
Biggest asset PIKK RX Equity
Country / Region Russian Federation
Age 50
Industry Real Estate
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Sergey Gordeev's net worth of $5.51B can buy ...

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of the GDP of the United States
of the total wealth of the 500 richest people in the world
of the top 100 U.S. college endowments
of the top 200 U.S. executives’ total awarded compensation
of U.S. existing home sales
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The majority of Gordeev's fortune is derived from a controlling stake in PIK Group, a publicly traded developer of residential real estate.

Gordeev holds 59.3% of the company's shares, according to its website. PIK Group is the largest developer in the Russian home building market, according to a Fitch Ratings report.

Gordeev has collected more than $600 million in dividends and selling shares, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, which he has invested in personal real estate projects operated by the Mall management company.

Tatyana Gulina-Seyranyan, PIK Group spokeswoman, declined to comment on Gordeev's net worth.


Birthdate: 1972
Family: Single, No children
Education: Togliatti State University

Sergey Gordeev was born in 1972 in Moscow. He graduated from the Tolyatti Academy of Public Administration with specializations in finance and credit in 2003.

His first business, which he founded with friends, involved selling Snickers candy bars, according to an interview with Vedomosti business daily in November 2017. The billionaire founded Rosbuilding, which converted Moscow industrial zones into real estate developments, in 1995.

He left Rosbuilding in 2006 and the following year founded Horus Capital with a focus on the development of commercial office buildings. He sold Horus in 2010 and three years later bought almost 20% of publicly traded PIK Group from the foundation of billionaire Suleiman Kerimov. In 2017, he increased his stake to a controlling interest.

He lives in Moscow.

  • 1972 Born in Moscow.
  • 1995 Founds Rosbuilding.
  • 2013 Buys a 19.9% stake in PIK Group.
  • 2017 Becomes controlling shareholder in PIK.