Kostyantin Zhevago Net Worth

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Kostyantin Zhevago Net Worth
Net Worth:
$1.5 Billion
Date of Birth
January 7, 1974
Place of Birth
Iultin

Kostyantin Zhevago net worth: Kostyantin Zhevago is a Ukrainian entrepreneur who has a net worth of $1.5 billion. Kostyantin Zhevago is the son of a mining engineer. Kostyantin Zhevago took the lead of Poltava Iron Ore Mining Refinery (PGOK), the largest exporter of pellets in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in 1996, when he was only twenty two. Eleven years later, he took his mining company Ferrexpo public, thus being the first Eastern European to present one of his companies to the London Stock Exchange. Although the stock price of the refinery is down 10% over the past year, due to the decline of iron ore prices, Zhevago still has a net worth that places him among the richest and most influential people in his country. Apart from PGOK, he holds the control of "Finances and Credit" group, which is one of the Ukraine's biggest conglomerates, as well as he owns FC Vorska football where he serves as honorary president. What's more, Zhevago has been the State deputy of Ukraine ever since 1998, the year when he was elected. As for his private life, Kostyantin Zhevago is married with two children.

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Kostyantin Zhevago

Kostyantyn Valentynovych Zhevago is a Ukrainian entrepreneur, the youngest self-made billionaire in Europe. He was the first Eastern European to present one of his companies - Ferrexpo to the London Stock Exchange. Zhevago controls the "Finances and Credit" group – one of ...
Date of Birth
  • January 7, 1974
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