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Filthy Rich

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Billions for shareholders, crumbs for workers (2.6.2013)

Find out how the billionaire club fared in 2012 (May 2013)

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The number of billionaires in Europe grew by 50 in 2010 and 16 in 2011.

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Europe’s billionaires

Net worth, 2011/2

Excluding UK, Ireland, Russia

  1. France’s Bernard Arnault of the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (LVMH) empire maintains the top spot in Continental Europe with a fortune of $41 billion

    Bernard Arnault, LVMH, France: $41 billion

  2. Amancio Ortega, Zara, Spain: $37.5 billion
  3. Stefan Persson, H&M, Sweden: $26 billion
  4. Karl Albrecht, Aldi, Germany: $25.4 billion
  5. Liliane Bettencourt, L’Oreal, France: $24 billion
  6. Michele Ferrero & family, chocolates, Italy: $19 billion
  7. Berthold & Theo Jr. Albrecht,  Aldi, Trader Joe’s, Germany: $17.8 billion
  8. Michael Otto & family, retail, real estate, Germany: $17.6 billion
  9. Birgit Rausing & family, packaging, Sweden: $14 billion
  10. Susanne Klatten BMW, pharmaceuticals, Germany: $13 billion
  11.   Francois Pinault & family, retail, France: $13 billion
  12. Leonardo Del Vecchio, eyewear, Italy: $11.5 billion
  13. John Fredriksen, shipping, Cyprus: $11.3 billion
  14. Stefan Quandt, BMW, Germany: $11.2 billion
  15. Ernesto Bertarelli & family, biotech, investments, Switzerland: $10.6 billion
  16. Johanna Quandt, BMW, Germany: $10 billion
  17. Hans Rausing packaging, Sweden: $10 billion
  18. Serge Dassault & family, aviation, France: $9.9 billion
  19. Klaus-Michael Kuhne, shipping, Germany: $9.8 billion
  20. Petr Kellner, banking, insurance, Czech Republic: $8.2 billion
  21. Hansjorg Wyss, medical devices, Switzerland: $8.1 billion
  22. August von Finck, investments, Germany: $7.8 billion
  23. Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken Heineken, Netherlands: $7.7 billion
  24. Alain & Gerard, Wertheimer -Chanel, France: $7.5 billion
  25. Giorgio Armani, fashion, Italy: $7.2 billion
  26. Hasso Plattner, SAP, Germany $7.2 billion
  27. Miuccia Prada, Prada, Italy: $6.8 billion
  28. Curt Engelhorn, pharmaceuticals, Germany: $6.6 billion
  29. Antonia Johnson, diversified , Sweden: $6.5 billion
  30. Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, Lego, Denmark: $6.5 billion
  31. Paolo & Gianfelice Mario Rocca, pipes, Italy: $6 billion
  32. Silvio Berlusconi & family, media, Italy: $5.9 billion
  33. Dietmar Hopp, SAP, Germany: $5.5 billion
  34. Johann Graf, gaming machines, Austria: $5.3 billion
  35. Dietrich Mateschitz, Red Bull, Austria: $5.3 billion
  36. Reinhold Wurth, fasteners, Germany: $5.2 billion
  37. Ludwig Merckle, pharmaceuticals, Germany: $5.1 billion
  38. Karl-Heinz Kipp, retail, Germany: $5 billion
  39. Olav Thon, real estate,Norway: $5 billion
  40. Jean-Claude Decaux & family, advertising, France: $4.9 billion
  41. Isak Andic & family, Mango, Spain: $4.8 billion
  42. Juan Roig, supermarkets, Spain: $4.7 billion
  43. Dieter Schnabel, chemicals, Germany: $4.7 billion
  44. Karl Wlaschek, retail, Austria: $4.7 billion
  45. Michael Herz, coffee, Germany: $4.5 billion
  46. Wolfgang Herz, coffee, Germany: $4.5 billion
  47. Rosalia Mera Zara, Spain: $4.5 billion
  48. Xavier Niel internet, telecom, France: $4.5 billion
  49. Americo Amorim cork, investments, Portugal: $4.4 billion
  50. Heinz Hermann Thiele & family, brakes, Germany: $4.4 billion
  51. Walter Haefner, software, Switzerland:  $4.3 billion
  52. Thomas Schmidheiny, cement, Switzerland: $4.2 billion
  53. Heinz-Horst Deichmann, shoes, Germany: $4.1 billion
  54. Erivan Haub & family, retail, Germany: $4 billion
  55. Patrizio Bertelli, Prada, luxury goods, Italy, $3.7 billion
  56. Alain Merieux & family, pharmaceuticals, France: $3.7 billion
  57. Albert Frere, investments, Belgium: $3.6 billion
  58. Lars Larsen, retail, Denmark:  $3.6 billion
  59. Liselott Persson, H&M, Sweden: $3.6 billion
  60. Elizabeth Mohn & family, media, Germany: $3.5 billion
  61. Pierre Bellon & family, food services, France: $3.4 billion
  62. Otto Beisheim, retail, Germany: $3.3 billion
  63. Andreas Strungmann, pharmaceuticals, Germany: $3.3 billion
  64. Thomas Strungmann, pharmaceuticals, Germany: $3.3 billion
  65. Heidi Horten, retail, Austria: $3.2 billion
  66. Martin & Olivier, Bouygues, construction, media, France: $3 billion
  67. Bertil Hult, Education, Sweden: $3 billion
  68. Ingvar Kamprad & family, Ikea, Sweden: $3 billion
  69. Melker Schorling, investments, Sweden: $3 billion
  70. Friede Springer, publishing,Germany: $3 billion
  71. Otto Happelengineering, Germany:  $2.9 billion
  72. Klaus Tschira, SAP, Germany: $2.9 billion
  73. Patokh Chodievmining, metals, Belgium:  $2.8 billion
  74. Gustaf Douglassecurity, Sweden: $2.8 billion
  75. Frits Goldschmeding, temp agency, Netherlands: $2.8 billion
  76. Daniel Mate, Glencore International, Spain: $2.8 billion
  77. Aristotelis Mistakidis, Glencore International, Greece: $2.8 billion
  78. Stein Erik Hagen & family, retail, Norway: $2.7 billion
  79. Fredrik Lundberg, real estate, investments, Sweden: $2.7 billion
  80. Stephan Schmidheiny, investments, Switzerland: $2.7 billion
  81. Guenther Fielmann, optometry,Germany: $2.6 billion
  82. Manuel Jovereal, estate, Spain: $2.6 billion
  83. Spiro Latsis & family banking, shipping, Greece: $2.6 billion
  84. Friedhelm Lohmanufacturing, Germany:  $2.6 billion
  85. Stefano Pessina, pharmaceuticals, Italy: $2.6 billion
  86. Gunter Herz, coffee,Germany: $2.5 billion
  87. Philip Niarchos, art collection, Greece:  $2.5 billion
  88. Axel Oberwelland candy, Germany: $2.5 billion
  89. Eliseo Alexandre, Soares dos Santos & family, retail Portugal:  $2.5 billion
  90. Zygmunt Solorz-Zak, TV broadcasting, Poland:  $2.5 billion
  91. Thomas Bruchfood, retailing, Germany:  $2.4 billion
  92. Philippe Foriel-Destezet, temp agency, France: $2.4 billion
  93. Daniela Herzcoffee, Germany:  $2.3 billion
  94. Sergio Mantegazzatravel, Switzerland:  $2.3 billion
  95. Hans Riegel, candy, Germany: $2.3 billion
  96. Michael & Rainer Schmidt-Ruthenbeck, retail, Germany: $2.3 billion
  97. Andreas von Bechtolsheim, Google, Germany: $2.3 billion
  98. Aloys Wobben, wind energy, Germany:  $2.3 billion
  99. Alexandra Schorghuber, real estate, Germany: $2.2 billion
  100. Carlo Benetton Benetton, Italy $2.1 billion
  101. Gilberto Benetton, Benetton, Italy:  $2.1 billion
  102. Giuliana Benetton, Benetton, Italy:  $2.1 billion
  103. Luciano Benetton, Benetton, Italy:  $2.1 billion
  104. Bernard Broermann, healthcare, Germany: $2.1 billion
  105. Alicia Koplowitz, construction, Spain:  $2.1 billion
  106. Kjell Inge Rokkeshipping, seafood Norway: $2.1 billion
  107. Juan Abelloinvestments, Spain:  $2 billion
  108. Yvonne Bauer & family, Bauer Media Group, Germany:  $2 billion
  109. John de MolTV, Netherlands:  $2 billion
  110. Jean Claude Gandur, oil trading, exploration, Switzerland: $2 billion
  111. Esther Grether & family, art collection, Swatch, Switzerland: $2 billion
  112. Antti Herlin elevators, escalators, Finland: $2 billion
  113. Maria-Elisabeth & Georg Schaeffler , ball bearings, Germany: $2 billion
  114. Monika Schoelle, publishing, Germany: $2 billion
  115. Stefan von Holtzbrinck, publishing, Germany: $2 billion
  116. Zdenek Bakala, coal, Czech Republic: $1.9 billion
  117. Siegfried MeisterAppliances Germany: $1.9 billion
  118. Sylvia Stroher, cosmetics, Germany: $1.9 billion
  119. Georg von Opel, real estate, investments, Germany: $1.9 billion
  120. Ralph Dommermuth, internet service provider, Germany: $1.8 billion
  121. Mario Moretti Polegato, shoes, Italy:  $1.8 billion
  122. Michal Solowow, investments, Poland: $1.8 billion
  123. Vincent Bollore, investments, France: $1.6 billion
  124. Rolf Gerling, insurance, Germany $1.6 billion
  125. Hans-Werner Hector, SAP, Germany: $1.6 billion
  126. Vladimir Iorich, mining, steel, Germany: $1.6 billion
  127. Esther Koplowitz, construction, Spain: $1.6 billion
  128. Florentino Perez, construction, Spain: $1.6 billion
  129. Arne Wilhelmsen & family Royal Caribbean, Norway: $1.6 billion
  130. Enrique Banuelos, real estate, Spain:  $1.5 billion
  131. Hans Melchers chemicals, investments Netherlands: $1.5 billion
  132. Dinu Patriciu oil, real estate, retail Romania: $1.5 billion
  133. Albert von Thurn und Taxis diversified Germany: $1.5 billion
  134. Andrej Babis agriculture Czech Republic: $1.4 billion
  135. Helmut Sohmen shipping, Austria:  $1.4 billion
  136. Ralph Sonnenberg, blinds, Netherlands: $1.4 billion
  137. Hubert Burda publishing, Germany: $1.3 billion
  138. Leszek Czarnecki, finance, Poland: $1.3 billion
  139. Ennio Doris & family, insurance, Italy: $1.3 billion
  140. Reinold Geiger, beauty products, Austria: $1.3 billion
  141. Ingeburg Herz coffee, Germany: $1.3 billion
  142. Peter Unger auto repair Germany: $1.3 billion
  143. Joop van den Ende, TV, Netherlands: $1.3 billion
  144. Diego Della Valle, retail, Italy: $1.2 billion
  145. Petter Stordalen, Hotels, Norway: $1.2 billion
  146. Jose Maria Aristrain, steel, Spain: $1.1 billion
  147. Elisabeth Badinter, advertising, France: $1.1 billion
  148. Emilio Botin, banking, Spain: $1.1 billion
  149. Andrea Della Valle, shoes, Italy: $1.1 billion
  150. Thomas Sandell, hedge funds, Sweden: $1.1 billion
  151. Alberto Alcocer, investments, Spain: $1 billion
  152. Alberto Cortina, investments, Spain: $1 billion
  153. Belmiro de Azevedo, retail, Portugal: $1 billion
  154. Gabriel Escarrer, hotels, Spain, $1 billion
  155. Suat Gunsel Real Estate, education, Cyprus:  $1 billion
  156. Marc Ladreit de Lacharriere, finance, France: $1 billion
  157. Thomas Straumann, dental implants, Switzerland: $1 billion
  158. Alain Taravella, real estate, France: $1 billion

 Forbes – The World’s Billonaires

Richest People in Europe

Net worth, 2011

1. Bernard Arnault, LVMH, France: $41 billion

2 Amancio Ortega, Zara, Spain:  $31 billion

3 Karl Albrecht,  Aldi, Germany: : $25.5 billion

4 Stefan Perrson, Hennes & Mauritz, Sweden: $24.5 billion

5 Liliane Bettencourt, L’ Oréal, France: $23.5 billion

6 Michele Ferrero & Family, Ferrero, Italy: $18 billion

7 Michael Otto & family, retail, Germany, $16.6 billion

8 Birgit Rausing & family, packaging, Sweden, $14 billion

9 Francois Pinault & family, retail, France: $11.5 billion

10. Leonardo Del Vecchio, eyewear, Italy, $11 billion

Source: Forbes Billionaires Ranking, 2011

Germany

Net Worth, 2011

Karl Albrecht, Germany’s richest man


1 Karl Albrecht, Aldi, $25.5 billion

2. Michael Otto & family, retail, $16.6 billion

3. Susanne Klatten, BMW, pharmaceuticals $14.6 billion

4 Berthold & Theo Jr. Albrecht & family Aldi, Trader Joes $14.4 billion

5 Stefan Quandt, BMW, $10.7 billion

6 Klaus-Michael Kuhne, shipping, $10 billion

7 Johanna Quandt, BMW, $9.8 billion

8 Maria-Elisabeth & Georg Schaeffler, ball bearings, $9.8 billion

9 August von Finck, Investments, $8.4 billion

10 Hasso Plattner, SAP, $6.9 billion

11 Curt Engelhorn, drugs, $6.6 billion

12 Karl-Heinz Kipp, Retail, $5.1 billion

13 Heinz-Horst Deichmann, shoes, $4.6 billion

14 Otto Beisheim, Retail, $4.5 billion

15 Erivan Haub & family, Retail, $4.5 billion

16 Michael & Rainer Schmidt-Ruthenbeck, Retail,$4.3 billion

17 Reinhold Wurth, fasteners, $4.1 billion

18 Thomas Strungmann, pharmaceuticals, $3.9 billion

19 Andreas Strungmann, pharmaceuticals, $3.9 billion

20 Dieter Schnabel, chemicals, $3.9 billion

21 Michael Herz, coffee, $3.8 billion

22 Wolfgang Herz, coffee, $3.8 billion

23 Elizabeth Mohn & family, media, $3.8 billion

24 Friede Springer, publishing, $3.7 billion

25 Axel Oberwelland, candy, $3.4 billion

26 Anton Schlecker, Retail, $3.1 billion

27 Aloys Wobben, wind energy, $3.1 billion

28 Otto Happel, Engineering, $2.9 billion

29 Friedhelm Loh, Manufacturing, $2.7 billion

30 Gunter Herz, coffee, $2.4 billion

31 Daniela Herz, coffee, $2.3 billion

32 Andreas von Bechtolsheim, Google, $2.3 billion

33 Thomas Bruch, food retailing, $2.3 billion

34 Heinz Hermann Thiele & family, brakes, $2.3 billion

35 Alexandra Schorghuber, real estate, $2.3 billion

36 Hans-Werner Hector, SAP,  $2.2 billion

37 Bernard Broermann, healthcare, $2.1 billion

38 Klaus Tschira, SAP, $2 billion

39 Albert von Thurn und Taxis, Diversified, $2 billion

40 Hans Riegel, candy, $2 billion

41 Stefan von Holtzbrinck,  publishing, $2 billion

42 Monika Schoeller, publishing, $2 billion

43 Sylvia Stroher, Cosmetics, $1.9 billion

44 Martin Viessmann, Heating Equipment, $1.9 billion

45 Heinz Bauer, publishing,  $1.8 billion

46 Rolf Gerling, insurance, $1.6 billion

47 Vladimir Iorich mining, steel $1.6 billion

48 Georg von Opel, real estate/investments, $1.6 billion

49 Hubert Burda, publishing, $1.5 billion

50 Ralph Dommermuth, internet service provider, $1.5 billion

Source: Forbes Billionaires Ranking, 2011

France

Net worth, 2011

Liliane Bettencourt, no.2 in France

1 Bernard Arnault, LVMH: $41 billion

2 Liliane Bettencourt, L’Oreal: $23.5 billion

3 Francois Pinault & family, retail: $11.5 billion

4 Serge Dassault & family, aviation: $9.3 billion

5 Alain & Gerard Wertheimer, Chanel, $6 billion

6 Jean-Claude Decaux & family, advertising: $6 billion

7 Alain Merieux & family, pharmaceuticals: $4.3 billion

8 Xavier Niel,internet, teleco: $3.7 billion

9 Martin & Olivier Bouygues,construction, media: $3.6 billion

10 Pierre Bellon & family,food services: $2.9 billion

Source: Forbes Billionaires Ranking, 2011

Greece

  1. Spiros Latsis & Family, Shipping; Petroleum, €4.1 billion

    Spiros Latsis (pictured), and his family, no.1 richest Greek household, have a fortune of €4.1 billion from shipping and petroleum businesses

  2. Philip Niarchos, Art Collection; Inheritance, €1.5 billion
  3. The Angelopoulos Family, : Shipping; Steel €0.9-$1.3 billion
  4. Canellopoulos and Papalexopoulos, Cement, €607 million
  5. Vardis Vardinogiannis, Petroleum, €560 million
  6. Nikos and Evangelos Stasinopoulos, Steel, Copper, Aluminium, €405 million
  7. Yannis Costopoulos, Finance, €335 million
  8. George Bobolas, Media; Real Estate €230 million
  9. Socratis Kokkalis, Telecommunications, €197 million
  10. The Fourlis Family, Retail; IKEA franchises €167 million
  11. Nikos Fragos & Family, Shipping €151 million
  12. George Gerardos, Computers, Wealth: €90 million
Business Insider

Spain

Net Worth, 2011

Amancio Ortega, Spain’s richest man, owns most of Inditex, a $15.8 billion (sales) fashion firm that operates under several brand names including Zara, Massimo Dutti and Stradivarius.

1 Amancio Ortega, Zara:  $31 billion

2 Isak Andic & family, Mango: $6.1 billion

3 Rosalia Mera, Zara  $4.2  billion

4 Manuel Jove, real estate:  $3 billion

5 Juan Roig, supermarkets:  $2.9 billion

6 Alicia Koplowitz, construction: $2.3 billion

7 Esther Koplowitz, construction: $1.9 billion construction

8 Florentino Perez, construction: $1.9 billion

9 Jose Maria Aristrain, Steel:  $1.7 billion

10 Emilio Botin, banking:  $1.5 billion

11 Enrique Banuelos, real estate:  $1.4 billion

Source: Forbes Billionaires Ranking, 2011

#Portugal-richlist

Portugal

Net worth, 2011

Américo Amorim, worth €2.6 billion

1. Américo Amorim: €2.6 billion

2. Alexandre Soares dos Santos: €1.9 billion

3. Belmiro de Azevedo: €1.3 billion

4. Guimarães de Mello family, €1 billion

5. Alves Ribeiro family: €780 million

6. Perpétua Bordalo da Silva and Luís Silva: €680 million

7. Rita Celeste Violas e Sá, Manuel Violas: €651 million

8. Maria do Carmo Moniz Galvão Espírito Santo: €646 million

9. Cunha José de Mello family: €638 million

10. António da Silva Rodrigues: €551 million

Source:

Executive Pay

Germany, 2011

1. Martin Winterkorn, VW,: €17.4 million (up 57% from €11.1 million in 2010, which was in turn a 41% increase over 2009

CEOs of Germany’s top companies took home 14% more in 2011, or €5.5 million on average

The Local (Germany) ; Wall Street Journal

Germany, 2010

Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen, pocketed €9.3 million in 2010, a 41% increase

  1. Martin Winterkorn, VW: €9.3 million
  2. Peter Löscher, Siemens: €9 million
  3. Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank: €9 million
  4. Dieter Zetsche,  Daimler: €8.8 million,
  5. Jürgen Grossmann, RWE:  €8.7 million
  6. Wolfgang Reitzle, Linde:  €8 million.

Frankfurter Rundschau, March 2011

German executives saw their compensation levels jump by 22 percent in 2010, according to one study. Board members at Germany’s 30 DAX-listed firms earned on average 2.9 million euros a year in 2010.  CEOs in Germany earned on average 4.5 million euros in 2010, higher than in France (just over 3 million euros) but below Switzerland, where 5.3 million euro is the average. See more details here 

Michelin boss Michel Rollier, France’s best paid executive

France

Total renumeration 2010  

1 Michel Rollier, Michelin : €4.5 million

2 Bernard Arnault, LVMH : €4 million

3 Jean-Paul Agon, L’Oréal : €3.8 million

4 Christopher Viehbacher, Sanofi-Aventis: €3.6 million

5 Maurice Lévy, Publicis groupe : €3.6 million

6 Gérard Mestrallet, GDF Suez : €3.3 million

7 Philippe Varin, Peugeot : €3.3 million

8 Daniel Julien, Téléperformance : €3.2 million

9 Christophe de Margerie, Total : €3 million

10 Nicolas de Tavernost, Métropole TV : €3 million

11 Henri de Castries, Axa : €2.9 million

12 Franck Riboud, Danone : €2.9 million

13 Frédéric Oudéa, Société générale : €2.9 million

14 Lars Olofsson, Carrefour : €2.9 million

15 Jean-Bernard Lévy, Vivendi : €2.8 million

16 François-Henri Pinault, PPR : €2.8 million

17 Laurent Burelle, Plastic omnium : €2.8 million

18 Arnaud Lagardère, Lagardère : €2.6 million

19 Louis Gallois, EADS : €2.6 million

20 Baudouin Prot, BNP Paribas : €2.6 million

21 Gilles Pélisson, Accor : € 2.5 millions

22 Benoît Potier, Air Liquide : €2.5 million

23 Pierre-André de Chalendar, Saint-Gobain: €2.4 million

24 Martin Bouygues, Bouygues : €2.4 million

25 Thierry Breton, Atos Origin : €2.4 million

This is the top 25 of the SBF 120  (Société des Bourses Françaises 120 Index) , a French stock market index based on the 120 most actively traded stocks listed in Paris. It includes all 40 stocks in the CAC 40 index plus a selection of 80 additional stocks listed on the Premier Marché and Second Marché under Euronext Paris

Source

Former Unicredit CEO, Alessandro Profumo, best paid Italian executive

Italy

Total renumeration, 2010

1 Alessandro Profumo, UniCredit: €40.6 million

2 Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Ferrari: € 8.8 million

3 Marco Tronchetti Provera, Pirelli: €6.6 million

4 Cesare Geronzi, Generali: €5 million

5 Fausto Marchionni, FonSaiEx / FonSai: €5 million

6 Fulvio Conti, Enel: €4.9 million

7 Giorgio Angelo Girelli, Banca Generali: €4.9 million

8 Paolo Scaroni, Eni, Generali: €4.6 million

9 Pier Francesco Guarguaglini, Finmeccanica: €4.5 million

10 Jacques Léost, Saipem: €4.4 million

11 Pietro Franco Tali, Saipem: €4.2 million

12 Pietro Giordano, Erg: €4.2 million

13 Giampiero Pesenti, Italcementi, Pirelli, Mittel: €4 million

14 Roberto Vedovotto, Safilo: €3.8 million

15 Andrea Guerra, Luxottica, Parmalat, Dea Capital: €3.8 million

16 Fedele Confalonieri, Mediaset: €3.7 million

17 Sergio Balbinot, Generali: €3.6 million

18 Luca Garovaglia, Campari, Fiat, Indesit: €3.5 million

19 Giovanni Perissinotto, Generali, Intesa Sanpaolo, Pirelli: €3.5 million

20 Corrado Passera, Intesa Sanpaolo: €3.5 million

21 Sergio Marchionne, Fiat, Exor: €3.5 million

22 Enrico Cavatorta, Luxottica: €3.4 million

23 Adolfo Bizzocchi, Credem: €3.3 million

24 Giuliano Andreani, Mediaset: €3.3 million

25 Francesco Micheli Intesa Sanpaolo: €3.3 million

26 Diego della Valle, Tod’s, Generali, Rcs, Marcolin: €3.2 million

27 Giulia Maria Ligresti, Premafin, Fondiaria-Sai, Milano: Pirelli: € 3 million

28 Maurizio Costa, Mondadori, Amplifon: €2.9 million

29 Claudio Calabi, Risanamento: €2.8 million

30 Jonella Ligresti, Fondiaria-Sai, Premafin, Milano, Mediobanca, Rcs: €2.8 million

31 Gioacchino Paolo, Ligresti Premafin, Fondiaria-Sai, Milano: €2.8 million

32 Franco Moscetti, Amplifon, Diasorin: €2.7 million

33 Franco Bernabè, Telecom Italia: €2.60 million

34 Massimo Moratti, Saras, C Pirelli: €2.6 million

35 Renato Pagliaro, Mediobanca: €2.5 million

36 Alberto Nagel, Mediobanca: €2.5 million

37 Francesco Trapani, Bulgari: €2.5 million

38 Gian Marco Moratti, Saras: €2.5 million

39 Francesco Caltagirone, Cementir, Acea, Banca Finnat Euramerica: €2.5 million

40 Giuliano Zuccoli , A2A, Edison, Credito Valtellinese: €2.5 million

41 Valerio Battista, Prysmian,  Indesit: €2.5 million

42 Gaetano Miccichè, Intesa Sanpaolo: €2.4 million

43 Andre Michelle Ballester, Sorin: €2.3 million

44 Francesco Gori, Pirelli: €2.3 million

45 Massimo di Carlo, Mediobanca: €2.3 million

46 Maurizio Cereda, Mediobanca, Ansaldo Sts: €2.2 million

47 Jeane Claude Blanc, Fc Juventus: € 2.2 million

48 Antonio Talarico, Fondiaria-Sai: €2.2 million

49 Fabio De Longhi, De Longhi: €2.2 million

50 Franzo Grande Stevens, Exor, Fiat, Rcs: €2.2 million

Source

UK 

Sunday Times Rich List

  • Lakshmi Mittal and family – £12.7 billion
  • Alisher Usmanov – £12.3 billion.
  • Roman Abramovich – £9.5 billion.
  • Sri and Gopi Hinduja – £8.6 billion.
  • Leonard Blavatnik – £7.58 billion.
  • Ernesto and Kirsty Bertarelli – £7.4 billion.
  • The Duke of Westminster – £7.35 billion.
  • David and Simon Reuben – £7.08 billion.
  • John Fredriksen and family – £6.6 billion.
  • Galen and George Weston and family – £5.9 billion.

29.04.2012

Sunday Times


The Bankers 

Thousands racked in millions at Europe’s banks (15.7.2013)

Europe’s top execs 

  1. Robert Diamond, Barclays €11.596 million
  2. Brady Dougan,  Crédit Suisse, €9.243 million
  3. Alfredo Sáenz, Santander, €7.878 million
  4. Stuart Gulliver, HSBC, €7.191 million
  5. Michael Geoghegan, HSBC, €6.778 million
  6. Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank, €6.304 million
  7. Boris Collardi, Julius Baer, €5.758 million
  8. Stephen Hester, RBS, €5.398 million
  9. Francisco González, BBVA, €5.316 million
  10. Peter Sands €3.593 million

What top bankers get, by nation

  1. UK €5.777 million
  2. Switzerland €4.422 million
  3. Spain €3.701 million
  4. Germany €3.285 million
  5. Italy €1.896 million
  6. Sweden €1.356 million
  7. Austria €1.251 million
  8. France €865,075
  9. Portugal €845,892
  10. Denmark €796,669
  11. Holland €623,250
  12. Norway €537,567
  13. Belgium €250,674

Source: FT Alphaville


Spain, directly publicly subsidized banks

Renumeration packages, 2010/11

1. Rodrigo Rato, BFA-Bankia (Caja), €2.34 millon

2. Francisco Verdú, BFA-Bankia (Caja), €2.3 millon

6. Adolf Todó, Catalunya Caixa (Caja), €1.55 millon

7. Jordi Mestre, Unnim (Caja) €960,000

3. Antonio Pulido Banca Cívica (Caja), €900,000

4. Enrique Goñi, Banca Cívica (Caja) € 900,000

5. Carlos Egea, BMN (Caja), €450,000.

8. Jose María Castellano Novagalicia (Caja) €890,000

9. Cesar González-Bueno Novagalicia (Caja) €890,000

10. Jaume Masana, Catalunya Caixa (Caja), €860,000

All the above were recipients of government aid under the Fondo de Reestructuración Ordenada Bancaria (FROB) scheme

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