Kjell Inge Røkke received the top ranking on the list of the country’s most wealthy,with NOK 20.6 billion equity capital according to the tax list.
Røkke thus took over the place of Salmar heir Gustav Witzøe (24). The Aker owner was listed in the tax report with an equilibrium capital of NOK 20.6 billion, against NOK 11.1 billion in 2016 wrote Dagens Næringsliv newspaper.
Taxpayers for last year were posted on the Tax Agency’s website on Wednesday morning at 7 am.The publication is strictly regulated. You can apply to the register of all taxpayers; the neighbour, the parents, the wife and the cohabitant if you want, but then you also have to endure that the ones you apply for are informed about it. The rules for use and publication of tax lists were tightened in 2011.
Hovedeier Svein Støle (55), of Pareto brokerage, is Norway’s richest, with a fortune of 7.24 billion kroner, while the daughters of Ferd owner, Johan Andresen, Katharina Gamlemshaug Andresen, and Alexandra Gamlemshaug Andresen, are in 3rd and 4th place.They are both listed with a capital of NOK 6.8 billion.
Trond Mohn rounds off the top 5 with Norway’s largest fortunes last year.He was
listed in the tax register with an equilibrium capital of just over 6.3 billion.
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