Who are the richest Slovaks?

The Forbes Slovakia magazine published a list of people with the

Ivan Chrenko's HB Reavis is behind the Stanica Nivy project.Ivan Chrenko's HB Reavis is behind the Stanica Nivy project. (Source: SME)

Ivan Chrenko, who holds a majority share in the HB Reavis developer, is the richest Slovak. His property is estimated to be worth €1.39 billion, the Forbes magazine reported.

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He came first after Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, who comes from Bratislava, was not listed. His property is estimated to about €2.7 billion.

“Since Forbes’ global ranking of billionaires lists the Czech Prime Minister under the Czech flag, we decided to include him only in the Czech list,” Forbes Slovakia’s editor-in-chief Juraj Porubský said, as quoted by the SITA newswire.

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