According to an article published by Veidas magazine on August 7, 2015, Nerijus Numaviucius, the largest shareholder of the Vilniaus Prekyba Group, is still the wealthiest person in Lithuania with assets of 3.6 billion litas (1.04 billion euros).
The Vilniaus Prekyba Group is the largest shareholder in the Maxima supermarket chain.
Others in the top five include Darius Mockus, the owner of MG Baltic, on 950 million Litas. Meanwhile, Augustinas Rakauskas and his family, the owners of the Senukai DIY chain, have total assets of 900 million.
Rounding out the top five are Mindaugas Ralia, who runs the Girteka logistics group, with the same total as Rakauskas, and Zilvinas Marcinkevicius - another shareholder in the Vilniaus Prekyba Group - on 830 million litas.
Further down the list are Achemos Grupe shareholders, Lyda Lubienie and her daughter, on 755 million. Pranas and Andrius Kizins, the owners of plastic packaging manufacturer Lietpak weigh in on 550 million litas.
Other Vilniaus Prekyba Mindaugas shareholders, Mindaugas Marcinkevicius and Vladas Numavicius both have assets of 470 million litas, while Dainius Dundulis, the owner of grocery chain Norfos Mazmena each hold 370 million.
New entrants to the 2015 Lithuania rich list are Gintautas Kulokas, the owner of Fatalitas, the operator of the country’s duty free shops on 120 million litas. Aleksandras Afanasjevas, the owner of Lithuania’s leading amber jewellery company has the same number of assets.
Scientist Romuladas Danielius, co-owner of research company Sviesos Konversija, rounded out the list with a total of 115 million litas.
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