Home » Latest » Forbes Croatia: 2014 Rich List

Forbes Croatia: 2014 Rich List

Forbes_The Croatian edition of Forbes magazine has just released its Rich List for 2014 in its latest April issue. The Croatian Forbes ranks the top 100 wealthiest Croats who have a combined total wealth this year of 12.4 billion kuna (1.8 billion euros). There has been no change in the top three this year, with number one spot again belonging to Ivica Todoric, owner of Croatia’s largest privately owned food firm Agrokor, while food, tourism, tobacco, banking and sugar tycoons make up the rest of the top 10…

Forbes Rich List – Croatia – Top 3

1. Ivica Todorić – worth: 6.5 billion kuna (850 million EUR)

Ivica Todorić

Ivica Todorić

Ivica Todorić is the richest Croat in the land thanks to his Agrokor firm which owns Croatia’s largest supermarket chain Konzum and food brands Belje, Jamnica, Ledo, Jana, PIK and Zvijezda.

2. Lukšić Family

Davor Lukšić

Davor Lukšić

The Lukšić family, who settled in Chile, are in the mining, brewing and banking business around the world. In Croatia they own the Plava Laguna resort and the Adriatic luxury hotels. Luksic’s Croatian operation is run by Davor Lukšić, the 30-year-old grandson of the Lukšić empire creator Andronico Lukšić.

3. Emil Tedeschi

Emil Tedeschi

Emil Tedeschi

Emil Tedeschi is the major owner of food and nutrition company Atlantic grupa. He is also a part-time DJ and close friend of current Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanović.

Share on:
1 / 5 (1 votes)

Related Posts

[PHOTOS] New Split Airport Terminal On Track

Construction on the long-awaited new multi-million euro terminal building at Split Airport is progressing on schedule and is set to open to the public in July 2019. With large crowds during the summer period, tourists will be pleased to learn that the airport’s expansion started earlier this year. After a number of delays since the...

Croatia Celebrates Statehood Day

Croatia marks Statehood Day on Sunday 25 June 2017. On 25 June 1991, the Croatian Parliament adopted its historical decision on starting the process of separation from other former Yugoslav republics. This decision was preceded by a referendum held on 19 May 1991, where 94 percent of the citizens decided Croatia was not to remain...

Croatian Names & Surnames in English Form

By Iva Ralica Many names and surnames in Croatia are derived from old Slavic words, with no equivalent in other languages outside its circle. Still, some do have their English form, such as the surname Kovač (Smith) and the name Ivan (John). Others, like Horvat – the older version of the word Hrvat, meaning a...

[PHOTOS] Jamie Dornan Arrives on Set in Dubrovnik

Jamie Dornan has been spotted for the first time in Dubrovnik on Friday, after arriving earlier this week, The Dubrovnik Times revealed. Fresh from Sunday’s 2017 Oscars, Dornan avoided waiting cameramen when he arrived at Dubrovnik Airport on Tuesday, but was spotted in town today. The 34-year-old is in the southern Croatian coastal city to...

Aussie Pop Singer Natalie Imbruglia to Play Zagreb

Aussie pop star Natalie Imbruglia will play a concert in the Croatian capital this May. Imbruglia will perform at Tvornica Kulture in Zagreb on 3 May 2017 as part of her ‘Intimate Acoustic Tour’ that will take in dates all over Europe. Tickets are 170 kuna, or 280 for VIP tickets, and can be purchased...

Traditional Free Grah Lunch to Mark May Day Around Croatia

Croatians will celebrate Labour Day tomorrow with a public holiday that will see thousands turn out for traditional free lunches around the country. More than 60,000 portions of free bean soup and 55,000 bread rolls will be served at Maksimir park in the capital to celebrate Labour Day. The free lunch is a tradition in...