Aker-owner is the richest man in Norway

With a fortune that has grown around USD 457.5 million in one year, Kjell Inge Røkke is now the richest man in Norway.

There is good money to be made in offshore services. Kjell Inge Røkke can testify to that. At least in terms of his position as primary shareholder in Aker Solutions, which made him the richest man in Norway this year, according to the new tax lists published by the Norwegian authorities.

In just one year, Kjell Inge Røkke's personal fortune has grown by USD 457.5 million, which means that the 56-year-old businessman is now worth USD 1.8 billion.

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