Grażyna Kulczyk together with her millionaire husband Jan Kulczyk have appeared together on the list of the 100 richest people in Wprost magazine. Having divorced and dividing their wealth in 2007, Grażyna Kulczyk is the 12th richest Pole. Her fortune is estimated at 3.2 billion zloty. Before the divorce she was valued at PLN 4 billion, but her value has dropped due to the repayment of investment loans for shares in Warta SA, the insurance and reinsurance company, PKN Orlen, TP SA, Kulczyk Holding and Euro Agro Center. She also has shares in other companies. She has a 28% stake in Kompania Piwowarska, which made a net profit of PLN 600 million in 2006. The company is now worth PLN 2.5 billion. She has a 49% stake in Skoda Auto Poland; her shares are worth PLN 1.8 billion. She also has shares in Autostrada Eksploatacja and Autostrada Wielkopolska, which are worth a combined PLN 200 milion. Polenergia SA trades in energy worth PLN 600-800 milion. The Kulczyks are also the owners or shareholders of smaller companies like Avantors Performers Materials (worth PLN 45-50 milion) and Castle Cultural Center that administers the castle in Lubniewice. According to unofficial sources, Grażyna Kulczyk is the owner of all Polish investment of the Kulczyk empire. The apple of her eye is Fortis Sp. z o.o that built and manages Stary Browar shopping centre in Poznań. The spokeswoman of the company is Grażyna’s daughter Dominika Kulczyk-Lubomirska. Grażyna Kulczyk is also a well-known patron and promoter of the arts.
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