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Facebook’s IPO is going to create a thousand millionaires.The top executives at Facebook, and its investors, are getting an unbelievable payout. We’ve heard reports of a valuation ranging between $75 billion and $100 billion.
We’ve assembled a list of the top shareholders, and how much their stakes are worth. We’re calling it an $87.5 billion valuation for the sake of coming to a value for the stake.
These are existing shares that have already vested — not including options. The values are based off ownership of Class B shares.
Shares owned: 1,863,656
Ullyot also holds 3,782,818 restricted stock units that haven't vested yet.
Shares owned: 1,899,986
From the filing: Sandberg also holds 39,321,041 restricted stock units which are subject to vesting conditions not expected to occur within 60 days of December 31, 2011 (thanks to the commenters for pointing that out).
Those are unvested, so she might not get them if she gets fired. Sandberg also has another 3.5 million unexercised options.
With all those unvested shares, Sandberg is worth just a little shy of $2 billion at the current valuation -- which could easily change in the future.
Shares owned: 2,101,870
From the filing: Schroepfer also holds 6,144,188 restricted stock units that have not vested yet.
Shares owned: 2,174,999
From the filing: Ebersmen also holds 7,469,424 restricted stock units that haven't vested yet.
Shares owned: 3,571,431
Shares owned: 44,724,100
Shares owned: 94,567,945
DST also owns 36,711,928 Class A shares.
Shares owned: 133,763,645
Shares owned: 201,378,349
Shares owned: 533,801,850
Zuckerberg also has 120,000,000 shares he can exercise, which would increase his worth by an extra $5.6 billion.