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Facebook IPO: Who got rich(er)?

May 17, 2012: 4:06 PM ET

Mark Zuckerberg FacebookCounting down the big Facebook winners.

FORTUNE -- Facebook (FB) has priced its highly-anticipated IPO at $38 per share, with a large number of shares coming from company insiders.

So here's a quick list of who made what, based on the assumption that underwriters exercise their entire over-allotment, plus the value of their remaining position (based on $38 price):


  • Mark Zuckerberg: $1.5 billion ($19.14 billion)
  • Dustin Moskovitz: $285 million ($4.8 billion remaining)
  • Peter Thiel: $848 million ($852m remaining)
  • Mark Pincus: $4.1 million ($158 million remaining)
  • Sean Parker: $38 million ($2.27 billion remaining)
  • Reid Hoffman: $412 million ($138 million remaining)
  • Jim Breyer: $125 million ($320 million remaining)


  • Accel Partners: $2 billion ($4.72 billion remaining)
  • DST Global: $2 billion ($3 billion remaining)
  • Goldman Sachs (GS): $1.25 billion ($1.25 billion remaining)
  • Greylock Partners: $332 million ($1.06 billion remaining)
  • Elevation Partners: $202 million ($1.32 billion remaining)
  • Mail.ru Group: $857 million ($1.28 billion remaining)
  • Meritech Capital Partners: $306 million ($1.23 billion remaining)
  • Microsoft Corp. (MSFT): $287 million ($959 million remaining)
  • Tiger Global Management: $1.03 billion ($1.02 billion remaining)

The only two listed institutional investors that opted not to sell any shares in the offering were T. Rowe Price and Andreessen Horowitz, whose stakes are valued at $251 million and $691 million, respectively. Facebook executives who aren't selling include Sheryl Sandberg ($72 million already vested) and David Ebersman ($912 million already vested).

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Dan Primack joined Fortune.com in September 2010 to cover deals and dealmakers, from Wall Street to Sand Hill Road. Previously, Dan was an editor-at-large with Thomson Reuters, where he launched both peHUB.com and the peHUB Wire email service. In a past journalistic life, Dan ran a community paper in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He currently lives just outside of Boston.

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