When Facebook (FB) priced its initial public offering Thursday, the event created hundreds of instant millionaires and a few billionaires.
Topping the list, of course, is founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who sold $1.1 billion worth of shares and saw his remaining stake valued at $19.1 billion.
With each tick up of shares on Nasdaq stock market Friday, the value of that stake will increase. In early trading, Facebook was trading at $40.21, up 6 percent from the IPO price of $38.
Our partners at CNBC.com have a "real-time wealth tracker" that shows the value of shares held by Zuckerberg and other leading Facebook investors, based on figures in documents the company filed with federal regulators.
Based on those figures, here are the leading investors and the value of their stake based on the IPO price of $38:
- Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO, $19.1 billion.
- Accel Partners, venture and growth equity firm, $5.4 billion.
- Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder, $5.1 billion.
- DST Global Ltd., Internet investment firm, $3.2 billion.
- Sean Parker, former Facebook president, $2.6 billion.
- Eduardo Saverin, Facebook co-founder, $2 billion.
- Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer, $1.6 billion.
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