Uber co-founder and former CEO Travis Kalanick is about to add $5 billion to his net worth.

While the company may have disappointed some investors when it priced its shares at the lower end of the spectrum at $45, when Uber begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange Friday, a host of early employees and investors will make some serious bank. Kalanick is still the largest individual shareholder. Co-founder Garrett Camp, who developed the prototype for Uber while running his previous startup StumbleUpon, isn't far behind--Camp's stake is worth about $3.5 billion. 

Here's a top 10 list of who will make the most money from Uber's IPO--and how much skin they have left in the game. 

10. BlackRock

Investment firm BlackRock first backed Uber in 2014, when the ride-hailing company was valued at $17 billion.

Post-IPO stake: $424 million

Post-IPO ownership: 0.55 percent

9. Blissful Thousand 

This is an affiliate of Cheng Wei, the co-founder and CEO of ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing, which acquired Uber's Chinese operations in 2016.

Post-IPO stake: $887 million

Post-IPO ownership: 1.2 percent

8. Ryan Graves

He was Uber's first employee and, for a brief period in 2010, also its CEO. Graves served as Uber's SVP of global operations until 2017 and currently sits on its board.

Post-IPO stake: $1.4 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 1.9 percent

7. TPG Capital

This private equity firm was one of Uber's earliest investors, putting in around $90 million at a $3.5 billion valuation in 2013.

Post-IPO stake: $1.4 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 1.9 percent

6. First Round Capital

First Round invested in Uber in 2010, back when it was called UberCab.

Post-IPO stake: $1.7 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 2.2 percent

5. Lowercase Capital

Founder Chris Sacca invested roughly $300,000 in Uber's angel round in 2009.

Post-IPO stake: $1.9 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 2.5 percent

4. Garrett Camp

The Uber co-founder's shares are listed under Expa, a startup incubator of sorts that gives founders early-stage capital and helps them develop ideas with a hands-on approach

Post-IPO stake: $3.5 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 4.6 percent

3. Travis Kalanick

The former Uber CEO has already sold about $1 billion worth of shares to SoftBank.

Post-IPO stake: $5.1 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 6.7 percent

2. Benchmark Capital

The VC firm was another one of Uber's earliest investors. Partner Matt Cohler sits on Uber's board.

Post-IPO stake: $6.5 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 8.5 percent

1. SoftBank 

The Japanese investing behemoth claims it has already made more than $3.8 billion from its Uber investment.

Post-IPO stake: $9.8 billion

Post-IPO ownership: 12.8 percent

Correction: This post has been updated to clarify that Garrett Camp's investment firm acts more like an incubator than a VC firm.

Published on: May 10, 2019