Interros is a Russian conglomerate controlled by Russian oligarch Vladimir Potanin with large stakes in mining, metals, energy, finance, retail, real estate and other sectors. The company's headquarters are located in Moscow.
The company was founded in the early 1990s by Vladimir Potanin and Mikhail Prokhorov, and the primary owner is Vladimir Potanin, with Mikhail Prokhorov having departed in 2007. Prokhorov would have received $7.5 billion for his shares in Interros.
Interros is a major Russian private investment company, and the total value of Interros stakes in various companies amounts to $30 billion as of January 1, 2007. The Group’s companies operate throughout Russia, Europe, Asia, and North America.
The London court forbade Vladimir Potanin to increase the package without Oleg Deripaska.
The British court said why in a dispute between the shareholders of MMC Norilsk Nickel, he ruled in favor of Oleg Deripaska. An important factor was the strange refusal of Abramovich and Abramov to give testimony in favor of Potanin, whom they wanted to sell shares of MMC.
For the first 6 months of 2018, Norilsk Nickel earned 1.65 billion dollars in net profit.
The 75-meter yacht, named after the daughter of a Russian oligarch, was sold for $ 75 million.
The High Court of London declared null and void the sale of Norilsk Nickel's shares to the structures of Roman Abramovich to Vladimir Potanin's structures. The loss of Abramovich in the form of lost profits amounted to about $ 180 million.
Forbes presented the rating of the heirs of the richest businessmen of Russia for the third time. The first place was taken by Yusuf Alekperov, the second place was occupied by the children of Leonid Mikhelson, "bronze" - in the son and daughter of Andrei Melnichenko.
The oligarch continues to buy shares of Norilsk Nickel: its share increased by 1.5% to 34%. He told about this in the High Court of London.
Vladimir Potanin told the High Court of London the whole truth about his proposal to Oleg Deripaska on his shares of Norilsk Nickel.
Forbes magazine published the 15th updated rating of Russia's 200 richest businessmen, whose overall condition is estimated at $ 485 billion.
The Supreme Court will not review the case on the division of Potanin's property.
UC Rusal will make a decision about this until the end of April.
The share of Interros in MMC Norilsk Nickel reached 32.9%.
But Oleg Deripaska can still deploy the deal.
MMC Norilsk Nickel doubled its debt load for 2017. This should lead to a reduction in dividends, the increase of which requires the debt-bound Oleg Deripaska.
The list of richest people in Russia, according to Forbes magazine, was replaced by the leader. He became the owner of a controlling stake in the Novolipetsk Metallurgical Combine (NLMK) Vladimir Lisin. His state of the publication was estimated at 19.1 billion dollars.
Vladimir Potanin proposes to pay 1.5 billion dollars a year, and the entangled debt of Deripaska requires 2.5 billion dollars.
Entangled scandalous businessman will depart from the management of En + and "Rusal".
The former spouse of the head of Interros, Vladimir Potanin, claims 1 trillion rubles.
The cost of a full refueling of three vessels of the owner of "Norilsk Nickel" is 1.5 million dollars.
What Russian billionaires say about the fate of their capitals.
The 1.79% stake was sold for $400 million.
The ski resort Rosa Khutor and the Mountain Tourism Center of Gazprom can deprive of access to drinking water more than 100 thousand people around Sochi.
The fleet of the owner of Anastasia, Nirvana and Barbara can be estimated at about $500 million.
The buyer is their CIS Natural Resources Fund, the final decision will depend on the Chinese partners.
It was a condition of his deal with Vladimir Potanin.
So far the state buys the medicine from Pfizer and its partner Petrovax farm.
Roman Abramovich and Oleg Deripaska, through Norilsk Nickel, will become co-owners of Rosa Khutor, the largest ski resort in Russia. Norilsk Nickel will invest more than $250 million in its development.
Norilsk Nickel, which was in dire straits a few years ago because of the corporate conflict, has made its CEO the leader of the Forbes list.