Russian nouveau riches in the crosshairs of British legislation


What should expect the Russian billionaires in the context of the fight against money laundering in the UK.

Russian oligarchs prefer to invest abroad


Big business in Russia absolutely lacks even a shade of patriotism. 

The company that manages the assets of Igor Shuvalov, was co-owner of White Gardens office


Its market value now stands at no less than $600 million.

Roman Abramovich left tin in the soil


His company refused to develop Pyrkakaya field.

Media Learned About the Participation of Paul McCartney at the Abramovich's New Year's party


Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has arranged a new year party on one of the Antilles, where he invited Paul McCartney and the Killers to perform; among his guests Russian oligarchs were seen.

Andrey Vdovin gutted a couple of banks


Banker Vdovin is already celebrating another banking adventure abroad, whil his VIP clients are getting prepared for unpromising courts in Moscow.

Norilsk Nickel will open its doors to investors


Company will isolate its key assets, and is ready to attract partners to the rest of them.

Entities of Abramovich and Abramov sued the owner of Azbuka Vkusa


Millhouse Invest AG and structures applied to the Cypriot court to recover a loan in the amount of $150 million from Andrey Vdovin, shareholder of Azbuka Vkusa. The loan security is the businessman's share in the chain. 

Venture Roman: who received $100 million from Abramovich


Roman Abramovich became interested in venture investments. Forbes figured out how and why the billionaire invests in start-ups around the world.