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Danil Khachaturov (born October 30, 1971 in Moscow) is a Russian businessman, president of the Rosgosstrakh group of companies, general director and co-owner of Rosgosstrakh. He graduated from the Moscow Engineering and Construction Institute and the Financial Academy under the Government of the Russian Federation. 

Khachaturov worked as an economist and senior economist at Maritime Bank. In 1997-2000, vice president and then senior vice president responsible for investment and financial activities of JSCB "BIN". In 2000-2002, senior vice president for economics and finance, first vice-president of JSC NGK Slavneft, and since May 2002, advisor to the director general of Rosgosstrakh; in July of the same year he was appointed executive director of OJSC Rosgosstrakh. Since April 1, 2004, he's been the general director of OJSC Rosgosstrakh.

In the Forbes list of "200 richest businessmen of Russia" he has the 48th place with the fortune of $2 billion in 2017. In 2008, he married Ulyana Sergeenko, in 2013 their marriage ended. He has five children; fond of mountaineering and diving.

Trust Bank assets were wasted on loans


The activities of the former bank's top managers will be assessed by the Basmanny Court of Moscow.

Former shareholders of Trust created a "pyramid"


High Court in London called the actions of the former shareholders of Trust Bank to "manage the balance sheet" dishonest and refused to unfreeze their assets.  

Former owners of Trust Bank will be left without 830 million dollars


The High Court in London rejected the claim of the former owners of Trust National Bank: Ilya Yurov, Nikolay Fetisov, Sergey Belyaev and their wives, who were in the claimant list, to unfreeze their assets worth $830 million.

English echo of Gazprom


What stands behind the recognition by the High Court of London of the authority of Kirill Nogotkov, the bankrupcy supervisor of OOO Dalnyaya Step. 

"Dalnyaya Step" will be judged in an English manner


William Browder was summoned to the London court.

The London court has allowed the former head of NPO Cosmos to spend £80 thousand a month


Defenders of Andrey Chernyakov, accused of stealing a loan of 12 billion rubles from the Bank of Moscow, appealed against the arrest of his villa in Italy and restrictions on personal spending in the UK.  

The trust which faltered


Sergey Pugachev's assets could not withstand the London court.

Banker Ablyazov failed the "Kasparov's defence"


The Lyons Court reviewed the Prosecutor General's request to extradite the former head of BTA Bank as well as the former minister of the Moscow region Alexey Kuznetsov to Russia. 

Sergey Pugachev hedged his bets


His potential losses from legal proceedings with ACB are estimated at $ 25 million.