Joint Stock Company Transneft is a Russian state-owned transport monopoly, the largest oil pipeline company in the world. JSC "Transneft" is operating over 70 thousand kilometers of trunk pipelines. It transports about 90% of oil and 30% of oil products produced in Russia, in addition to considerable volumes of crude hydrocarbons from the CIS countries. The company is headquartered in Moscow and led by Nikolay Tokarev.
The company wants to increase shipments to China.
Pipe manufacturers faced a decline in demand for LDP.
The $17 billion deal between Rosneft and British oil and gas giant British Petroleum was consulted by the firm with the participation of an old Putin friend, Matthias Warnig.
Head of UCP Foundation Ilya Shcherbovich, who failed to win back the money for the non-voting shares of Transneft, offered a 'peace treaty'. But on his own terms.
Transneft wants to continue to enrich itself at the expense of others.
Ilya Scherbovich's UCP lost a court action.
Property interests of Rosneft have led to filing a claim to arbitration. What is Transneft guilty of?
President of Vneshprombank, Larisa Markus, pleaded guilty for embezzling 6 billion and is ready to make a deal with the investigation.
Forbes has presented its fifth annual ranking of the most highly paid heads of Russian companies.
Ex-owner of Uralkali in Monaco carves up the inheritance of Bedzhamov, the fugitive head of Vneshprombank; envoy Trutnev is involved into this affair.
The Ministry of Finance has proposed to establish a norm obliging state-owned companies to pay dividends in the amount of not less than 50% of the net profit according to IFRS; a corresponding document has already been sent for approval to the government.
The attempt to pay high dividends stumbled upon covenants.
Several Russian and foreign funds claim that the divident policy of the oil transporting company exacerbate the investment climate in Russia.
As a minoritary shareholder of Transneft, it demands confidential information.
The head of Transneft Nikolay Tokarev and his clan are investing billions of stolen dollars into the western offshore companies and real estate.
The head of Transneft makes profit at the expense of the state.
The bank got it in settlment of the debt of 350 million dollars.
Transneft has been at war with a minority shareholder, UCP Foundation, owned by Ilya Scherbovich, for the last six months. The purpose of UCP is to sell to the monopoly its own shares. Now, the Foundation insists that it bought the shares of Transneft upon the latter's approval and having exactly that deal in mind.
Meanwhile in Russia the FSB and other law enforcement agencies all of a sudden have started a crackdown on glided youth and some high-ranking officials
The amount of claims to Vneshprombank reached 215 billion rubles, as estimated the DIA. In January, the bank lost its license, its co-owners Georgy Bedzhamov and Larisa Marcus were brought to custody. How the pyramid was built and why did it collapse?
A shareholder of Transneft, UCP Foundation, through the court requested from the company the documents about its operations in the financial market during the devaluation of the ruble. The losses of Transneft from these transactions was 75.3 billion rubles in 2014 alone.
Transneft mey leave its shareholders without money.
That's the amount of money Transneft lost in bankrupt banks.
The economic crisis and the threat of losing jobs didn't much affect the employees of state-owned companies banks: although the salareis didn't increase, mass layoffs have been avoided. Many members of the management didn't even notice the devaluation of the ruble.
Having faced the troubles, Interkommerts Bank can become the largest insured event in the history of ACB, if the Central Bank decides to revoke its license. The volume of the bank's deposits is 68.4 billion rubles.
Why collapsed the bank serving the state-owned companies, state managers and officials.
Telatives of high-ranking officials turned up to be among the VIP-depositors of the troubled bank.
The monopoly lacks the money for the investment program due to the fact that the Federal Antimonopoly Service approved the tariff increase on a lower level than the company wanted.