"The situation with Roman Abramovich is much worse than it seems," says a realtor from Beauchamp Estates.
Those investors who, unlike Roman Abramovich did not receive an Israeli passport, but spend a lot of time in the UK, should be concerned.
According to Israeli media reports, Abramovich arrived in Israel in a private plane and has already received a local passport. After the refusal of the UK for a visa, there was nowhere to live for the Russian oligarch.
Russian businessman Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea football club, will have to explain the origin of his fortune - this is the condition for obtaining a new investment visa for Britain.
The largest shareholder of Norilsk Nickel explained that if he had combined the packages with other co-owners, they would have saved: the tax on dividends is not paid when holding more than 50%. But the partners refused.
The oil company Zoltav Resourses, whose shareholder is the son of businessman Roman Abramovich - Arkady Abramovich, hired former top managers of Bashneft to develop exploration projects.
UC Rusal accused Vladimir Potanin of collusion with Roman Abramovich when agreeing on the terms of the purchase of 4% of Norilsk Nickel, and an additional incentive was a deal on the Baim deposit. Potanin denies all this.
Vladimir Potanin told the High Court of London the whole truth about his proposal to Oleg Deripaska on his shares of Norilsk Nickel.
The Times included Usmanov as one of the ten richest people in the UK. His state newspaper estimated at 10.556 billion pounds (14.29 billion dollars).
The Russian billionaire personally went to court to testify. Since 2005, the amount of claims in the case, rooted in the late 1990s, has increased almost threefold - from $ 17.5 million to about $ 46.8 million.
In the past, it belonged to Roman Abramovich.
The company, among co-owners of which RZhD and billionaires Ziyavudin Magomedov, Alexander Abramov and Roman Abramovich, accused the antimonopoly authority of using inaccurate data.
The US authorities questioned about at least two Russian oligarchs interfering in the American elections. According to Flightradar, in March, planes of Roman Abramovich, Viktor Vekselberg and Mikhail Prokhorov were boarding in New York.
Rusal is in no hurry to buy out shares of Norilsk Nickel from Roman Abramovich.
The share of Interros in MMC Norilsk Nickel reached 32.9%.
Oleg Deripaska, whose companies are burdened with debts, and Vladimir Potanin, who launched several large investment projects, agreed to buy out 4% of Norilsk Nickel from Roman Abramovich. The amount of the transaction can be about 1.5 billion dollars. But the conflict between billionaires is far from over.
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.
A Russian billionaire asked the Swiss court to forbid the local press to report any information about his attempt to obtain a residence permit, but the court refused, citing the fact that he was not engaged in censorship.
Evraz will strengthen its position in the coal market with the help of Sibuglemet.
An entangled businessman tries to escape under the roar of judicial cannonade, and the ineffective "Rusal" to turn off the state.
The company can buy a majority stake in the Baim copper project, which is also interested in Norilsk Nickel.
Pavel Durov reported to the US authorities about attracting $ 850 million from 81 investors.
Due to the minority stake of Roman Abramovich and Alexander Abramov, a lawsuit in London broke out.
Gold mining, meat production, fishing, modern art - what do people who have worked with a billionaire for more than twenty years.
These are the most popular and profitable types of fishing in the Far East.
Why the businessman decided to withdraw his application, known in the editorial offices of the newspapers Le Matin Dimanche and Sonntags Zeitung, but the local court forbade them to disclose this information.