Boris Rotenberg is trying on the strength of the Finnish judicial system, demanding to strike a balance between so respected human rights in Europe and the fear of banks to violate the US sanctions regime. What could be the result of a lawsuit?
Roman Abramovich, Igor Sechin, Alisher Usmanov, Oleg Deripaska, Arkady and Boris Rotenberg were blacklisted by Russian oligarchs in the UK.
The Helsinki court found itself in a delicate situation: the Russian billionaire has a passport of Finland, and the execution of US sanctions against him may have unpleasant consequences for other EU citizens.
The government allowed the transfer of rights to develop two deposits in Yamal, the company "RusGazAlliance."
Bakery Igor Pyinkevich got into the hands of the GVSU "Center".
The founder and former owner of Mosoblbank, transferred to the structures of the Rothenberg brothers, died in a colony where he served time for the theft of 68 billion rubles.
The Center for the Study of Corruption and Organized Crime (OCCRP) learned how deeply rooted in the French Riviera one of the most infamous Russian oligarchs, Vladimir Putin's childhood friend Boris Rotenberg.
Toxic Putin's oligarchs will be able to improve financial health at the expense of the gas corporation.
The main drilling contractor of Gazprom left offshore. Since December 29, the company is directly owned by three individuals: Igor Rothenberg, Boris Rotenberg and Alexander Zamyatin.
The companies owned by Arkady, Boris and Igor Rothenberg, in 2016, received the masters almost 600 billion rubles.
SMP Bank and Rossiya Bank, which are under sanctions, will be able to work with state-owned companies and the budget.
Forbes has been ranking the most successful entrepreneurial dynasties for four years consequently. The cumulative wealth of the ten richest families of Russia over the past year has increased by $2 billion, up to $27 billion. In three of them, newcomers appeared who received shares in business.
The Anti-Corruption Foundation of Alexey Navalny has published an investigation into the "business" activities of the brothers Boris and Arkady Rotenberg, as well as other members of this family.
A distant relative of the president together with the contractor of Russian Railways and the shareholder of the Bank of Russia want to build a racing track near St. Petersburg worth 11 billion rubles.
Where did the banker Ilya Kligman hide 35 billion rubles from the double-entry bookkeeping in Arksbanka?
After 12 years, FC Dynamo returns from VTB to the Dynamo society.
Why the bank would need such papers and who could buy them is not clear. Previously, such papers were placed only by VTB, Gazprombank and Alfa-Bank.
The entities of Arkady Rotenberg's son Igor and friends of top-managers of Russian Railways now work for the state monopoly.
Marina Sechina, former wife of the CEO of Rosneft Igor Sechin, continues to collect assets.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of SMP Bank, Artem Obolensky, has created a company that wants to keep track of all the turnover of medicines in Russia
On March 20, 2014 the US government first imposed personal sanctions against Russian businessmen and top managers of state-owned companies from the Russian President Vladimir Putin's entourage.
In companies under Arkady Rotenberg's full control, the vertical of power is created by the master of martial arts and their teams.
Sale of part of the property to partners and relatives didn't spare the billionaires, close to the Russian President, from international prosecution.
The US authorities give no peace to "Putin's friends": Gennady Timchenko and the Rotenberg brothers. The US Treasury blacklisted ten companies through which these businessmen allegedly evade sanctions.
Artem Obolensky speaks on the strategy of the Rotenbergs banking group, new acquisitions and restructurization of Mosoblbank.
For ties with the Russian businessman his friend, Finn Kai Paananen, fell under the sactions.
Working in the KHL and SKA, Roman Rotenberg built his own business. What role was played by his father and uncle?
The eldest son of billionaire Boris Rotenberg buys one of the leading Russian manufacturers of sportswear and souvenirs.