Oleg Deripaska’s assets, including his luxury real estate, have been frozen in the United States.
Yeltsin's son-in-law, Valentin Yumashev, was officially appointed as an adviser to the Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the spokesman of the latter, Dmitry Peskov, "Yumashev has always been an adviser to the president."
The plan to lift sanctions with Rusal revealed a "family" obstacle: in addition to 68.5% of the shares of En +, owned personally by Oleg Deripaska, 11% belong to his relatives.
After the collapse of the marriage with Polina Yumasheva, the dead Yeltsin ceased to protect the shareholder En + Group from the Russian siloviki and the US prosecutor.
Boris Yeltsin's "granddaughter" can leave Oleg Deripaska for the now-single Roman Abramovich.