Leonard Blavatnik

Sir Leonard "Len" Blavatnik (born June 14, 1957) is a Ukrainian-born British businessman, investor, and philanthropist. He made his fortune through business via diversified investments in myriad companies through his conglomerate company, Access Industries. In 2015, he was named Britain's richest man with an estimated net worth of £17.1 billion as of April 2015. In 2017, Blavatnik received a knighthood for services to philanthropy.

In the Sunday Times Rich List 2015, Blavatnik was listed as the UK's richest person, with a fortune of £16.9 billion. Forbes ranks Blavatnik as the 16th richest in the world as of April 2015.

Onexim has sold 3.32% stake in UC Rusal for $240 million


Discount to the closing price on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange amounted to 9%.

Minority shareholders of Rusal threaten to block the additional issue


Oleg Deripaska's UC Rusal may face a conflict around shares: according to Bloomberg, the company intends to issue new shares and place 20% of shares on the stock exchange in London. But minority shareholders, including Viktor Vekselberg, Mikhail Prokhorov and Glencore, are threatening to block it.

Prokhorov is in no hurry to sell the stake in UC Rusal


The deal with Sual Partners if Viktor Vekselberg and Leonard Blavatnik may never happen. 

Blavatnik settled a €60 million dispute with Lars Vindhorstom


German businessman has agreed to pay the full amount demanded by the billionaire's company.

Media Learned About the Participation of Paul McCartney at the Abramovich's New Year's party


Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has arranged a new year party on one of the Antilles, where he invited Paul McCartney and the Killers to perform; among his guests Russian oligarchs were seen.

Mikhail Prokhorov will sell 12% of UC Rusal for $700 million


The package will be bought by the co-owner of the company, Sual Partners owned by Viktor Vekselberg and Leonard Blavatnik.

Vekselberg was involved in a conflict with Putin's oligarchs


Viktor Vekselberg's move with Rusal crossed the road of Timchenko and Rotenberg.

Rusal puzzled its creditors


The company asked to approve the payment of dividends.

One of the four suits of Leonid Lebedev to Viktor Vekselberg and Leonard Blavatnik rejected


The next hearing on the case on $2 billion will be held in early 2016.

Senator Lebedev accused Vekselberg and Blavatnik of fraud


Former shareholders of TNK-BP Leonard Blavatnik and Viktor Vekselberg believe that they settled accounts with the senator from Chuvashia Leonid Lebedev in 2003, when they agreed to transfer $600 million to him.

Chemistry lesson: how a native of the USSR cranked the best deal in the history of Wall Street


Leonard Blavatnik invested in LyondellBasell, which had survived a bankruptcy, more than $ 2 billion. How did the American billionaire with Soviet roots earn fantastic $ 8 billion on the deal?

$2 billion argument: what Senator Lebedev accuses Vekselberg and Blavatnik of


In his lawsuit, the MP argues that under the old arrangements he was entitled to get 7.5% from $28 billion received from AAR Consortium for the sale of shares in TNK-BP.