Nevzlin Leonid


Yukos shareholders declare a hunt for foreign property of Russia


Former Yukos shareholders after winning the court of appeal in The Hague intend to seek the seizure of Russian property abroad, Forbes Leonid Nevzlin said. According to him, Russia's attempts to challenge the arrests will only lead to a drag on time.

Sechin spoke about the "desire" of Khodorkovsky and Nevzlin to take revenge


President of Rosneft Igor Sechin gave an interview to the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel. Calling it perhaps the second most influential, after Vladimir Putin, man in Russia, the newspaper notes, "Sechin's opponents consider him Darth Vader, his fans — the king of the energy sector."

Two cases of Yukos: why the defeat of Russia in the ECHR is more dangerous than the defeat in the Hague


The decision to pay €1,86 billion awarded by the ECHR to former Yukos shareholders may have much more serious implications than a verdict on $50 billion by the Hague Tribunal. Both for the Russian budget and its judicial system.

Why Russia lost $50 billion to Yukos former owners


Arbitration in the Hague ruled to collect $50 billion from Russia in favor of the former shareholders of Yukos. The fiasco was planned. Russia didn't even lift a finger to win this battle.

Yukos owners have been recognized as victims


The Hague court sentenced Russia to $ 50 billion payment.