Oleg Deripaska, Leonid Mikhelson, Sergei Gordeev, Mikhail Gutseriev and other businessmen hire volunteers who go to war against Ukraine. At the same time, their companies, through which all this is done - Rusal, Novatek, PIK, Mospromstroy - happily avoid Western sanctions.
US authorities have arrested former high-ranking FBI official Charles McGonigal on charges of working for Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska, who is under US sanctions. The official involved in the investigations against Russian oligarchs established contacts with Deripaska's employee during his time in the FBI, and then began working directly on his behalf, trying to get the sanctions lifted.
GAZ will lose a partner in Volkswagen.
British authorities have expanded the sanctions list to include seven wealthy Russians linked, according to London, to the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin.
How Russian oligarchs are dispossessed.
Deripaska unsuccessfully tried to refute an article by the Finnish magazine Mega about the withdrawal of funds through charitable foundations.
UC Rusa announced "obvious problems" with control over the work of Norilsk Nickel. This is how the company responded to Potanin's words that the shareholder agreement with UC Rusal had turned into a "rudiment" and an instrument of pressure.
The main owner of Norilsk Nickel considers the current shareholder agreement with Rusal to be a "rudiment".
Oleg Deripaska's farewell to the GAZ group is coming to an end.
The US Treasury demanded that the GAZ group provide it with reports once a quarter, as well as remove Oleg Deripaska from making decisions. If these conditions are met, the group will be able to continue working with suppliers and contractors.
UC Rusal, founded by Oleg Deripaska, demanded that the board of directors of Norilsk Nickel and Vladimir Potanin change management due to accidents. Deripaska and Potanin sued for several years because of the shares of the enterprise.
The oligarch once again pushed the payment of huge dividends to Norilsk Nickel, which was opposed by another shareholder Vladimir Potanin.
A search of the British company Terra Services was carried out after the detention of a man who took out from her office 100,000 pounds in cash, Terra disputes searches and seizure of documents.
Ural and a number of other assets of the group were bought by Dmitry Strezhnev.
Oleg Deripaska, who has been suing VEB's ex-head Vladimir Chernukhin for several years in London, has lost an appeal in a lawsuit where $ 95 million was at stake.
According to media reports, the “thunderstorm of the oligarchs”, Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov received a salary in the “Basic Element” of the aluminum baron.
“Golden passports” for a month pretty dull: the shop where they sell their homeland for 2 million euros is hiding.
In addition to the owner of Rusal, former managers of Eurofinance Mosnarbank may also remain without passports.
How they live after a scandal and imprisonment in a Thai prison Nastya Rybka and Alex Leslie.
Transparency International has released a report on how the UK is used for money laundering and reputation, the document contains examples related to Russia.
The oligarch “defeated” the hated English media (The Telegraph, The Times and The Nation) in his favorite court of the Krasnodar Territory.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Konstantin Chuychenko made friends with Deripaska and is gradually increasing the weight of his government. He is even called among those who could in the future take the chair of the head of the cabinet.
Oleg Deripaska intends to continue protecting his investment in Montenegro and considers the decision of the court, which refused him multimillion compensation, to be erroneous, a representative of the billionaire said. The fact that Deripaska was defeated in the “hundreds of millions of euros” dispute was previously announced by the Montenegrin authorities.
The Montenegrin government has declared victory in a dispute with Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, who claimed the illegal expropriation of his investments in this country. Deripaska claimed compensation "for hundreds of millions of euros", but now he must reimburse the legal costs of Montenegro.
Sources Bloomberg and RBC reported on the plans of ex-wife Oleg Deripaska and her father, Valentin Yumashev, to sell shares of En +, which controls UC Rusal. In an interview with RBC, Polina Yumasheva said that “so far” she had not negotiated with anyone.
Why is Oleg Deripaska suing the three largest English-language publications?
One of the largest Russian NPF Socium, previously associated with Oleg Deripaska’s structures, was again at the center of the scandal.
Oleg Deripaska for the first time after getting into the US sanctions list spoke at an international forum. In Vladivostok, the billionaire said that the transformation of the Central Bank into a “mega-regulator” does not justify itself and kills competition and that he does not know a single entrepreneur who is satisfied with the Russian judicial system.