Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich owns more yachts than previously reported.
Billionaire Roman Abramovich has ceased to be an investor in firms that supply Tesla electric cars in Russia.
Turkey has become the most popular haven for the yachts of Russian oligarchs. Billionaires are actively investing in local resort real estate.
The French authorities froze Roman Abramovich's villa on the Cote d'Azur and real estate on the Caribbean island of Saint Barth. Earlier, a Jersey court froze the billionaire's assets for $7 billion.
After the introduction of personal sanctions by the British authorities, billionaire Roman Abramovich was forced to look for a new location for life and business.
Abramovich sent two ships to Turkey, bypassing European Union waters to avoid their confiscation due to sanctions.
British sanctions hit the football club.
British authorities have expanded the sanctions list to include seven wealthy Russians linked, according to London, to the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin.
The middle son of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has British citizenship. According to lawyers, a son is an adequate option to transfer this or that asset to him.
Environmental activists have filed a lawsuit against Roman Abramovich's company for the construction of a parking lot on a site that used to be part of the Moskvoretsky park. They claim that the site was removed from the protected area illegally.
This year the famous Monaco Yacht Show, which traditionally attracts the world's luxury yachts to the port of Hercule (Monte Carlo), will not take place. The anniversary show has been postponed due to the pandemic.
The buyer is Vladislav Sviblova's Fortiana Holdings Limited.
Yandex and Sberbank will complete the partnership in joint projects. The IT company will get Yandex.Market, the bank - Yandex.Money. The new shareholders of Yandex will be the structure of VTB and Roman Abramovich.
A businessman bought the most expensive villa in Israel. The deal in the amount of $ 65 million took place in January, according to the newspaper Globes.
Russian billionaires are in no hurry to follow the example of the Potanin Foundation and Alfa Group, which have posted large sums to fight the coronavirus. It seems that only Renova is parting with millions of dollars to save citizens.
The income of a relative of the head of Rostec can reach 24 million rubles a month.
Annually, at the brokers' margins, customers using charter business jets lose up to $ 1.2 billion.
They accuse the company of working exclusively in the interests of the controlling shareholder, Evraz.
The company of Vladimir Lisin filed a request for participation in the auction for the sale of a controlling stake in Transcontainer. At the end of August, the FAS allowed Roman Abramovich’s structure to participate with partners.
It seems that the Kazakh authorities are putting sticks in the wheels of any Roman Abramovich projects with which he is trying to enter the country.
The daughters of Roman Abramovich, the wife of Boris Rotenberg, Elena Baturina, Oleg Deripaska and other participants in the Forbes rating and their loved ones, keen on equestrian sports and horse breeding.
Their cumulative fortune The Sunday Times newspaper is estimated at 33.5 billion pounds.
Where the Russian billionaires flew on the May holidays.
According to Forbes, there are some new faces in the new list of the richest Russians, and the most interesting story is that of the former top manager Roman Abramovich, head of Sibneft and co-owner of Unimilk, Andrey Bloch, who has returned to him.
"Forest case" about fraud, the detention of Ishayev, the interests of China and other elements of the Khabarovsk wood business.
Little-known pages of the biography of Roman Abramovich.
VTB fully bought out the share of a businessman in a television company.
Close relatives of Alexey Gromov are engaged in joint projects with businessmen Oleg Deripaska and Arkady Abramovich.