Roman Trotsenko

Roman Viktorovich Trotsenko (born 12 September 1970 in Moscow) is the advisor to the president of state-owned company Rosneft. Forbes estimated his personal wealth at $750 million (2016).

Roman Trotsenko owns the Aeon Corporation, which controls 13 airports in Russia, the Moscow River Steamship Line, shipbuilding companies and several ports. In 2013, Aeon Corporation bought Moscow's Federation Tower from companies owned by former billionaire Sergey Polonsky, who was accused of fraud. In December 2015, Trotsenko offered to pay bail of $286,000 for Polonsky's release, but the court extended his arrest. Trotsenko got his start as the financial director of a medical exchange at age 21. He claims he made his first million rubles the following year by trading in cigarettes.

Roman Trotsenko will be engaged in gold


He bought the share of Kenes Rakishev in Petropavlovsk.

Novaport increases its presence in Siberia


The company belonging to Roman Trotsenko has bought the airport of Ulan-Ude.

The richest people of Russia in the Forbes global ranking 2017


List of most wealthy Russians for the second consecutive year is headed by the co-owner of "Novatek" and "Sibur" Leonid Michelson.

Novaport and Airports of Regions are fighting for the Belgrade airport


The problem is that both Russian applicants do not comply with the requirements of the tender.

Roman Trotsenko's Novaport invested in Grabr


The holding has invested $0.5 million and plans to become a service provider to order goods abroad.

Igor Sechin gave Rosneft away to his friends and enemies of Russia


The head of Rosneft sold nearly 20% of the state company to Glencore, which is closely associated with the Kremlin-connected billionaire Gennady Timchenko, and to the Qatar Investment Authority, which collaborates with Igor Sechin's advisor, Roman Trotsenko.

Sechin sold Rosneft to foreign investors


Glencore and Qatar sovereign fund buy 19.5% stake in the company for 10.5 billion euros.

Igor Sechin carves up fat sum with Iskander Makhmudov


The head of Rosneft has started a project to launder billions of dollars in unnecessary construction of metallurgical plant in the Primorsky Territory.

Domodedovo between Kamenschik and Rosneft


How Sechin's "purse" Roman Trotsenko attacked the airport.

City of ambitions: who owns Moscow City


During the construction of the main business district of the capital, many towers changed the owner.

Moscow-area landlords divide the inheritance of Sergey Polonsky


The Central Bank revoked the license for banking operations from JSC "Joint-stock bank Pushkino" on September 30.