The foundation of the son of the former president of Russian Railways, Andrei Yakunin, is leaving the business of French Kiss boutiques selling premium chocolate.
Transparency International has released a report on how the UK is used for money laundering and reputation, the document contains examples related to Russia.
AFK Sistema intends to sell the hotels after the World Cup in football. This will allow you to collect revenues from the tourist flow, and then get rid of assets.
The journey of a member of the global super-rich often traverses three main stages, as he (these are pretty much all men) moves from a position of power at home to a life of wealth and luxury abroad.
Why the former head of the Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin found himself in the hotspot with the British press?
Last year it became known that the eldest son of Vladimir Yakunin Andrew was a British citizen. Life.ru found out that useful citizenship was obtained by his younger brother, too, 37-year-old Viktor. Viktor Yakunin himself told Life that he had become an IT-investor and invested money in a game studio, and got a second passport for convenience.
The entities of Arkady Rotenberg's son Igor and friends of top-managers of Russian Railways now work for the state monopoly.
The family of ex-head of Russian Railways quickly gets rid of Russian assets
British The Sunday Times of London reported about a mansion, which is owned by the son of Vladimir Yakunin, the former head of Russian Railways. Representatives of Andrey Yakunin confirmed to RBC, that he owns this property
Over 12 years of Vladimir Yakunin's work in Russian Railways, his son Andrey has become a major employer: his VIY Management fund manages assets worth $400 million. RBC recalls which of VIYM projects can be linked to Russian Railways.
Sanctions against the fathers help the children.
Income declarations of state companies managers were not shocking: they have a usual ncome for the managers of this level. However, the declarations tell nothing about the benefits received by their relatives.
The foundation founded by the son of the president of Russian Railways, Vladimir Yakunin, bought a stake in the production of centrifugal cast pipes, which are used in metallurgy.