This follows from the financial statements of three of his companies, in the amount of earned 2.04 billion rubles of net profit. At the same time Shelomov worked all year as a hired manager in one of the companies of Sovcomflot.
Mikhail Shelomov is the cousin's nephew of President Putin. He owns a 99.99-percent share in the company "Accept", follows from the Unified State Register of Legal Entities. In turn, the "Accept" belongs to the firm "Platinum" and "Sogaz-Real Estate". Companies are engaged in investments in securities and property management.
"Accept" and "Platinum" own 8.4% of the shares of the bank "Russia". In addition, "Accept" as of mid-2016 owned 12.47% stake in the insurance company "Sogaz". Sogaz-Nedvizhimost is the owner of a building in Cheboksary Lane in St. Petersburg, where the St. Petersburg branch of the Sogaz Group is located. Finally, Platinum owns a land plot and a villa in Sochi with an area of over 2 thousand square meters. meters.
These three companies received a total of 2.04 billion rubles in net profit for 2016. Thus, Shelomov's average income in proportion to his share of ownership amounted to more than 5.5 million rubles a day.
As the newspaper Novaya Gazeta previously wrote, in June 2016, Mikhail Shelomov worked as a chief specialist in the St. Petersburg office of Sovcomflot, and began his career in this company at the beginning of the two thousandth. As stressed by the publication, people in this position, on average, receive 40.5-42 thousand rubles a month. In a conversation with a "Nezavisimaya Gazeta" correspondent, Shelomov was unable to answer in detail the questions about his companies. And as Rain has been informed in Sovcomflot, Shelomov has not been working in this group for the last four months.
According to the Center for the Investigation of Corruption and Organized Crime (OCCRP), the total state of Shelomov is $ 573 million. However, as Roman O. Shleinov, regional editor of OCCRP, said on the air of the Rain, it is possible that Putin's relative plays the role of par and does not have the opportunity to actually dispose of his fortune.