From the site of the Central Bank, references to the shares of Viktor Vekselberg in Metkombank and the bank of the IFC have disappeared. This is unlikely to save them from the risks associated with finding a businessman under sanctions.
The businessman sold a 49% stake in the Brooklin Nets club to Canadian-Taiwanese businessman Joseph Tsai.
Material claims to the architect Hernandez-Getashvili were also brought by the company, for which the head of Onexim, Dmitry Razumov, can stand.
The tallest Russian oligarch (204 centimeters) withdraws to cash from all his projects. NBA club Brooklyn Nets is no exception: the share of Mikhail Prokhorov is smaller than the Alibaba Group founder's Joseph Tsai.
The oligarchs sold a 3% stake in Rusal which could complicate the IPO of Deripaska's En+ in December.
The deal was conducted with a discount of 7.5% from the market price of these securities.
The owner of Onexim Group will no longer be able to conduct business in Russia, and no one will be let the "genius businessman" earn in the West.
After the sale of assets, most of the projects of the businessman are in the United States.
Mikhail Prokhorov may abandon the ranks of the company's shareholders by November.
Perhaps now they will seek to sell the blocking stake in Norilsk Nickel.
The businessman sold 7% of Rusal to Viktor Vekselberg.
The money Mikhail Prokhorov received from the sale of assets, has not been invested in other projects so far, which means that most of his fortune is now in cash. Forbes estimated how much cash the Russian billionaire has accumulated.
After the change of the owner of the media holding, the parties settled the conflict.
Discount to the closing price on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange amounted to 9%.
The company asked to approve the payment of dividends.
This decision has been finally made after searches in Onexim.
RBC is left by the chief editor Yelizaveta Osetinskaya, the chief editor of the RBC newspaper Maxim Solyus, as well as the chief editor of the RBC news agency Roman Badanin, as reported the medie holding belonging to billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov in the afternoon of 13 May. Today is their last day of work at the holding, the report said.
Experts saw possible manipulations and violation of the rights of minority shareholders behind the repurchase of shares of Uralkali.