Oleg Deripaska found himself in London without any problems.
The budget profit from the sale of 19.5% of Rosneft is exceeded by the tax benefits for the oil company by 700 billion rubles.
In addition to the proceeds from the sale of shares, they have already received 174 million euros of dividends and can receive more.
Negotiations with banks on refinancing a loan are threatened because of the anti-Russian sanctions.
Negotiations began to sell a stake in the Russian oil company.
The Government approved a loan of €5,2 billion by Intesa Sanpaolo for the consortium of Glencore and QIA.
The bank considers the Russian company a very reliable partner.
Intesa, which gave a loan for €5,2 billion to Glencore and Qatar QIA for the purchase of shares in Rosneft, wants to syndicate it, but may encounter difficulties. Foreign banks are not willing to participate until they know all the details of this transaction.
QIA is negotiating with Igor Yusufov to buy 49% of Yargeo.
Swiss trader Glencore and Qatar investment fund QIA set up three joint companies with registration in the UK as part of the transaction for the purchase of 19.5% of Rosneft shares, as it follows from the data of the British corporate registry.
Thus, the bank has provided half of the funding for the transaction.
The purchase of 19.5% of shares of Rosneft by Glencore and Qatar Investment Authority still raises many questions among economists. It is being prepared in strange secrecy, they say. And last week, like a bolt from the blue, it was announced that the stock of the oil company had been already sold to Glencore and the QIA.
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.