Glencore exchanges shares of the aluminum company for En+ securities.
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.
Strengthening of the ruble by 7%, the risks of volatility in aluminum prices and changes in the electricity and capacity market: these are the objective risks for Deripaska's companies.
The SBU accused Rusal of destroying the Zaporizhzhya Aluminum Smelter.
After the sale of assets, most of the projects of the businessman are in the United States.
The businessman sold 7% of Rusal to Viktor Vekselberg.
In 2011, the holding company bought out almost 5% of shares from Usmanov, Skoch and Anisimov, and then sold them cheaper.
The agency claims that it can confirm its correctness by the records of negotiations and data of bank accounts.
The failure at the Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station left the plants of "Rusal" without power.
The oligarch called this information false.
In exchange, the head of Rusal asked for immunity from future criminal investigations. The American party did not agree to the conditions of the oligarch.
The reason is the publication about cooperation with the ex-head of the election headquarters of Trump, Manafort.
Sale of assets and dividends earned them about $12.4 billion of revenues in 2016.
Discount to the closing price on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange amounted to 9%.
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The company asked to approve the payment of dividends.
Billionaire Viktor Vekselberg offered $1 billion to Mikhail Prokhorov for 17% of the shares of "Rusal". Experts suspect that the "buyer" wants to squeeze out another owner of "Rusal", Oleg Deripaska.
The combined wealth of 200 richest businessmen of Russia decreased by $73 billion, while the number of billionaires fell to 88 from 111.
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The businessman can leave his CEO office.
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