Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich was again reminded of the dark past.
The Supreme Court of Switzerland disclosed data on why the Russian oligarch did not receive a residence permit in this alpine country.
A blocking stake in TransContainer will be divided between VTB and a private investor.
The company will double the production of wheels.
The court sentenced the Russian oligarch to pay tax arrears of 1.2 million euros.
The unseemly side of the big Russian business is well known and often recorded in court documents around the world. This is an additional risk factor for participants in high-profile processes of the nineties and naught, especially when Russian citizenship is becoming increasingly toxic.
The police of the Alpine country considered that the Russian businessman is a threat to Switzerland's public security, the Swiss media found. Abramovich sought to prohibit the publication of this information in court.
The oligarch wants to get 3 billion pounds sterling for him. Experts say the evacuation of the capital of the Yeltsin Family from Great Britain.
The British court said why in a dispute between the shareholders of MMC Norilsk Nickel, he ruled in favor of Oleg Deripaska. An important factor was the strange refusal of Abramovich and Abramov to give testimony in favor of Potanin, whom they wanted to sell shares of MMC.
If the US decides to impose sanctions on all three co-owners of Evraz - Roman Abramovich, Alexander Abramov and Alexander Frolov, simply redistributing the shares of the metallurgical company will not help.
Evraz Roman Abramovich, Alexander Abramov, Alexander Frolov and Eugene Shvidler are thus preparing for US sanctions. According to other information, the largest Russian metallurgical company registered in Luxembourg may be replaced by beneficiaries.
Of the company that owns part of the offices of Rosgosstrakh, 26 billion rubles have been withdrawn, the bankruptcy trustee said.
Kazakhstan's KAZ Minerals company will buy out a "paper" Baim copper project in Kamchatka for $ 900 million. The cost of developing this field is more than 5.5 billion dollars.
According to The Times, the owner of the Chelsea football club bought a penthouse in one of the towers of the Chelsea Waterfront complex near the Stamford Bridge stadium.
Ex-Senator Alexander Verkhovsky bought Transfiguration of the trawling fleet (PBTF) from the family of the governor of the Sakhalin region Oleg Kozhemyako. As a result of the transaction, Verkhovsky became the second fishery operator in Russia in terms of quotas and sales, and relatives of Kozhemyako could keep the fish business no less profitable than PBTF.
The High Court of London declared null and void the sale of Norilsk Nickel's shares to the structures of Roman Abramovich to Vladimir Potanin's structures. The loss of Abramovich in the form of lost profits amounted to about $ 180 million.
The popularity of Western courts among Russian billionaires has not declined, despite attempts to make domestic legislation and the judicial system more attractive for resolving major disputes.
Following Roman Abramovich, a co-owner of the "Chocolate Girl" can have problems with a British visa.
Ziyavudin Magomedov's "Sum" group, who is in jail, is ready to abandon the creation of a national container operator, which the billionaire dreamed of since 2012. Fesco, which is controlled by it for a third, is looking for a buyer for a blocking stake in TransContainer.
Rothschild & Co will help Oleg Deripaska find buyers for his stake in En + Group. Previously, the Rothschilds represented the interests of Peter Poroshenko, who wanted to sell a confectionery factory in Russia, but without success. With whom else did the European banking house work?
In the fight for a blocking stake in the carrier, Vladimir Lisin and Roman Abramovich can clash.
The British authorities are conducting an investigation against 120-140 foreign nationals whose origin is suspicious. Most of them are from Russia.
From the company goes general director Peter Baskakov.
English football club Chelsea, owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, temporarily froze the project to build a new stadium in London.
"The situation with Roman Abramovich is much worse than it seems," says a realtor from Beauchamp Estates.
Those investors who, unlike Roman Abramovich did not receive an Israeli passport, but spend a lot of time in the UK, should be concerned.
According to Israeli media reports, Abramovich arrived in Israel in a private plane and has already received a local passport. After the refusal of the UK for a visa, there was nowhere to live for the Russian oligarch.
Russian businessman Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea football club, will have to explain the origin of his fortune - this is the condition for obtaining a new investment visa for Britain.