Deripaska Oleg



Deripaska Oleg Vladimirovich (born January 2, 1968, Dzerzhinsk, Gorky region, RSFSR, USSR) is a Russian businessman, billionaire, chairman of the supervisory board (in 2009-2012 he is the general director) and the only beneficial owner of the company Basic Element. President, Member of the Board of Directors of United Company Rusal, President of En + Group. Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Russian Aluminum Company (2000-2007), former President of the Siberian Aluminum Company (1997-2001), former Director General of the Sayanogorsk Aluminum Plant (1994-1997).

In 2008 he was named the richest Russian. In the same year, in the world ranking of billionaires by the version of Forbes magazine held 9th place (with a fortune of 28 billion US dollars). According to data for 2016, he held 41st place among Russia's billionaires and 854th place in the list of billionaires according to Forbes magazine (state for the summer of 2016 - $ 3.3 billion). In the Forbes rating, "200 richest businessmen of Russia" in 2017 took the 23rd place with a capital of 5.1 billion dollars.

On April 6, 2018, the US imposed sanctions against 24 Russians, including businessmen and high-ranking officials on the Kremlin list. In total, 38 legal entities and individuals were subject to restrictions. Among them was Oleg Deripaska. April 6, in just one day, Oleg Deripaska lost 957 million dollars (due to the fall of shares of his controlled company En +, Rusal, GAZ). At the end of April 2018, the US Treasury announced that it would lift sanctions against Rusal and other companies, if Oleg Deripaska left them as a shareholder before October 2018.

His wife is Polina Deripaska (Yumasheva). Business partner Deripaska Roman Abramovich introduced him to Valentin Yumashev. In 2001, Deripaska married the daughter of Yumashev Polina. Eighteen months after this marriage, Yumashev himself married Tatyana Dyachenko, daughter of Boris Yeltsin, which made Polina the offspring of Yeltsin, and Deripaska, a member of the Boris Yeltsin family. Polina Deripaska is chairman of the board of directors of the publishing company Forward Media Group. He brings up two children from Oleg Deripaska - Peter (born in 2001) and Mary (born in 2003). In the autumn of 2017, Russian media published information about the possible divorce of Oleg Deripaska with his wife.
 

ING Bank dedollarised Oleg Deripaska's loans

Business15.11.2018

The Dutch bank transferred the settlement of loans from Rusal from dollars to euros. Total Oleg Deripaska’s company owes the Dutch more than $ 2 billion.

Dmitry Medvedev promised to boycott the Davos forum

Governance14.11.2018

Officials and businessmen will ignore the forum if the organizers refuse to invite Deripaska, Vekselberg and Kostin.

The US Treasury gave Oleg Deripaska a fourth reprieve

Business11.11.2018

This was a tactical victory for the hired oligarchs in the US lobbyists. Until January 2019, Washington allowed to cooperate with the toxic Rusal.

Deripaska, Vekselberg and Kostin will not be able to participate in the Davos forum

Business07.11.2018

According to FT, according to FT, they demand not to invite fallen under sanctions of the Russians.

Royal court: why does VTB sue Oleg Deripaska in England

Business05.11.2018

The State Bank, being the largest creditor of the Russian billionaire, is in no hurry to seek justice in the homeland, and this has quite understandable reasons.

Rusal will change the registration on the Russian

Business05.11.2018

Rusal announced the re-registration from the island of Jersey to Russia. The company explained that this is the best solution for it.

GAZ Group is trying to get rid of US sanctions

Business22.10.2018

But for her, getting into the sanctions list, unlike other Deripaska company - UC Rusal is far from being so dramatic.

Sberbank is tired of selling its stake in Basel Aero

Business15.10.2018

For one and a half year, there were no people willing to buy a stake in Basel Aero.

Dudley's defense: why the head of BP stood up for Rosneft and Gazprom

Business11.10.2018

The head of BP, Bob Dudley, said that restrictions on Rosneft (at BP 19.75%), Gazprom and LUKOIL, similar to sanctions against UC Rusal Oleg Deripaska, will not be imposed. Otherwise, the power system of Europe is waiting for the collapse, he warned.

UC Rusal increased exports of aluminum

Business09.10.2018

Consumers buy metal in store for fear of the start of sanctions against the company.

Oleg Deripaska became homeless in the USA

Society08.10.2018

Oleg Deripaska’s assets, including his luxury real estate, have been frozen in the United States.

Washington gave Oleg Deripaska some more time

Business24.09.2018

The US Treasury extended the deadline for allowing US companies to work with the toxic Russian aluminum oligarch until November 12 of this year.

Oleg Deripaska throws the Moscow land overboard

Business20.09.2018

The company controlled by the oligarch Glavstroy will sell two major projects in the Russian capital. The likely buyer will be the PIK Group Sergei Gordeev.

Rusal plant in Armenia stops due to US sanctions

Business18.09.2018

The "Armenal" rolling mill went into idle mode: its products are not sold.

The British court prescribed the rules of the game for shareholders of Norilsk Nickel

Business17.09.2018

The London court forbade Vladimir Potanin to increase the package without Oleg Deripaska.

The USA did not fully cover the oxygen to Oleg Deripaska

Governance17.09.2018

The US Treasury has given permission to enter into new contracts with Rusal and the GAZ Group, but only to their old counterparts.

Roman Abramovich and Alexander Abramov sank Vladimir Potanin in the High Court of London

Business15.09.2018

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.

Rusal started the conservation of production at a number of plants

Business10.09.2018

UC Rusal may begin to reduce production of aluminum in September, which will affect the work of Siberian plants.

Oleg Deripaska will move to a non-existent island in Kaliningrad

Business10.09.2018

The oligarch structures are planning to leave the island of Jersey and Cyprus, however, the offshore island of October in Kaliningrad does not yet exist.

Rusal of Oleg Deripaska could lose the European market of primary aluminum

Business07.09.2018

The contracts of the Russian aluminum company for next year are in question.

Oleg Deripaska did not become an American spy

Society03.09.2018

The New York Times described how the Russian oligarch rejected the FBI proposal for cooperation.

Seeds of sanctions gave rise to sprouts

Business28.08.2018

Oleg Deripaska shares the agrarian business.

Race "Formula-1" rolled Oleg Deripaska

Business24.08.2018

UC Rusal ceased to sponsor the Sochi stage of the Formula 1 race: the company clearly does not have enough money.

Viktor Vekselberg made a good face with bad news

Business22.08.2018

Viktor Vekselberg did not have personal accounts in Cyprus, his representative said. Earlier, the US Treasury reported that the bank accounts of Vekselberg and Oleg Deripaska in Cyprus were frozen after US sanctions.

In "Rusal" for Oleg Deripaska is not the place

Business21.08.2018

The US Ministry of Finance requires a "final withdrawal" of a businessman from En + and "Rusal". The Russian oligarch is still stubborn.

Rusal will leave the British crown island of Jersey to Russia

Business19.08.2018

Aluminum giant Oleg Deripaska is going to re-register in Russia after his main shareholder En +.

Oleg Deripaska's partner Pavel Yezubov got rid of shares of Ingosstrakh

Business18.08.2018

Pavel Yezubov sold his stake in Ingosstrakh, sources say. Among the shareholders of Ingosstrakh is Oleg Deripaska (10%) and the structure of the Italian insurer Generali (38.45%), who was under the sanctions.

Vekselberg and Chubais save solar energy from US sanctions

Business17.08.2018

Beluna Investments Ltd, a member of Renova Group of companies Viktor Vekselberg, on August 15, reduced its stake in the power company Hevel from 51 to 46%.