The company Said and Suleiman Kerimov will spend $ 300 million to buy back part of its debt: foreign investors fear US sanctions against its corporate debt.
Senator from Dagestan and billionaire Suleiman Kerimov today for the first time since November last year appeared at a meeting of the Federation Council. For several months he was under a written undertaking not to leave France, where he was suspected of evading taxes.
The French police removed all charges from Suleiman Kerimov - now he can return to Russia. However, this is unlikely to convince the United States to exclude a billionaire from the sanctions list.
Soon the billionaire will return the passport and the pledged deposit.
Charges of the Nice Public Prosecutor's Office against the Russian senator and businessman are found to be unfounded.
Artem Volynets appointed CEO of the gold-mining company Chaarat Gold.
In France, the court will hold a meeting on the specifics of the legal procedure in the case of Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov. He remains in France under a written undertaking not to leave the country and with a pledge of 40 million euros.
Previously, the Bonum fund, which is associated with Suleiman Kerimov, was called the most likely buyer of the bank "Vozrozhdenie", but what its role in the current deal is unclear.
Yesterday Vladimir Putin signed a law on counter-sentences. Forbes estimated how much the richest people of Russia who were under sanctions in April lost, while the Duma and the Kremlin came up with the US response.
VTB "renewed interest" in the purchase of Bank Vozrozhdenie, said the head of the state bank Andrei Kostin. The main bidder for the purchase is the Bonum Capital fund, associated with Senator Suleiman Kerimov.
According to doctors, the attack can happen again because of the stress experienced by the billionaire under investigation.
Suspected of tax evasion in France, Senator Suleiman Kerimov was hospitalized in Moscow because of "heart rhythm disturbances."
The Bonum Capital fund, which claims to purchase the bank "Vozrozhdenie", is associated with Suleiman Kerimov. But the crossings at Bonum were with Oleg Deripaska, it turned out in the American court.
The US imposed sanctions against seven Russian businessmen on the Forbes list. All assets of their assets in the US are frozen. Citizens of the United States are forbidden to enter into any business relations with them.
The new list includes 26 people and 15 companies. Among them are Oleg Deripaska, Viktor Vekselberg, Suleiman Kerimov, Alexey Miller and Andrei Kostin.
The owner of MosCityGroup owes BTA Bank $ 55 million for the tower "Eurasia" in Moscow City.
The list of richest people in Russia, according to Forbes magazine, was replaced by the leader. He became the owner of a controlling stake in the Novolipetsk Metallurgical Combine (NLMK) Vladimir Lisin. His state of the publication was estimated at 19.1 billion dollars.
The Moscow Basmanny Court arrested a large businessman, general director of the Industrial Union of Donbass (ISD) corporation, former owner of FC Kuban Oleg Mkrtchan.
In the so-called "Kremlin report", in particular, included Medvedev, Peskov, Sechin, Miller, Usmanov and Kerimov. At the same time neither Chubais nor Nabiullina are on the lists.
The owner of Eurochem Andrey Melnichenko may find it unnecessary for his Western "partners".
The oligarch's family company gets rid of unnecessary companions. How much did she pay the compensation?
The French authorities imprisoned the Swiss businessman Alexander Studhalter, recognized Nice-Matin. He, as the investigators believe, was the "front man of Suleiman Kerimov" when buying villas and laundering funds.
While Suleiman Kerimov is sitting under house arrest in France, his son is entering a new investment field in the UK.
As it became known to The Bell, Suleiman Kerimov, who is accused of tax fraud in France, before the IPO of instant messenger Snapchat invested in his actions. For investors, this company has become the main disappointment of the year.
According to Mr. Chaika, it is impossible to arrest Russian officials abroad.
Many wealthy gentlemen in Russia can still earn money, but they do not want to live any more. And they keep the suitcases with cash ready.
Russian oligarch Suleiman Kerimov created in France a system of laundering illegally imported capital to this country. This was stated on Monday by the prosecutor of Nice, Jean-Michel Prêtre (Jean-Michel Prêtre).
Thirteen Russian knights of the Order of the Legion of Honor spoke in support of Senator Suleiman Kerimov, who in France is accused of tax evasion and money laundering.