Oleg Deripaska

Oleg Vladimirovich Deripaska is founder and owner of one of the largest Russian industrial groups Basic Element company, President of En+ Group and United Company RUSAL, the largest aluminium company in the world. As of 2016, Deripaska is estimated to have a net worth of US$3.2 billion.

In 2004, Deripaska was appointed by the President of Russia to represent the country in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Business Advisory Council (ABAC). He has been Chairman of ABAC Russia since 2007. Deripaska is the vice president of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, chairman of the executive board of the Russian national committee of the International Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Competitiveness and Entrepreneurship Council, an agency of the Russian government.

Deripaska is one of the 16 global business leaders who drafted CEO Climate Policy Recommendations to G8 Leaders, a document outlining the international business community's proposals to tackle global warming. The proposals were signed by more than 100 of the world's leading corporations and handed to the Prime Minister of Japan, Yasuo Fukuda on 20 June 2008.

Deripaska's group built several Olympic facilities for Sochi-2014 Winter Games including Coastal Olympic Village, Imeretisnkiy sea port, Doubler of Kurortny Avenue in Sochi, renovation of the Sochi International Airport. Total investments account for over $1.4 bln.

Deripaska postponed the launch of the Russian roulette


UC Rusal will make a decision about this until the end of April.

Oleg Deripaska took a timeout until May to seek money


Rusal is in no hurry to buy out shares of Norilsk Nickel from Roman Abramovich.

Which stadiums will not have time to build for the World Cup in Russia


Expenses for the construction of stadiums amounted to 390 billion rubles, which is 55 billion rubles more than the estimate for 2015. In this case, some stadiums risk being unfinished.

UC Rusal will deal with crypto-currencies


Aluminum holding will create a data processing center in the territory of the Nadvoitsky plant.

Oleg Deripaska will sit either in a Russian or an American prison


After the collapse of the marriage with Polina Yumasheva, the dead Yeltsin ceased to protect the shareholder En + Group from the Russian siloviki and the US prosecutor.

Deripaska owns a detached house in the center of Washington


President of UС Rusal and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Basic Element Oleg Deripaska bought a house for $ 15 million more than 10 years ago in Washington, states The Washington Post.

Deripaska went on the path of the nickel war


In December the term of the agreement between the shareholders of Norilsk Nickel expires, after which it is possible to expect a new corporate conflict between the shareholders of the company.

Russian state banks saved Oleg Deripaska from collapse on the London Stock Exchange


Sberbank and VTB bought out part of the shares of En + holding Oleg Deripaska during the IPO on the London Stock Exchange in early November.

Money investors Oleg Deripaska gave Andrei Kostin in debt


En + released UC Rusal from its pledge and significantly reduced the debt burden due to its IPO.

Panama is followed by Bermuda


A major leakage of documents from the offshore register company Appleby.

En+ estimated at 7 billion dollars


Oleg Deripaska found himself in London without any problems.

Oleg Deripaska is collecting Rusal


Glencore exchanges shares of the aluminum company for En+ securities.

Vekselberg and Prokhorov played an aluminum trick on Deripaska


The oligarchs sold a 3% stake in Rusal which could complicate the IPO of Deripaska's En+ in December.

Vekselberg and Prokhorov sold shares of UC Rusal for $315 million


The deal was conducted with a discount of 7.5% from the market price of these securities.

Oleg Deripaska is scared of the strong ruble


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 future shareholder of Rosneft is ready to buy shares of Oleg Deripaska's En+


Chinese trader CEFC can buy a 5% stake in En+ during the company's IPO. 

Novaport increases its presence in Siberia


The company belonging to Roman Trotsenko has bought the airport of Ulan-Ude.

Ukraine accused Oleg Deripaska of economic subversion


The SBU accused Rusal of destroying the Zaporizhzhya Aluminum Smelter.

Why Mikhail Prokhorov can no longer increase his fortune


The owner of Onexim Group will no longer be able to conduct business in Russia, and no one will be let the "genius businessman" earn in the West.

Polina Deripaska turns out to be a potential wife for Roman Abramovich


Boris Yeltsin's "granddaughter" can leave Oleg Deripaska for the now-single Roman Abramovich.

ONEKSIM says goodbye to Rusal


Mikhail Prokhorov may abandon the ranks of the company's shareholders by November.

Mikhail Prokhorov hands out aluminum


The businessman sold 7% of Rusal to Viktor Vekselberg.

Oleg Deripaska made money from water


For the first time, Eurosibenergo brought the businessman a dividend of almost 6 billion rubles.

Metalloinvest lost $200 million on Norilsk Nickel shares in favor of Alisher Usmanov


In 2011, the holding company bought out almost 5% of shares from Usmanov, Skoch and Anisimov, and then sold them cheaper.

What London will learn about Oleg Deripaska


On the eve of the London IPO, En + investors were reminded how the law had been violated in the redemption of shares of Irkutskenergo.

Associated Press asked the Washington court to dismiss Oleg Deripaska's lawsuit


The agency claims that it can confirm its correctness by the records of negotiations and data of bank accounts.

One's own power switch


The failure at the Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station left the plants of "Rusal" without power. 

The most expensive planes of Russian oligarchs


What the Russian oligarchs use to move their bodies around the world.