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.
Evgeny Olkhovik and Vladimir Kremer agreed to exchange their assets for shares in Vekselberg's European business, which fell under sanctions.
From the site of the Central Bank, references to the shares of Viktor Vekselberg in Metkombank and the bank of the IFC have disappeared. This is unlikely to save them from the risks associated with finding a businessman under sanctions.