Roman Abramovich

Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich (born 24 October 1966) is a Russian billionaire businessman, investor, and politician.

Abramovich is the primary owner of the private investment company, Millhouse LLC. Abramovich is best known outside Russia as the owner of Chelsea Football Club, a Premier League football club. According to Forbes, Abramovich's net worth in 2016 was $8 billion, making him the 13th richest person in Russia, and the 680th richest person in the world.

By 1996, at the age of 30, Abramovich had become so rich and politically well-connected that he had become close to President Boris Yeltsin, and had moved into an apartment in the Kremlin at the invitation of the Yeltsin family. In 1999, and now a tycoon, Abramovich was elected governor of Russia's remote, far eastern province of Chukotka, and has since lavished £112 million (€132 million) on charity to rebuild the impoverished region. ​

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.

Evraz is laying rails in the US


The company can invest $ 500 million in capacity expansion.

The picture of Da Vinci belonging to Rybolovlev went for a record amount


During the auction at Christie's auction, Leonardo da Vinci's "Savior of the World" went up four times and was sold for 450.3 million dollars. The canvas belonged to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, he bought it for $ 127 million.

Russians in Paradise Papers


The list includes Shuvalov's wife, Abramovich, a classmate of Putin and two deputies.

Russian nouveau riches in the crosshairs of British legislation


What should expect the Russian billionaires in the context of the fight against money laundering in the UK.

What means Britain's fight against money-laundering for Russian billionaires


The British authorities have begun a new stage in the fight against the legalization of criminal incomes by foreigners. First of all, the so-called politically significant persons fall under suspicion.

Expensive Russian steel


Russian metallurgists have grown rich by more than $1 billion in half a day.

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.

Abramovich's Canadian plants are going to stage a strike


Workers of two Canadian plants of Evraz failed to reach agreement with the company's management on raising wages and plan a strike at the beginning of September. But the company will still make concessions, an expert believes.

Abramovich's fortune will increase by $125 million after Evraz pays its dividents


In total, members of the Russian Forbes list will receive dividends from one of the Russia's largest metallurgical and mining companies worth more than $300 million.

Roman Abramovich and Darya Zhukova decided to split up


Abramovich and Zhukova confirmed their divorce, but they will continue to develop joint projects and raise children.

Polymetal collects gold


The company can consolidate the Nezhdaninskoye gold field.

Russian oligarchs prefer to invest abroad


Big business in Russia absolutely lacks even a shade of patriotism. 

Roman Abramovich is suspected of participating in the FIFA scandal


Abramovich's football school is suspected of deliberately destroying evidence.

Evraz NCSP is growing on market opportunities


The new owners of the port increase the investment program, and the city of Nakhodka will be buried in the coal dust even deeper.

The most expensive planes of Russian oligarchs


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

The coal empire of Ruslan Kondratov poisoned the lives of Nakhodka citizens


The inhabitants of Nakhodka had to address Vladimir Putin to stop the insanity of coal carriers who did not want to take measures against the spread of coal dust around the city.

Canadian workers will teach the Russian oligarch about social truth


In Canada, a strike started at the enterprises of the Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich.

How Grigory Berezkin's business is organized and why he needs mass media


Media ownership is a way to get information faster and be in a trend, the businessman believes.

Which Russian oligarch's yacht is longer?


What yachts the Russian oligarchs have. 

Canadian workers turned out to be too tough for Russian oligarchs Abramovich and Abramov


Workers of the Canadian steel plant in the city of Regina were too tough for the Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich. On their side in the conflict with Evraz Corporation were trade unions, the greens and global oil interests.

Billionaire Shwidler could not moor in New York


The law of 1920 prevented the businessman from touching the land. 

When length matters


How Roman Abramovich, Alisher Usmanov and other Russian billionaires buy and sell luxury yachts.

The company that manages the assets of Igor Shuvalov, was co-owner of White Gardens office


Its market value now stands at no less than $600 million.

Roman Abramovich left tin in the soil


His company refused to develop Pyrkakaya field.

Media Learned About the Participation of Paul McCartney at the Abramovich's New Year's party


Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has arranged a new year party on one of the Antilles, where he invited Paul McCartney and the Killers to perform; among his guests Russian oligarchs were seen.

Andrey Vdovin gutted a couple of banks


Banker Vdovin is already celebrating another banking adventure abroad, whil his VIP clients are getting prepared for unpromising courts in Moscow.

Norilsk Nickel will open its doors to investors


Company will isolate its key assets, and is ready to attract partners to the rest of them.