Since 2012, the state of the oligarchs in Russia has grown by $ 29.5 billion.
Russian billionaires have grown rich by 22 billion dollars since the beginning of the year.
The Bank of Russia suddenly became concerned about the creation of a mechanism for the recovery of independent pension funds. Experts cynically suggest that there is no money there.
Vagit Alekperov believes that his son Yusuf will not be able to manage LUKOIL, and is still looking for a successor. Earlier, Alekperov said that Yusuf could be brought to the management of LUKOIL, if an internship was held.
Vagit Alekperov argues that the decision to sell Litasco is not connected with anti-Russian sanctions and the company considers the optimization of all foreign assets.
At the same time, the Russian government and the Central Bank will provide 1 trillion rubles to help the LUKOIL head's bank at the expense of Russian taxpayers.
The sale of Litasco may take place before the end of 2017; this will be the first step towards the sale of all foreign assets of the company. Lukoil is studying the possibilities of selling its Swiss oil trader Litasco due to sanctions that complicate the attraction of new funds.
The Central Bank of Russia will save the important private bank at the expense of the budget.
What Russian billionaires say about the fate of their capitals.
Rapidly gaining momentum, the financial holding Otkrytiye absorbs the leader of the insurance market, Rosgosstrakh.
List of most wealthy Russians for the second consecutive year is headed by the co-owner of "Novatek" and "Sibur" Leonid Michelson.
Lukoil reduced its oil production in Russia by 10%. Vagit Alekperov and Leonid Fedun withdraw their Russian assets to the US and plan to move overseas.
The Company may compete for blocks in the Mexican offshore.
Sale of assets and dividends earned them about $12.4 billion of revenues in 2016.
LUKOIL handed the diamond mining over to friendly investors.
Deals with the total amount of more than €2 billion are concluded at every yacht show in Monaco.
In anticipation of the new boat Galactica Super Nova, the principal owner of Lukoil Vagit Alekperov sold his old yacht Galactica at discount.
The banker's wealth does not exceed $200 million, and he is unlikely to return to the list of billionaires.
How the crisis in relations with Ankara hit Alekperov's business?
As Forbes found out, Vagit Alekperov and Leonid Fedun own an American company, which is engaged in deep-water oil exploration in the Third World countries.
127 billion rubles necessary for the reorganization shocked market participants and aroused suspicions of deputies against the owners and management of the bank.
According to Forbes reports, Leonid Fedun wants to sell his 9.77% of Lukoil. One of the potential buyers is state-owned Rosneft.
Vagit Alekperov was close to the purchase of a stake in the company of another Forbes list member, Alexander Japaridze (Eurasia Drilling Company). Why did $1 billion deal fail?