The demand of the company Oleg Deripaska and Viktor Vekselberg explained by US sanctions.
What does the Russian oligarch own in the US and what will it be for him because of the sanctions.
The reason was the US sanctions. To save his money, the oligarch has already met with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Forbes magazine published the 15th updated rating of Russia's 200 richest businessmen, whose overall condition is estimated at $ 485 billion.
Under the US sanctions, the oligarch received problems with loans for $ 800 million. He already complained to Dmitry Medvedev and hinted at the state's participation in solving this problem.
GV Gold decided not to buy "Gold of Kamchatka" after "Renova" and Viktor Vekselberg got on the US sanctions list.
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.
Oleg Deripaska's company due to US sanctions will not participate in the "Russian Roulette" with Vladimir Potanin for the shares of Norilsk Nickel. Now this will not correspond to the interests of shareholders, the board of directors of the aluminum company decided.
The collapse of the quotes of "Rusal" was the main event of the day, however, sanctions were hit not only by the state of Oleg Deripaska - today many members of the Forbes list have become poor.
The Swiss engineering company Sulzer will buy from the company Victor Vekselberg 5 million of its shares because of sanctions against the Russian businessman by the US Treasury.
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 US authorities questioned about at least two Russian oligarchs interfering in the American elections. According to Flightradar, in March, planes of Roman Abramovich, Viktor Vekselberg and Mikhail Prokhorov were boarding in New York.
Since 2012, the state of the oligarchs in Russia has grown by $ 29.5 billion.
"T plus" did not suit the proposed rate on its bonds for 10 billion rubles.
The oligarchs sold a 3% stake in Rusal which could complicate the IPO of Deripaska's En+ in December.
The deal was conducted with a discount of 7.5% from the market price of these securities.
The company belonging to Roman Trotsenko has bought the airport of Ulan-Ude.
Mikhail Prokhorov may abandon the ranks of the company's shareholders by November.
Perhaps now they will seek to sell the blocking stake in Norilsk Nickel.
The businessman sold 7% of Rusal to Viktor Vekselberg.
The co-founder of the company left its top management.
What the Russian oligarchs use to move their bodies around the world.
List of most wealthy Russians for the second consecutive year is headed by the co-owner of "Novatek" and "Sibur" Leonid Michelson.
Presumably, the profits in the period from 2003 to 2008 were siphoned off abroad.
The problem is that both Russian applicants do not comply with the requirements of the tender.
Renova Group will invest 25 billion rubles in the construction of greenhouses.
The senator is actively making over the business assets to his 21-year-old heir Said Kerimov.