Oleg Deripaska intends to leave the post of president in En+ Group and Rusal in the near future. One of the reasons may be the inclusion of the businessman in the Kremlin list. Read
As soon as Konstantin Strukov, Deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Chelyabinsk Region, has vacated his seat, his gold mining empire attracted the attention of law enforcement structures. Some sources claim that taxmen have visited the holding office; others state that it was the MIA General Administration for Economic Security and Combating the Corruption... In any event, there is plenty of work there for both of them.
Roman Abramovich, the Evraz majority shareholder and a billionaire filed a petition for a residence permit in the canton of Valais as early as 2016, according to Swiss media. The businessman withdrew it later, but appealed with the same request once again in November 2017.
Reasons for Russian oligarch Suleyman Kerimov being arrested in France actually go several years back. They came out of the woodwork; the police noticed tax lawyer Stéphane Chiaverini’s activity; the man is well known in Nice. The local media would call him a “specialist in working out offshore schemes meant for one thing and one thing only – to avoid paying French taxes”. The police stumbled upon Kerimov when investigating one such scheme. The police is investigating other famous people, too. Who are the oligarch’s possible co-defendants?
Chechen businessman with $1.6-thousand salary claims to have lent $110 million to Ukrainian billionaire Grigorishin
The former Vice-President of the Chechen Wrestling Federation, Khasan Ediev, claims that he had lent Konstantin Grigorishin $230 million. However, the runaway oligarch himself contends that he is not even familiar with the Chechen businessman.
Da Vinci’s masterpiece purchased from billionaire Rybolovlev for record $450m to be exhibited in Abu Dhabi
The most expensive work of art in the auction history will be exhibited at the Louvre in Abu Dhabi. The name of person who bought the painting The Savior of the World by Leonardo Da Vinci from billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev is still unknown.
The empire of Telman Ismailov, once one of the most influential and rich Russian oligarchs, collapses like a house of cards. A series of criminal cases has followed the loss of his wealth – and now the entire clan Ismailov is to face the consequences. Furthermore, Turkish secret services suspect the owner of Cherkizon of complicity in the murder of thief-in-law Rovshan Lenkoransky.
|Corruptionists are afraid to be revealed|
|It does not matter, as interested persons will provide information on luxury houses of officials to journalists|
|This will not influence anything, as everyone already knows how the "servants of the people" live|
|It was the right decision on protection personal data|
|It is good decision not to inflame social strife in society|