The Novaport Holding of Roman Trotsenko, the former advisor to the head of Rosneft, has applied for participation in the privatization of Belgrade airport. Trotsenko is number two Russian contender for this asset after Viktor Vekselberg.
The vessel was arrested at the suit of the German shipyard Nobiskrug, which assessed the amount of material claims to €15.3 million. The sailing yacht A is under the supervision of the Gibraltar Admiralty from February 18.
According to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index, the fortune of Russian businessman Vitaly Orlov, who owns the fishing holding Norebo, has reached the mark of $ 1 billion. Sanctions, said the agency, had a positive impact on Orlov’s business.
Russian businessmen from the Forbes list have got richer by 29 billion dollars since Donald Trump won the US presidential election. The publication links such dynamics to the strengthening of ruble and the rising cost of Russian shares.
At the time, economist Mikhail Gutseriev, the author of a series of scientific publications on financial issues, gave a piece of advice to ordinary Russians, how to survive in the crisis: "save and save again." Perhaps, most Russians save somehow wrong. But the oligarchs, as it seems, competed in 2016, who would do more for their children on the "saved" funds. Coincidentally, the year was rich in weddings of heirs of multimillion-dollar businessmen. And these events became a kind of competition among the financial elite – who has more... both imagination, and money. So with what did they surprise people and each other this year?
Roman Abramovich turned out to be a Russian resident. The Russian public was quite surprised by the oligarch paying taxes at his homeland. The news contrasted with those of end-October, when Alisher Usmanov, another Russian billionaire, turned out to have willingly refused the status.
|It is Putin’s purges of staff|
|The detention was lawful - he is a corrupt official|
|This is demonstration of the fight with corruption|
|It is struggle between power structures; he was got in wrong|