Evgeny Olkhovik did not have 50 million dollars to get into list of richest Russians
Forbes estimated the capital of the Renova top manager Evgeny Olkhovik in 300 million dollars. Even 10 years ago, he was in the top 50.
Forbes magazine estimated the capital of the Managing Director of the group of companies Renova Evgeny Olkhovik, who was arrested for two months on charges of bribery in the Republic of Komi. Before the line of 350 million dollars to get into the list of 200 richest businessmen of Russia the junior partner of Viktor Vekselberg did not hold 50 million dollars.
September 7th, 2016 the Syktyvkar court sent Evgene Olkhovik in custody for two months on charges of bribery of the leadership of the Republic of Komi in amount of 800 million rubles.
Evgene Olkhovik owns 5% of Renova. The main owner of the group of companies is Viktor Vekselberg. He owns 90% of the stake. Another 5% belongs to Vladimir Kremer, who, like Olkhovik, is the Managing Director of the group.
RBC noted that Olkhovik and Kremer fell into the Forbes list twice - in 2004 and 2005. In the ranking of Gold hundred-2004, which was headed by Mikhail Khodorkovsky (his fortune was estimated at 15.2 billion dollars), Kremer and Olkhovik were included in the top 50 and the capital of each was then evaluated in 840 million dollars. In 2015 (when the rating was headed by Roman Abramovich, whose fortune Forbes estimated at 14.7 billion dollars) Kremer and Olkhovik moved into the eighth top ten, the status of each of them then estimated at 390 million dollars. In the ranking of 2016 the owner of the group of companies Renova Viktor Vekselberg, ranked seventh. His fortune is estimated at 10.5 billion dollars. Viktor Vekselberg did not respond on searches that have passed in Renova companies and on the detention of his partners.
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