According to Forbes, Oleg Deripaska and the Sultan Karimov has lost $1.6 billion each
– One day the richest Russian businessmen from the list of Forbes magazine has lost more than $12 billion, follows from the data on the newspaper’s website on Monday evening.
Forbes notes that significant amounts – $1.6 billion, that is about a quarter of his fortune – lost Suleiman Kerimov.
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Also seriously injured Oleg Deripaska, under the sanction of USA came holding company En+, Rusal and US another six related to the businessman’s companies. Monday morning quotes manufacturer of aluminium on the Hong Kong stock exchange fell by more than 50%, and the state Deripaska declined by $1.6 billion (-29,7%).
In third place for financial losses was a partner of Deripaska in Norilsk Nickel Vladimir Potanin, who lost $1.4 billion or 9.1% of his fortune.
Replenish the sanctions list
On Friday, April 6, the U.S. Treasury announced that, after consultation with the state Department, the us administration imposed sanctions against seven Russian businessmen, 14 companies, 17 government officials of the Russian Federation.
The business in the “black list” was made the Chairman of the Board “Gazprom” Alexey Miller, businessmen Viktor Vekselberg, Igor Rotenberg, Oleg Deripaska, Suleiman Kerimov, Andrei Skoch and Vladislav Reznik, the head of Gazprombank Andrey Akimov and head of VTB Andrey Kostin. The sanctions imposed to the General Director “Surgutneftegaz” Vladimir Bogdanov, Board member of “SIBUR” Kirill Shamalov.
Also in the list made by the Secretary of the Russian security Council Nikolay Patrushev and the Director of Regardie Viktor Zolotov, Minister of internal Affairs Vladimir Kolokoltsev, the former head of the SVR and former Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation Alexander Torshin, head of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Konstantin Kosachev, the head of Roskomnadzor Alexander Zharov, a Russian presidential aide on personnel Affairs Yevgeny Shkolov, a former head of the justice Ministry and Prosecutor General Vladimir Ustinov, head of the Main Directorate for combating extremism of the MIA of Russia Timur Valiulin, Governor of Tula region Alexey Dyumin, the head of the presidential administration of the Russian Federation on socio-economic cooperation with CIS States, Abkhazia and South Ossetia Oleg Govorun, the President of FC Zenit Sergey Fursenko.
Among the sanctioned companies dominate the structure of Deripaska’s RUSAL, En+ group, GAZ group, Agroholding “Kuban” Basic Element Ltd, B-Finance Ltd, “the EuroSibEnergo”, “Russian machines”. In the “black list” also included Renova group Vekselberg, NPV Engineering and “Gazprom Burenie” Rothenberg, “Ladoga Management” Shamalova and the Bank of RFK (belongs to the “Rosoboronexport”, which too was under sanctions).
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