Corrupt politicians and powerful businessmen have driven billions out of Russia for decades – and the outside world is now imposing sanctions on many of them after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
We wanted to know where the money went. SVT News and quota review, launched in conjunction with about 25 other media outlets A study Property owned by key figures close to Vladimir Putin.
These are assets, boats, shares of private airlines and companies – known and unknown assets through documents and other credible sources.
The focus of this first release is a list of 35 people. They have been singled out by imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his Anti-Corruption Foundation as “supporters and beneficiaries of the Kremlin’s kleptocracy.”
One of the nominees was Oleg Deribaska. He is commonly referred to as Putin’s “favorite businessman” and has been influential in many countries, including Sweden, through his companies.
SVT has examined Deribaska’s ownership of the aluminum smelter in several publications. Kubal in Sandswall And his ownership of companies that have received billions in billions from Swedish authorities Major infrastructure projects.
Oleg Deripaska is on the UK, US and Australian sanctions list – but not in the EU.
The new survey reveals three unique properties in Sardinia, Italy, worth over $ 400 million owned by Deribaska by several mailbox companies.
Roman Abramovich, one of the most famous oligarchs, became rich in oil and metal. He became a well-known name in the West when he became the owner of the British football team Chelsea in the 00s.
Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Abramovich has been subject to sanctions by both the European Union and the United Kingdom.
The survey reveals more than 80 assets. Among other things, the hitherto unknown “HF Foundation” in Cyprus, where confidential documents show the value of the trust in 2016 was $ 893 million. Abramovich is also the owner of the luxury yacht Solaris, valued at about $ 600 million.
Alisher Usmanov has been described as Putin’s “favorite oligarchy.” He is a former Arsenal owner and has made a name for himself in the world of football with his connections with Everton. Usmanov was an early investor in Facebook and held large stakes in Apple, Twitter and LinkedIn.
He has been banned by the European Union and the United States and the United Kingdom.
Usmanov officially owns two hitherto unknown mansions outside London through his nephew, the buyer.
SVT News and allocation review will continue in the spring to map the assets of Russian oligarchs in Sweden. Do you have their shares, luxury apartments or any other references? Email: [email protected] Or [email protected]
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