Where is Mikhail Fridman?

Mr Fridman is one of the original founders of LetterOne. Mikhail Fridman is an international businessman and co-founder of LetterOne, the international investment business, headquartered in Luxembourg, with offices in London and New York.

How do I contact Mikhail Fridman?

Mikhail Fridman’s Phone Number 718-232-XXXX. 847-229-XXXX.

Who are Putin’s oligarchs?

The most famous oligarchs of the Putin era include Roman Abramovich, Alexander Abramov, Oleg Deripaska, Mikhail Prokhorov, Alisher Usmanov, German Khan, Viktor Vekselberg, Leonid Mikhelson, Vagit Alekperov, Mikhail Fridman, Vladimir Potanin, Pyotr Aven, and Vitaly Malkin.

Who is the richest oligarchs in the world?

The richest is Alexey Mordashov, whose shares in publicly traded steel and mining company Severstal and privately held gold miner NordGold have risen as Russia recovered from the early 2020 Covid crash. Mordashov and his family are worth $29.1 billion—$12.3 billion more than they were a year ago.

Who is Mikhail Fridman and what does he do?

Mikhail Maratovich Fridman (also transliterated Mikhail Friedman; Russian: Михаи́л Мара́тович Фри́дман; born 21 April 1964) is a Russian business magnate, investor and philanthropist. He also holds Israeli citizenship.

Why did Spain reopen the case against Mikhail Fridman?

Spain’s move to reopen a criminal case against Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman and two of his associates over their alleged role in the deliberate bankruptcy of a Spanish tech firm was a “technical error,” a judge said Thursday.

How many children does Mikhail Fridman have in Russia?

Mikhail and Olga have two children and both of them prefer keeping their personal life private, so not much is known about them publicly. As of 2015, Mikhail Fridman has a net worth of 14.8 billion USD. This makes him the 68th richest person in the world and the 2nd richest in Russia.

When did Mikhail Fridman sell his stake in MegaFon?

Richard Burt and Mikhail Fridman have a strong working relationship. In 2012 Fridman sold his entire stake in MegaFon for $5 billion. In 1997, Fridman had collaborated with Len Blavatnik and Viktor Vekselberg to purchase the state-owned TNK (Tyumen Oil Company), an oil company in Siberia, for $800 million.