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AbramovichDer russische Milliardär ist jetzt israelischer Staatsbürger. Der ungewöhnliche Werdegang des Oligarchen. von Christina Michlits, Elisabeth. Roman Arkadjewitsch Abramowitsch ist ein russisch-israelischer Oligarch und war von bis Juli Gouverneur der russischen Region Tschukotka. Abramowitsch gilt als reichster Israeli und einer der vermögendsten Männer der Welt. Roman Abramovich hat ein Kaufangebot für den FC Chelsea abgelehnt - der russische Oligarch fordert nicht weniger als 3,5 Milliarden Euro.
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Abramovich und вIch ist nicht Gehirnв. - Listen bedeutender MenschenSie besteht aus der Speziellen Re Berlin, Klavierwerkstatt in den Uferhallen "Die letzten 10" - Sonaten von Haydn, Beethoven und Schubert. Premier League. Bis hatte er geschätzte Mio.
Euro in den Club investiert, hauptsächlich für Ablösesummen und Gehälter. Laut Medienberichten beauftragte er die Bank Raine Group in New York damit, ihn in Vorbereitung auf einen vollständigen oder teilweisen Verkauf von FC Chelsea zu beraten.
Er lehnte Angebote über 2,3 Milliarden Dollar ab. Zudem verfügt er durch seinen Minderheitsanteil an Sibneft über geringe Anteile am russischen Club ZSKA Moskau.
Abramowitschs damalige Freundin Darja Schukowa eröffnete im September in Moskau das Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
Abramowitsch war von bis zur Scheidung mit seiner Ehefrau Olga verheiratet, die ein Kind mit in die Ehe brachte. Von bis März war er mit seiner Ehefrau Irina, einer ehemaligen Aeroflot - Stewardess verheiratet, mit der er fünf Kinder hat.
Mit seiner ehemaligen Lebensgefährtin Darja Schukowa hat er zwei Kinder. Das erste wurde am 4. Dezember in Los Angeles geboren, das zweite am April in New York.
August gab das Paar seine Trennung bekannt. Die Figur Uri Omovich des Guy-Ritchie -Films Rock N Rolla ist ihm nachempfunden.
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Retrieved December 23, The MIT Press. Having lost both parents before the age of 4,  Abramovich was raised by relatives and spent much of his youth in the Komi Republic in northern Russia.
Abramovich is the Chairman of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia , a trustee of the Moscow Jewish Museum  and donates money to the Chabad movement.
Abramovich has been married and divorced three times. In December , following a brief stint in the Soviet Army , he married Olga Yurevna Lysova;  they divorced in In October , he married a former Russian Aeroflot stewardess , Irina Malandina.
The Abramoviches replied that neither had consulted attorneys at that point. Abramovich started his multibillion-dollar business during his army service.
Abramovich attended the Gubkin Institute of Oil and Gas in Moscow where he sold retreaded car tires as a side business ,  then traded commodities for Runicom, a Swiss trading company.
In , as perestroika opened up opportunities for privatization in the Soviet Union, Abramovich got a chance to legitimise his old business.
Within a few years his wealth spread from oil conglomerates to pig farms. Thus the main stages of Abramovich's financial career were January to May , as chairman of the Comfort Co-op manufacturer of plastic toys , and May to May , as director of the ABK small enterprise in Moscow.
From to , Abramovich founded five companies, including Mekong, that conducted resale, produced consumer goods, and acted as intermediaries, eventually specializing in the trading of oil products.
He began selling oil from Noyabrsk. In he was arrested and sent to prison in a case of theft of government property: AVEKS-Komi sent a train containing 55 cisterns of diesel fuel, worth 3.
Abramovich co-operated with the investigation, and the case was closed after the oil production factory was compensated by the diesel's buyer, the Latvian-US company, Chikora International.
In May , jointly with Boris Berezovsky , he set up the P. Trust closed joint-stock company. In and , he established another 10 firms: Mekong close joint-stock company, Centurion-M close joint-stock company, Agrofert limited liability company, Multitrans close joint-stock company, Oilimpex close joint-stock company, Sibreal close joint-stock company, Forneft close joint-stock company, Servet close joint-stock company, Branco close joint-stock company, Vector-A limited liability company, which, again together with Berezovsky, he used to purchase the shares of the Sibneft public company.
The Guardian describes Abramovich's career as follows: . By , at the age of 30, Abramovich had become so rich and politically well-connected that he had become close to President Boris Yeltsin, and had moved into an apartment in the Kremlin at the invitation of the Yeltsin family.
The identikit image being pieced together for us was of a self-made man who was not only powerful and wealthy, but acutely aware of those who had done less well in the tumultuous s, when the Soviet Union fell.
According to two different sources, Abramovich first met Berezovsky either at a meeting with the Russian businessmen in the Caribbean in  or in the summer of on the yacht of his friend Pyotr Aven.
Berezovsky introduced Abramovich to "the family", the close circle around the then president, Boris Yeltsin, which included his daughter Tatyana Dyachenko and chief security adviser, Alexander Korzhakov.
Together with Berezovsky, Abramovich founded the Gibraltar -registered offshore company Runicom Ltd.
Abramovich headed the Moscow affiliate of the Swiss firm, Runicom S. In August , Sibneft was created by Boris Yeltsin's presidential decree.
It was rumored that Abramovich was the chief of the organization with Berezovsky promoting the business in higher circles.
In , Abramovich and Berezovsky acquired a controlling interest in the large oil company Sibneft. The Times claimed that he was assisted by Badri Patarkatsishvili in the acquisition of Sibneft.
After privatisation, the "aluminium wars" led to murders of smelting plant managers, metals traders and journalists as groups battled for control of the industry.
Abramovich was initially hesitant to enter into the aluminium business, claiming that "every three days someone was murdered in that business".
In , a transcript emerged of a taped conversation that took place between Abramovich and Berezovsky at Le Bourget airport in December Badri Patarkatsishvili , a close acquaintance of Berezovsky, was also present and secretly had the conversation recorded.
In response, Abramovich states in the transcript that they cannot legalise because the other party in the joint venture Rusal would need to do the same, in a supposed reference to his business partner Oleg Deripaska.
Besides Deripaska, references are made to several other players in the aluminium industry at the time that would have had to "legalise" their stake.
Abramovich's lawyers later claimed that "legalisation" meant structuring protection payments to Berezovsky to ensure they complied with Western antimoney-laundering regulations.
The Times also notes: . Mr Abramovich was also willing to pay off Mr Patarkatsishvili. Mr Abramovich denies that he helped himself to Mr Berezovsky's interests in Sibneft and aluminium or that he threatened a friend of the exile.
According to court-papers submitted by Abramovich,  Abramovich mentions in the court-papers:. Prior to the August decree [of Sibneft's creation], the defendant [Abramovich] informed Mr Berezovsky that he wished to acquire a controlling interest in Sibneft on its creation.
In return for the defendant [Abramovich] agreeing to provide Mr Berezovsky with funds he required in connection with the cash flow of [his TV company] ORT, Mr Berezovsky agreed he would use his personal and political influence to support the project and assist in the passage of the necessary legislative steps leading to the creation of Sibneft.
Mr Patarkatsishvili did Abramovich has invested in other startups in various fields. Among them is BrainQ, an Israeli startup which develops artificial intelligence-powered technologies to treat neurological disorders, such as stroke, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury.
By , at the age of 30, Abramovich had become close to President Boris Yeltsin, and had moved into an apartment inside the Kremlin at the invitation of the Yeltsin family.
In , the year-old Abramovich was elected governor of the Russian province of Chukotka. He ran for a second term as governor in The Kremlin press service reported that Abramovich's name had been sent for approval as governor for another term to Chukotka's local parliament, which confirmed his appointment on 21 October Abramovich was the first person to originally recommend to Yeltsin that Vladimir Putin be his successor as the Russian president.
In , Putin consulted in meetings with Abramovich on the question of who should be his successor as president; Medvedev was personally recommended by Abramovich.
Chris Hutchins, a biographer of Putin, describes the relationship between the Russian president and Abramovich as like that between a father and a favorite son.
Abramovich says that the reason is 'he is more senior than me'. In September , the High Court judge Elizabeth Gloster said that Abramovich's influence on Putin was limited: "There was no evidential basis supporting the contention that Mr Abramovich was in a position to manipulate, or otherwise influence, President Putin, or officers in his administration, to exercise their powers in such a way as to enable Mr Abramovich to achieve his own commercial goals.
Abramovich is one of many Russian "oligarchs" named in the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act , CAATSA, signed into law by President Donald Trump in In , Abramovich was elected to the State Duma as the representative for the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug , an impoverished region in the Russian Far East.
He started the charity Pole of Hope to help the people of Chukotka, especially children, and in December , was elected governor of Chukotka, replacing Alexander Nazarov.
Abramovich was the governor of Chukotka from to In , Abramovich was named Person of the Year by Expert , a Russian business magazine.
He shared this title with Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Abramovich was awarded the Order of Honour for his "huge contribution to the economic development of the autonomous district [of Chukotka]", by a decree signed by the President of Russia.
In early July , it was announced that President Dmitri Medvedev had accepted Abramovich's request to resign as governor of Chukotka, although his various charitable activities in the region would continue.
Berezovsky alleged in that Abramovich harassed him with "threats and intimidation" to cheat him to sell his valuable shares of Sibneft at less than their true worth.
On 31 August , the High Court dismissed the lawsuit. The High Court judge stated that because of the nature of the evidence, the case hinged on whether to believe Berezovsky or Abramovich's evidence.
The judge found Berezovsky to be "an unimpressive, and inherently unreliable witness, who regarded truth as a transitory, flexible concept, which could be moulded to suit his current purposes", whereas Abramovich was seen as "a truthful, and on the whole, reliable witness".
In , The Times reported that court papers showed Abramovich admitting that he paid billions of dollars for political favours and protection fees to obtain a big share of Russia's oil and aluminium assets.
Yugraneft, an affiliate of Sibir Energy , is seeking billions of dollars in damages in a lawsuit in London against Abramovich and his investment company Millhouse Capital, alleging that he was cheated out of its Russian assets.
Abramovich's spokesman indicated that the loan had previously been repaid. Russia's antitrust body, the Federal Antimonopoly Service , claimed that Evraz Holding, owned in part by Abramovich, had breached Russian competition law by offering unfavorable terms for contractors and discriminating against domestic consumers for coking coal , a key material used in steel production.
According to Putin, Abramovich has been cheated by Ukrainian-Cypriot-Israeli oligarch Igor Kolomoyskyi. Putin claimed in that Kolomoyskyi had reneged on a contract with Abramovich, saying that the pair signed a multibillion-dollar deal on which Kolomoyskyi never delivered.
In June , Abramovich became the owner of the companies that control Chelsea Football Club in West London. The previous owner of the club was Ken Bates, who went on to buy Leeds United.
Chelsea immediately embarked on an ambitious programme of commercial development, with the aim of making it a worldwide brand on a par with footballing dynasties such as Manchester United and Real Madrid , and also announced plans to build a new state-of-the-art training complex in Cobham, Surrey.
Since the takeover, the club has won 16 major trophies — the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League twice, the Premier League five times, the FA Cup five times with providing the club's first ever league and FA Cup double , and the League Cup three times, making Chelsea the second most successful English trophy winning team in the decade with 16 honours, behind only Manchester United with 17 honours in the same time span.
His tenure has also been marked by rapid turnover in managers, who can be fired if they do not bring immediate success and maintain it.
Chelsea finished their first season after the takeover in second place in the Premier League , up from fourth the previous year.
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