Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Here are just some photos of ordinary Russian very rich men.

Roman Abramovich goes out of “Garage”, the center of modern culture, 2009

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Oligarch Alexander Mamut on vacations in Courchevel, 2009.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Bankrupt developer Shalva Chigirinsky (he had the 65th place in the ranking of Forbes in 2009), first mayor deputy Vladimir Resin, and the only woman in the “Gold hundred” of Forbes – Baturina (the 27th in the latest Forbes) in Monaco, 2008.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

One of the owners of the holding “Metalloinvest” Vasily Anisimov at the show of designer Diane von Furstenberg, 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Yakobishvili boasts a cow at the presentation of “Cattle Parade”.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Owner of the company Bosco di Ciliegi Mikhail Kusnirovich and president of IMA group Andrew Gnatuk in Venice, 2005

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Chief editor of TV channel “Russia-2” Dmitry Mednikov and general director of “Gazprominvestholding” Alisher Usmanov, 2007.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Model Naomi Campbell, co-owner of Capital Group Vladislav Doronin and jeweler Favaz Gruozi at a charity dinner dedicated to the decade of Vogue magazine in Russia, 2008.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Wife of ex Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov, Elena Baturina in Monaco, 2008.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Former shareholder of “Inteko” Victor Baturin at the presentation of StarHit journal, 2007.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Chairman of Sberbank German Gref and his wife Jana at the birthday party of producer Boris Krasnov in the Forum Hall, 2009.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Co-owner of the insurance company “RESO-Garantia” Nikolai Sarkisov (the 74th in the latest ranking of Forbes) at the club Les Caves, Courchevel, 2006.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Owners of Crocus Group Aras Agalarov (the 56th in the latest ranking of Forbes) and his son Emin in their own restaurant Nobu, 2009.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Owner of “Basic Element” Oleg Deripaska (the 5th place in the latest ranking of Forbes) at the celebration of the 60th anniversary of film director Nikita Mikhalkov in the Forum Hall, 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Ex-member of the Federation Council of the Chechen Republic Umar Dzhabrailov in the GQ Bar, 2009.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Former leader the “Golden hundred” of Forbes Mikhail Prokhorov (the 2nd place in the the latest ranking of Forbes) at the concert of Russian group “Zvery” (animals), Courchevel, 2007.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Ex-owner of the network “Euroset”, and now resident of London, Evgeny Chichvarkin, 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Co-owner of “Alfa-Group” German Khan (the 12th place in the latest ranking of Forbes) at the opening of a restored synagogue in Moscow, 2004. (German is in the center).

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Chairman of the bank VTB Andrey Kostin at the ceremony, where he received the French order “For Merits” in the French Embassy in Moscow, 2007.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Leader of the “Golden hundred” of Forbes, chairman of NLMK, Vladimir Lisin at the ceremonial event in honor of the 110th anniversary of Russian shooting sport, 2007.

VIP guests.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Owner of Mirax Group Sergei Polonsky (the 96th in the ranking of Forbes in 2008) Courchevel, 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Owner of the investment group “Troika Dialog” Ruben Vardanyan (the 85thplace in the Forbes rating in 2008), 2007.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Co-owner of Alfa-Bank Petr Aven (the 25th place in the the latest ranking of Forbes) at the Russian Economic Forum in London, 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Group ESN owner Gregory Berezkin (the 93rd place in Forbes) and owner of “Interros” Vladimir Potanin (the 7th place), Courchevel, 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Boris Berezovsky (the 29 th place in the Forbes ranking in 2009) at the Russian Economic Forum in London, 2003.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Owner of the group “Renova” Viktor Vekselberg (the 16th place in Forbes) at a ceremonial dinner at the Moscow International Film Festival, 2009.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Former owner of the Cherkizovsky market Telman Ismailov (the 61st place in the Forbes rating in 2009) with his sons, 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Owner of the finance сorporation “Uralsib” Nikolai Tsvetkov (the 26th place in the latest Forbes), 2005.

Some Shots of Oligarchs Life

Former head of the Russian presidential administration and now chairman of the board of “Yandex” Alexander Voloshin at the festival “Russian Winter” in Moscow, 2006.

23 thoughts on “Some Shots of Oligarchs Life”

  1. this is what happens when a people is told again and again how evil capitalists are. when they are finally allowed to be capitalists they are the most evil and cut-throat they can be.
    the russians have taken their archetype of a capitalist off of a soviet propaganda poster and made it real. now that cartoon runs their country.

  2. Capitalism is just a temporary phase in history. It will probably destroy humanity with it’s amorality and injustice but the World will go on without us.

  3. Once again western european and american capitalism has won.ordinary citizens in these countries lived a descent life till 1990s.And yes,russians as usual blame jews when their rulers treat them bad.when their own czars and communists killed millions, were jews responsible?No.Russians are ruthless and cruel to their own countrymen.

      • It was you who linked Putin to the revolution, not me… And if Putin could get rid of the oligarchs, then why is he making life so easy for them? Because he’s not planing on getting at them, even of he could: he’s their best friend and is in fact one of them. By the way, why should someone be a russphobe just because he does’nt like Putins friendly behvaiour towards oligarchs – is Russia nothing more to you than Putin?

  4. Most of these corrupt traitors are infact Jewish or of Jewish origin. It is true that anti-jewish sentiment in Russia is strong and only keeps growing. And with good reason.

    O da, Pytor. Zakroĭte vash grebanyĭ rot, ili ya sdelayu Vas.

  5. I can tell by the beaks,the girth, and the sinister arrogance.When they make others their victims they feel justified when they are the victims they scream to the high heavens.

  6. Very similar to what happens here in Brazil. The only difference is that money here comes from higher and higher taxes to politicians hands, through corruption.

  7. I think [ayaa] is a genuine Russian and speaks from the heart.I hope whoever [ayaa] is that they continue to comment because I sense the honesty in these comments.

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