lunes, 28 de noviembre de 2011

History of Mikhail Fridman

Mikhail Fridman, was born on April 21, 1964 in Lvov, in Ukraine's western border. He began working in whatever while attending the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys, including washing windows and reselling tickets to the theater in Moscow - and other things that are illegal under Soviet rule. When the then Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev passed a series of economic reforms to ease bans on private business, Fridman and his colleagues began a cooperative, organized the courier delivery of goods and a hodgepodge of other services. In 1988, Fridman created their own cooperative, Alfa Foto and then ALFA / EKO, a trading company of raw materials, which gave him the capital to establish AlfaBank today one of the largest banks in Russia. He hired a Russian minister of foreign trade to lead the bank. After a series of debt securities and profitable deals, Fridman's wealth grew exponentially, positioned to acquire significant stakes in Russian oil. Today, is a major shareholder and chairman of the newly formed Russian oil company TNK-BP, the third largest oil producer in Russia.

It is now more focused on telecommunications. Her group has companies Altimo in Ukraine, Turkey, Russia and Uzbekistan. In 2007 Fridman was declared the winner in a multimillion-dollar legal battle over the actions of the third largest mobile phone in Russia Megafon.

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario

Entradas populares