Roman Abramovich Net Worth 2020, Bio, Wiki, Height, Weight, and Awards.
Roman Abramovich Net Worth – Roman Abramovich is a Russian businessman, investor, and politician, who happens to be one of the richest men in the world.
He is widely regarded as a self-made man, who came from a very humble childhood and created his own empire through his hard work and incredible self-confidence while conducting business deals.
Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich was born in 1966 on 24 October to Arkadiy Abramovich and Irina Vasilevna Abramovich.
Roman Abramovich started off his business career when he was still in the army. He has served the country for a few years in the Soviet Army.
From 1992 – 1995, he founded five companies which were conducted for resale, that produced consumer goods, etc.
Іn 1992, hе wаѕ аlѕо аrrеѕtеd fоr а саѕе оf gоvеrnmеnt рrореrtу thеft. Ноwеvеr, thе іnvеѕtіgаtіоn wаѕ rеореnеd, аnd Rоmаn wаѕ аblе tо соmе оut оf thе саѕе wіthоut аnу аllеgаtіоnѕ оn hіm.
Surprisingly he started off as a street trader and has also worked in small mechanical factories.
Roman Abramovich has also served as the Governor of Chukotka from 2000 till 2008.
He is the owner of a private investment company named Millhouse LLC, Evraz, and also holds a good amount of shares in a company called Norilsk Nickel.
His keen interest and love for football motivated Roman to invest in popular sports clubs like Premier League and Chelsea Football Club.
In 2015, he also made a $15 million investment in a Music Messenger startup, which was established by OD Kobo.
He has had his share of controversies in his career; he has been accused of bribery, theft, loan theft, etc. in his career; however, he always made a stronger comeback after these minor bumps in the road to his success.
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Roman Abramovich has been honored with one of Russia’s biggest honor Order of Honor and has also received an Order of Friendship Award.
Roman Abramovich is a Russian businessman who has a net worth of $12.7 billion.
Roman Abramovich accumulated his net worth through his many, many business ventures, beginning with selling stolen gasoline to commissioned officers in his Soviet Army Unit, and later, moving on to the smuggling of contraband.