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Roman Abramovich Biography, Daughter, Yacht, Houses, Business & Net Worth

Russian oligarch Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich, who was born on October 24, 1966, is also a businessman, politician, and philanthropist.

In addition to being the main owner of the private investment firm Millhouse LLC, he is best recognised outside of Russia as the former owner of Chelsea, a Premier League football team in London, England. From 2000 to 2008, he served as the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug’s governor.

Roman Abramovich

Roman Abramovich

Roman Abramovich Bio/Wiki

Birth NameRoman Abramovich
Nick NameRoman Arkadyevich Abramovich
Age55 Years (as in 2022)
ReligionRussian Jewish
Sun Sign/Zodiac SignScorpio
Birth PlaceSaratov, Russia
Date of Birth24 October 1966
NationalityRussia; Israel; Portugal
HobbiesWatching Football Matches

Family

Mother's NameIrina Vasilevna Abramovich
Father's NameArkadiy Abramovich
BrotherIlya
SisterArina,
Sofia,
Anna

Girlfriends/Affairs

Affairs/GirlfriendsDasha Zhukova,Olga Yurevna Lysova

Marital Status, Wife and Children

Wife/Spouse
Irina Abramovich

Irina Abramovich

ChildrenSofia Abramovich,Arkadiy Abramovich Ilya Abramovich,Leah Lou Abramovich,Arina Abramovich,Anna Abramovich,Aaron Alexander Abramovich

Education

SchoolUkhta School No. 2
College/UniversityGubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
ProfessionBusinessman, entrepreneur,

Height, Weight, and Figure Measurements

Height (Approx.)177 cm
Weight (Approx.)74 kg

Extra Ordinary Features

Race / EthnicityRussian
Hair ColorDark Brown
Eye ColorBlack
S*xual OrientationStraight

Favourite Things

Favourite FoodMeat
Favourite BookNA
Favourite ColorsRed
Favourite SportWrestling
ControversiesNone

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Early Life

Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich was born in Saratov, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union, on October 24, 1966. (present-day Saratov, Russia). His Jewish ancestors passed away when he was a small boy. Irina, his mother, was a music instructor who passed away when Abramovich was just a year old.

When he was three years old, his father, Aaron Abramovich Leibovich (1937–1969), who had served in the Komi ASSR’s economic council, went away. Vasily Mikhailenko and Faina Borisovna Grutman, who were both born in Ukraine, were Roman’s maternal grandparents.

When World War II first broke out, Roman’s maternal grandmother fled from Ukraine to Saratov. Irina was three years old at the time. Nachman Leibovich and Toybe (Tatyana) Stepanovna Abramovich, Roman’s grandparents, were Jewish Belarusians. After the revolution, which forced them to leave Belarus, they settled in Tauranga, Lithuania; the family name is spelt Abramaviius in Lithuanian.

Lithuania was conquered by the Soviet Union (USSR) in 1940. The Soviets “removed the anti-Soviet, criminal, and socially harmful element” just before the Nazi German invasion of the USSR by sending entire families to Siberia. When they were deported, Abramovich’s grandparents were split up.

Leib, Abram, and Aron (Arkady), the father, mother, and kids, were in separate vehicles. In the camps, many deportees perished. His granddad was one among them. Nachman Leibovich died in the NKVD camp in the Krasnoyarsk Territory community of Resheti in 1942.

Abramovich was raised by relatives and spent a large portion of his youth in the northern Russian Komi Republic after losing both of his parents before the age of four. Abramovich is also a trustee for the Moscow Jewish Museum and the chairman of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia.

Abramovich made the decision to create a forest of about 25,000 new and restored trees in honour of Lithuania’s Jews who perished in the Holocaust. He also decided to create a virtual memorial and tribute to Lithuanian Jewry (Seed a Memory) that would allow people from all over the world to remember the lives of their ancestors by naming a tree and adding their names to the memorial.

Roman Abramovich Education

Roman Arkadievich Abramovich attended the Moscow State Law Academy, Moscow State Auto Transport Institute, Ukhta School No. 2, School No. 232, and Industrial Institute in Ukhta.

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Roman Abramovich Personal Life

Roman Abramovich has an opulent lifestyle. He wed Olga Lysova after a three-year relationship that ended in divorce in 1990. After dating Irina Malandina for a year, the two got married in 1991. They have five kids together: Anna, Arina, Arkadiy, Ilya, and Sofia Abramovich.

But their union did not last, and they got divorced in 2007. Before getting married to Dasha Zhukova in 2008 and starting a family with her, he dated her for a while. They appear to be leading quite opulent and happy lives.

Roman Abramovich With His Wife

Roman Abramovich With His Wife

Professional Career

Roman ended up being fortunate in the sense that, in the late 1980s, when Roman was just getting started, Russia was beginning to open up to significant commercial and tax reforms.

He established a plastic toy manufacturing business with the money he had so far saved, and he began selling toys from his modest apartment at a small profit. Regardless of how little the profit ended up being, it demonstrated Roman’s outstanding business talents, and after continuing to do it for a few more years, Roman understood it was time to move on to bigger things.

Roman had a great understanding of the market from 1992 to 1995 and made investments in the appropriate sectors. Roman ended up being fortunate in the sense that, in the late 1980s, when Roman was just getting started, Russia was beginning to open up to significant commercial and tax reforms.

He established a plastic toy manufacturing business with the money he had so far saved, and he began selling toys from his modest apartment at a small profit. Regardless of how little the profit ended up being, it demonstrated Roman’s outstanding business talents, and after continuing to do it for a few more years, Roman understood it was time to move on to bigger things.

Roman had a great understanding of the market from 1992 to 1995 and made investments in the appropriate sectors. After having enormous success with Sibneft, Roman began to show interest in the Russian aluminium industry, which was then seen to be a very lucrative sector.

When Roman acquired control of the industry and applied his commercial acumen, the infamous Russian “Aluminum War”—which had been the subject of numerous murders—came to an end, and he was declared the single victor.

Roman acquired the majority of the businesses that owned Chelsea Football Club in June 2003. At the time, Chelsea was regarded as one of the worst football teams. Roman has managed the club well enough, and he attends nearly every game in which the squad plays. Roman invested $30 million in the Israeli start-up music app Music Messenger in 2015, teaming up with artists including Nicki Minaj and David Guetta.

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Political Career

Abramovich was chosen to serve in the State Duma in 1999 as the elected representative for the destitute Chukotka Autonomous Okrug in the Russian Far East. In order to assist Chukotka residents, particularly children, he founded the nonprofit organisation Pole of Hope. In December 2000, he succeeded Aleksandr Nazarov as governor of Chukotka.

From 2000 to 2008, Abramovich served as the governor of Chukotka. He is thought to have spent more than US$1.3 billion (€925 million) in the area. Living standards rose during his administration, homes and schools were renovated, and new investors were lured to the area.

According to a decree issued by the Russian President, Abramovich received the Order of Honour for his “significant contribution to the economic development of the autonomous territory [of Chukotka]”.

President Dmitry Medvedev approved Abramovich’s desire to step down as Chukotka’s governor in early July 2008, however, his numerous charitable endeavours in the area would continue. Between 2000 and 2006, Chukotka’s average monthly wages rose from US$165 (€117/£100) 2000 to US$826 (€588/£500) 2006.

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Donations

More money than any other Russian living today has supposedly been donated to charities by Abramovich. Abramovich contributed more than US$2.5 billion to the construction of infrastructure in Chukotka between 2009 and 2013.

According to reports, Abramovich has invested over GB£1.5 billion in the Pole of Hope, a charity he founded to aid those in Chukotka, an Arctic province where he served as governor. In addition, between 2010 and 2012, Abramovich’s partially owned steelmaker Evraz Plc (EVR), which is not included in the US$310 million in donations made by Abramovich during this time, gave US$164 million to social projects.

The Forum for Jewish Culture and Religion honoured Abramovich for his more than $500 million gift to Jewish interests over the past 20 years in Russia, the US, Britain, Portugal, Lithuania, Israel, and other countries. Abramovich gave $5 million to the Jewish Agency for Israel in June 2019 to help fund global anti-Semitism initiatives.

In addition to creating a physical memorial and tribute to Lithuanian Jewry, Abramovich made the decision to plant over 25,000 trees in remembrance of the Jews of Lithuania who died in the Holocaust.

Additionally, he made a sizable payment towards the restoration of Altona’s Jewish cemetery, which is today a Hamburg neighbourhood. In collaboration with Hamburg’s Chabad, B’nai B’rith International Portugal is carrying out the project.

Along with Michael Kadoorie and Jacob Safra, Abramovich is one of the major donors to the Portuguese Jewish community and B’nai B’rith International Portugal. He also contributes money to the Chabad movement.

A broad programme in Israel that hosts football practise sessions for Jewish and Arab kids is funded by Abramovich. Through football, more than 1,000 Arab and Jewish children will be brought together annually. Chelsea will pay for the expanded setup and will provide local coaches with training.

By integrating communities in Israel, the enlarged Playing Fair, Leading Peace programme will dismantle obstacles and fight discrimination. Abramovich paid for NHS personnel to stay at the Stamford Bridge Millennium Hotel in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Roman Abramovich Net Worth

 Forbes estimates that Abramovich’s net worth was $16 billion in 2022, making him the richest person in Portugal, the second-richest person in Israel, and the eleventh-richest person in Russia.

In the years that followed the fall of the Soviet Union in the 1990s, Abramovich amassed wealth by purchasing state-owned Russian assets at rates much below market value under Russia’s contentious loans-for-shares privatisation programme.

Abramovich, who was ranked as the 155th richest person in the world by Forbes as of March 2016, had a net worth of $7.6 billion at the time. He was regarded as the second-richest person living in the UK prior to the 2008 financial crisis.

The Times reported at the beginning of 2009 that he had lost £3 billion of his $11.7 billion in wealth as a result of the world economic crisis. Vladislav Sviblov purchased Highland Gold, a gold miner, from Abramovich in the summer of 2020. His net worth was reported as US$14.5 billion by Forbes on 5 March 2021, placing him at position 113 on the Forbes Billionaires 2020 list.

Abramovich was connected to the 67-metre yacht Garçon, anchored in Antigua, according to a 2022 Financial Times article. For £90 million in 2009, he acquired the 15-bedroom home at 16 Kensington Palace Gardens in London.

Four Upper East Side residences at 9, 11, 13, and 15 East 75th Street in Manhattan, New York City, were bought by Abramovich for $74 million. These townhouses will be joined to create a megamansion that will be 19,400 square feet, with restoration costs expected to add an extra $100 million.

Eclipse 162.5 m (533 ft) high – She was launched in September 2009 after being constructed in Germany by Blohm + Voss. The boat was supposed to be delivered to Abramovich in December 2009, however, this was postponed for nearly a year due to rigorous sea trials. Terence Disdale created both the yacht’s appearance and interior.

Solaris

The 180 m (590 ft) Azzam, which cost an estimated $400 million, surpassed Eclipse in 2013 as the largest privately owned yacht in the world.

At least two swimming pools, a movie theatre, two helicopter landing pads, a number of onboard tenders, and a submarine that can be launched and dive to a depth of 160 feet are all included in the specification. Additionally, she has bulletproof windows and armour protection around the bridge and Abramovich’s master bedroom.

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 (Approx)$16 Billion
Estimated Net Worth in 2021 (Approx)$14 Billion
Estimated Net Worth in 2020 (Approx)$11.7 Billion
Annual Salary$3 Billion

Assets

Houses
Roman Abramovich House in UK

Roman Abramovich House in UK



Roman Abramovich Chateau De Le Croe House

Roman Abramovich Chateau De Le Croe House

Cars
Roman Abramovich Pagani Zonda Roadster

Roman Abramovich Pagani Zonda Roadster



Roman Abramovich Buggati Veyron

Roman Abramovich Buggati Veyron



Roman Abramovich Ferrari FXX

Roman Abramovich Ferrari FXX

Yachts
Roman Abramovich Eclipse Yacht

Roman Abramovich Eclipse Yacht

Jets
Roman Abramovich Dassault Falcon 900

Roman Abramovich Dassault Falcon 900



Roman Abramovich Boeing 767

Roman Abramovich Boeing 767

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FAQs

How much is the net worth of Roman Abramovich?
$16 Billion

Who is Roman Abramovich’s wife?
Irina Abramovich

What is Roman Abramovich’s age?
55 years

What is the name of the Roman Abramovich firm?
Truphone

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