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Alexander Lebedev: Russian Businessman



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Lebedev: one of the richest Russians, newspapers. Orthodox


  1. Alexander Lebedev (Russian Oligarch, Philanthropist, and Businessman, Orthodoxy)
  2. The Newspaper Group of Lebedev
  3. Business in the banking sector

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Alexander Lebedev. Russian Oligarch, Philanthropist, and Businessman, Orthodoxy (Russia)

The Russian oligarch and businessman Alexander Yevgenievich Lebedev (1959, Russia) is one of the richest Russians (3.1 billion dollars).

  1. Lebedev is the largest owner of the Novaya Gazeta, one of the most influential newspapers of Russia; he is also the owner of four newspapers in the UK
  2. Alexander Lebedev is considered as the Russian independent journalism and free press leader
  3. A. Lebedev is Orthodox; he is an active contributor to the Russian Orthodox Church, cooperating in humanitarian and cultural activities of the Church
  4. Mr Lebedev worked at the KGB until 1992 when he founded the “Investment and finance Company of Russia”
  5. Only two banks survived the financial crisis of 98, the Bank of Lebedev was one of them

The main assets of the National Reserve Bank are:

  1. 20% of Aeroflot (Russian national airline)
  2. 44% of Ilyushin Finance Co. (Aviation industry)
  3. A significant part of Sberbank, Gazprom, RAO UE
  4. He also controls the Ukrainian Bank Energo

A. Lebedev was a member of the Russian Parliament, he was the author of the gambling prohibition bill.

Philanthropy.

  1. Alexander Lebedev is the President of the Charitable Reserve Foundation
  2. He participated in the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation creation
  3. In 2010, Mikhail Gorbachev (former President of Russia) and Alexander Lebedev founded the forum “Civil Dialogue”
  4. In 1982, Alexander Lebedev wrote his thesis about “Troubles of foreign debt and opportunities of Globalization

Orthodox Economic Area.

  1. Vladimir Potanin
  2. Helena Baturina

Religions and Business.



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