Roman Abramovich's yacht, Solaris, docked in Bodrum, Turkey on March 21.

Roman Abramovich’s yacht, Solaris, docked in Bodrum, Turkey on March 21.

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A new Russian Asset Tracker — led by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), an investigative journalism nonprofit organization — is keeping tabs on the offshore wealth of 11 Russian oligarchs. 

The tracker calculated the “known minimum value of assets” of the top “oligarchs and enablers,” according to the OCCRP. The organization, which was founded in 2006, operates as a consortium of investigative journalists and media entities across Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Central America. 

The tracker features assets whose ownership was “widely reported,” but could not be independently confirmed. A few of those assets are included below, though not tabulated in the oligarchs’ total value. 

1. Roman Abramovich, businessman: $8.1 billion

Businessman and Chelsea Football Club owner Roman Abramovich leaves The High Court on October 4, 2011 in London, England. Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky is alleging a breach of contract over businnes deals with Mr Abramovich and is claiming more than £3.2bn in damages

Roman Abramovich in 2011.

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Abramovich has at least 78 offshore assets, according to the tracker. This includes three private helicopters and planes, 37 apartments, seven homes, and his $600 million yacht, “Solaris.”

Russian businessman Roman Abramovich next to his Solaris superyacht

Roman Abramovich next to his Solaris superyacht

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The oligarch, who is reportedly taking part in Russia-Ukraine peace talks, is also linked to the $700 million superyacht “Eclipse.”

Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea FC, next to his superyacht called Eclipse

Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea FC, next to his superyacht, Eclipse.

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Source: Insider

Abramovich owns four adjacent townhouses in New York City’s Upper East Side, which he plans to combine into a “mega-mansion,” according to architectural documents reviewed by the New York Post.

He also owns four adjacent townhouses in New York City's Upper East Side, which he plans to combine into a

A group of homes under construction and owned by Roman Abramovich stands along East 75th Street in Manhattan on March 01, 2022, in New York City.

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Source: New York Post

2. Alisher Usmanov, businessman: $3.4 billion

Alisher Usmanov



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