Yelena Baturina Net Worth, Biography, Age, Weight, Height

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January 1, 2020

Yelena Baturina Net Worth

How rich is Yelena Baturina? For this question we spent 27 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $1.2 Billion.

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Biography

Yelena Baturina information Birth date: March 8, 1963 Birth place: Moscow, Russia Profession:Business person Education:The State University of Management Nationality:Russia Spouse:Yury Luzhkov (m. 1991) Children:Olga Luzhkova, Elena Luzhkova Siblings:Viktor Baturin

Height, Weight

:How tall is Yelena Baturina – 1,78m.
How much weight is Yelena Baturina – 89kg

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Wiki

Yelena Nikolayevna Baturina is a Russian oligarch, Russias richest woman and the only Russian woman worth more than a billion dollars. She founded a major investment and construction company Inteco. She currently owns a hotel chain and is the founder of BE OPEN, a cultural …
Biography,Baturina is a Moscow native who began working as a design-technician at the Fraser plant (where her parents worked) after graduating from high school. She later got a degree, graduating from the Moscow-based S. Ordzhonikidze State University of Management in 1986.1980-1982: the Frazer plant, technician-designer, then senior design engineer of the Chief Technologist Department,1982-1989: Institute of Integrated Economic Development of Moscow, researcher, Russian Union of United Cooperatives, head of the Secretariat, the Mosgorispolkom Commission on cooperative activity, senior specialist.since 1989 engaged in private business activities,1991-1994: LLP Inteco, director,1994-2011: CJSC Inteco, president,2006 – 2011: deputy head of the interdepartmental working group on the priority national project Affordable and Comfortable Housing to Russian citizens, a member of the Commission on the development of affordable housing under the President of the Russian Federation on the implementation of priority national projects and demographic policy.Baturina met her future husband, Yury Luzhkov, in 1987 when they were both serving at Mosgorispolkom, a Soviet-era municipal commission. At the period of their co-working the relationships were purely professional. In one of her interviews Baturina remembers: “We never even thought about anything like that when we were working together, it all happened much later”. Baturina and Luzhkov married in 1991. The next year he became mayor of Moscow. In 2010 he was dismissed by President Dmitry Medvedev amidst still unproven accusations of corruption and mismanagement voiced on state run television. Yury himself had at one time been tipped to run for president, though he never did.After her husband’s dismissal Baturina moved to London. She explains the choice of the city by the fact that her two daughters were studying in London. She explains the choice of the city by the fact that her two daughters decided to study in LondonIn November 2010 Luzhkov gave an interview to the Telegraph newspaper stating that the couple was sending their daughters to study in London to protect them from possible persecution from the Russian authorities. He also said that a house had been bought in the west of the city for them and that he and his wife intend to visit them regularly. Luzhkov also claimed that the Russian authorities were planning to break up Baturinas business empire and that the couple would fight the attempt: We will not give up. My wife will battle for her business and for her honour and self-worth. That is for sure.”.In September 2009 The Sunday Times erroneously stated that Witanhurst, a large house in Highgate, North London, had been bought by Baturina, via an offshore front company. Baturina sued the papers owners, Times Newspapers, a subsidiary of News International. Times Newspapers apologized for the story and paid damages to her in October 2011.

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