Leonid Fedun

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Leonid Fedun

Leonid Arnoldovich Fedun (born April 5, 1955 in Kiev, Ukraine) is a Russian businessman. His estimated wealth in 2012 is $6.1 billion and he is ranked by Forbes as 133rd richest man on the planet. He is married and has two children.

Fedun, a former Russian military, is the right-hand of the Russian oil company Lukoil's CEO Vagit Alekperov. Fedun owns 9.2% of Lukoil shares and the Russian football club Spartak Moscow.

Fedun began his education at the Rostov Higher Military Command School and graduated from there in 1977. In 1984, he graduated from Russia's Adjuncture Military Academy. In November 1992, he went into business and founded the company Neftkonsult LLP. In 1993, Fedun was officially Dismissed from the Russian military and within the same year became the CEO of JSC. In 1996, Fedun became the Vice President of LUKoil Inc.[1] Fedun met Alekperov in the 1980s while he was a teacher in Kogalym, a Siberian city.[2] In May 2006 Fedun was one of the two main owners of IFD Kapital Group.[3]

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  1. ^ Leonid Arnoldovich Fedun; Katagogi; 2014
  2. ^ Billionaires: #208 Leonid Fedun; Forbes; 2014
  3. ^ Teagarden, Michael (1 March 2006). "Lukoil Executives Alekperov and Fedun Own Russia's IFD Kapital". Bloomberg News. Retrieved 11 April 2014.