|Occupation||Businessman, Owner, A.F.C. Bournemouth|
Maxim Victorovich Demin is a Russian businessman. In 2011, Demin became co-owner of English Football League side A.F.C. Bournemouth with Eddie Mitchell, reportedly paying £850,000 for his share of the club. Demin has been involved in the petrochemicals industry and as a trader.
Maxim Demin spent £5 million on a mansion located in Sandbanks (Dorset), which he then demolished and employed Eddie Mitchell to rebuild a state of the art house. 
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