Anatol Stati

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Anatol Stati
Born (1952-10-25) October 25, 1952 (age 65)
Citizenship Moldova
Alma mater Moldova State University
Occupation Businessman
Known for CEO Ascom Group
Children Gabriel Stati (b. September 30, 1976), Nicoleta Stati (b. June 15, 1981)

Anatol Stati (born October 25, 1952) is a businessman from Chişinău. In 2010, he was widely considered to be Moldova’s richest man.[1] Stati is the founder of Ascom Group, President and Chief Executive Officer and has served in this capacity since the founding in 1994.[2][3] Between 1989 to 1994, Stati served as a Director at Decebal, a local Moldovan consumer goods trading company.[4]


His son, Gabriel Stati (born September 30, 1976), served as the vicepresident of Ascom Group (1999–2007). On April 9, the Moldovan Prosecutor General's Office asked Ukraine to extradite Gabriel Stati, a Moldovan businessman whom the Moldovan government accused of being involved in the organization and financing of the civil unrest.[5] Stati was in Ukrainian custody along with another suspect, Aurel Marinescu, for their alleged "involvement in organizing an attempt to overthrow the Moldovan government." Aurel Marinescu (born 1970), was the chief bodyguard of Stati's company “Stati Holding”.[6] On April 16, the General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine approved the extradition of Stati and Marinescu.[7] Gabriel Stati was freed on June 18 by Chisinau Appellate Court, but he had to stay in house arrest during 30 days; his lawyer was Vlad Gribincea. But the court decided to keep in prison Aurel Marinescu. Stati and Marinescu were charged with usurping the state power and organizing mass disorders.[8]


His daughter, Nicoleta Stati (born June 15, 1981), has served as director of High School of Fine Arts "Igor Vieru" in Chişinău, since 2011.[9]


  • Ordinul bisericesc “Ştefan cel Mare”


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