|Born||Arkady Romanovich Abramovich
September 14, 1993
|Parent(s)||Roman Abramovich (father)
Irina Maladina (mother)
Abramovich is one of five children born to Russian Jewish billionaire Roman Abramovich and his Russian wife Irina Vyacheslavovna Malandina. His mother is a former Aeroflot stewardess. They divorced in 2007. He has one brother and three sisters: Ilya, Arina, Sofia, and Anna.
Arkadiy is the founder and owner of ARA Capital, a private investment vehicle whose assets include Zoltav Resources PLC, a company listed on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker ZOL. Through ARA Capital, he also bought a 26% stake in Crosby Asset Management. In 2010 it was widely reported that Arkadiy made a bid for leading Danish football team FC Copenhagen, however, no bid materialised.
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Roman Abramovich’s teenage son buys a Siberian oilfield (Blouin News)
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