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November 4, 1962 |
Criuleni, Moldovan SSR
|Alma mater||Moldova State University|
|Relatives||Isidor Sârbu (grand grandfather)
Valentina Voronin (sister)
Oleg Voronin born on November 4, 1962, in Criuleni, then in the Moldovan SSR. He is the son of former Moldovan president Vladimir Voronin and Taisia Mihailovna; Isidor Sârbu is the great-grandfather of Oleg.
He graduated also the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, "Municipal and State Administration" specialty, qualification "economist -specialist in finance and credit".
Oleg Voronin got his first job with a non-profit called AŞP "Vierul". In 1988, he established with some other academics a Laboratory Cooperative to look for better yields in milk production. In 1992 became director of "Metal-Market" (constructions) and "Transline" (railroad transportation).
In 1993 Oleg Voronin applied for a banking license. Since that year, he has been head of his own bank, FinComBank, which from humble beginnings has now grown into becoming one of Moldova's largest and most powerful financial institution.
He is also arguably one of the wealthiest Moldovans and the owner of several of the largest businesses in Moldova. These include, but are not limited to: