Alexander Mashkevitch Net Worth is$2.1 Billion
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Profession: Investor
Date of Birth: 1954
Ethnicity: Jewish people
Country: United Kingdom, Israel
Alexander Mashkevitch net worth: Alexander Mashkevitch is an Israeli businessman who has a net worth of $2.1 billion. Alexander Mashkevitch is a Kyrgyzstan native who studied literature and at the age of 26 he became one of the youngest deans of a university in his hometown. Then he moved to Moscow to start a trading business with his longtime friends Chodiev and Ibragimov. Along with his two partners, Machkevich is said to form the "Trio", a group of Kazakh businessmen who became billionaires. They took control of privatized chromium, alumina, and gas operations in Kazakhstan, including major shares of Eurasian National Resources Corporation (ENRC), one of the world's leading natural resources groups. Although a London-headquartered company, ENRC operates numerous of metals assets across Kazakhstan and Africa, as well as in Eastern Europe and Africa. The company's expansion doesn't end here as it continues to explore the sale of international assets. In August 2010, the company acquired 50.5% of Camrose Resources Limited, while in September it obtained the outstanding 50% interest in Bahia Minerals BV. Apart from doing business, Machkevich has been active in Jewish causes.
Alexander Mashkevich (Hebrew: x?x?x?x?x x?x? x?x(C)x?x?x?x?a??; also transliterated Alexandr Mashkevic; Russian: ???>>?u??N???? 1/2 ??N? ????N????u???,N?), born in 1954, is a businessman and investor. He has major holdings and close political relationships in Kazakhstan. He holds both Kazakh and Israeli citizenship; according to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, he usually travels on his Israeli passport and "rarely spends more than a week each month in Kazakhstan."
Mashkevich was born in Frunze, Kyrgyz SSR, Soviet Union, in 1954 to Rakhel Yoffe (born in Belarus) and Anton (born in Lithuania). He is a graduate of Kyrgyz State University where he studied philology. Mashkevich started out an academic career but became a businessman during perestroika. Mashkevich, Patokh Chodiev, and Alijan Ibragimov form "the Trio," a group of Kazakh businessmen who became billionaires. The Trio gained control of the recently privatized chromium, alumina, and gas operations in Kazakhstan (some of the largest ones in the world).
With his partners Chodiev and Ibragimov, Mashkevich helped to develop these assets, and is a major shareholder in Eurasian National Resources Corporation (ENRC), now one of the world's leading natural resources groups. ENRC, based in London, operates a number of metals assets in Kazakhstan and Africa, having acquired numerous mining operations in Eastern Europe and Africa. In 2009, ENRC generated a $1,462 million profit on sales of $3.8 billion.
ENRC was floated on the London Stock Exchange in December 2007, with a market capitalisation on Admission of approximately A?6.8 billion.
Mashkevich served as president of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) until 2011. The EAJC is one of the five regional branches of World Jewish Congress (WJC). In this capacity, he has visited a number of synagogues around the world and met with many prominent individuals. In 2002, Mashkevich had a private meeting with then-Foreign Minister Shimon Peres. In apparent consult

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Posted: June 12, 2011, 9:33 pm

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“Kogan’s neighbor in the Sea One project is Alexander Mashkevitch, a Russian oligarch who resides in Israel part of the year. “He was ranked number 287 on Forbes’ 2010 list of the richest people in the world. At the time, the magazine estimated his ...
Posted: July 14, 2013, 10:29 pm

UPDATE 3-ENRC keeps chairman, CEO after board review

Key to the outcome of the review was the position of the group's three main shareholders -- Alexander Mashkevitch, Alijan Ibragimov and Patokh Chodiev -- and any decision or pressure from them to become more closely involved. Together they own 43.8 percent ...
Posted: September 27, 2011, 9:29 pm
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