Alexander Nesis Net Worth is$3.3 Billion
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Nationality: Russia
Date of Birth: 1962-12-19
Place of Birth: Saint Petersburg
Alexander Nesis Net Worth: Alexander Nesis is a Russian businessman who has a net worth of $3.3 billion. He has risen to riches as the founder, president and CEO of the ICT group, a private equity group based in Moscow, Russia. Born on December 19, 1962, in Leningrad, USSR, he enrolled at the prestigious Lensovet Leningrad Institute of Technology to study radiochemistry. Upon graduation, he landed a position as supervisor at the Baltic Shipbuilding Yard - one of the Russia's largest and oldest makers of ships. It was in the early 1990s that he decided to start his own business, which became known as the ICT ('Investments, Construction, Technologies') Group in 1993. The same year, he managed to build a fortune and got back to Baltic Shipbuilding Yards as its controlling shareholder and Head of Board of Directors. The group, which invests mainly in the sectors of finance, precious metals and engineering, is now one of the largest privately owned investment and industrial companies in Russia. The portfolio of the group includes such renowned leaders in the respective industries as NOMOS-BANK, Khanty-Mansi Bank, Polymetal and Tikhvin Freight Car Building Plant. It also holds major stakes in the potash producer Uralkali and Baltic Leasing. Reportedly, the total value of ICT's assets under management stands at around $8 billion.
Alexander Nesis (born December 19, 1962, Leningrad, USSR) is the founder, president and CEO of the ICT Group, a private equity firm headquartered in Moscow, Russia, which invests mainly in the finance, precious metals and engineering sectors.


Born in Leningrad in 1962, Nesis studied radiochemistry at the prestigious Lensovet Leningrad Institute of Technology. After graduation he worked as master supervisor at the Baltic Shipbuilding Yard (the largest and one of the oldest in Russia, est. 1856), which produced a variety of ships including nuclear icebreakers and submarines. In the early 1990s, Nesis left the shipyard to set out as an entrepreneur, opting to work for himself rather than for the state.
Together with a small group of business partners, he first concentrated on the production of materials derived from uranium deposits located in the deserts of Uzbekistan. In 1991, the same group of entrepreneurs embarked upon a new venture to invest in the shipbuilding and metals industries. In 1993, their company became known as the ICT Group. In the same year, having made his fortune, Nesis returned to the Baltic Shipbuilding Yards as its controlling shareholder and Head of Board of Directors.
The ICT ('Investments, Construction, Technologies') Group, founded by Nesis in the early 1990s, is now one of the largest privately owned investment and industrial companies in Russia. It is headquartered in Moscow and has a large office in St. Petersburg. It invests in, develops and manages assets in wide range of industries, including the banking and financial industry, metals and mining, precious metal production, heavy engineering, logistics, construction and development.
At present, the portfolio of assets under the Group's management includes such recognized leaders in their respective industries as NOMOS-BANK, Khanty-Mansi Bank, Polymetal and Tikhvin Freight Car Building Plant. The Group also holds large equity stakes in the potash producer Uralkali and

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Russian regulator backs new bailout regime

Two of the group’s former minority owners, Alexander Nesis and Alexander Mamut, have already transferred a 7.6% stake in gold miner Polymetal to the central bank. At present, B&N and Otkritie remain under the supervision of the CBR, which is taking the ...
Posted: November 29, 2017, 12:00 am

Russia's Otkritie bank gets stake in Polymetal

Polymetal is co-owned by businessman Alexander Nesis. Otkritie bank was part of the larger Otkritie group, where Nesis is also a shareholder. Last month, the central bank decided to take over Otkritie bank in a bail out.
Posted: October 2, 2017, 7:39 pm

Billionaire Alexander Nesis reveals why Polymetal is listing in London

Standing on the back porch of Browns Hotel on Dover Street in London, Alexander Nesis looks uneasy. Shifting from left foot to right, the billionaire Russian businessman doesn't want to be there. "He doesn't want to be seen to be like Lebedev, or the ...
Posted: July 3, 2011, 2:01 am
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