Dmitry Korzhev Net Worth is$1.1 Billion
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Dmitry Korzhev Net Worth: Dmitry Korzhev is a Russian businessman who has a net worth of $1.1 billion. Dmitry Korzhev got his start along with a friend named, Dmitry Troitsky, with whom he initially started selling automobiles. In 1993, they founded Mega-Auto, which is now one of the largest car dealers in St. Petersburg. Two years later, the duo set up Multon, a juice maker, and some 10 years later they sold it to Coca-Cola for $500 million. Next, Korzhev and Troitsky established O'Key in 2001, and they have owned Neva Rus, an Armenian metallurgy business since 2007. The two namesakes went on to take the Russian supermarket chain O'Key Group public on the London Stock Exchange in the fall of 2010. As of early 2013, the market capitalization of the supermarket chain is $3 billion. Also, in late 2011, they started a new ore dressing enterprise, Sagamar, investing $94 million in it.
Dmitry Grigoryevich Korzhev (Russian: ??? 1/4 ?,???????,?? ?????,??? 3/4 ???????u???,?? ??? 3/4 ???????u??; born October 19, 1978) is a Russian professional association football player. In 2010, he played in the Russian Second Division for FC Tekstilshchik Ivanovo.

Dmitry Korzhev Latest News

Russian grocer in $3bn London listing

O’Key, the Russian grocer, has raised $420m (£262m ... Some $124m of the proceeds will be split between its four main shareholders, Dmitry Korzhev, Dmitry Troitckii, Boris Volchek and Hillar Teder. People close to the listing said it was more than ...
Posted: November 2, 2010, 5:00 pm

O'Key Owners Buy Land Before IPO

O'Key's shareholders are Dmitry Korzhev (32 percent), Dmitry Troitsky (32 percent), Boris Volchek (25 percent) and Hillar Teder (11 percent).
Posted: November 1, 2010, 5:00 pm

Biggest billionaire losers in 2014? The Russians

A Russian ban on some Western food imports cost supermarket magnates Dmitry Korzhev and Dmitry Troitsky more than $300 million each. It was a tough political year for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, but an even tougher financial one as the country's ...
Posted: March 2, 2015, 3:11 am
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