Dmitry Troitsky Net Worth is$1.1 Billion
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Place of Birth: Saint Petersburg
Dmitry Troitsky Net Worth: Dmitry Troitsky is a Russian businessperson who has a net worth of $1.1 billion. Dmitry Troitsky started his business career back in college, when he united with his colleague Dmitry Korzhev to sell automobiles. This resulted in founding Mega-Auto in 1993, one of the biggest car dealers in St. Petersburg today. Off to a good start, the two namesakes went on to establish Multon, a juice maker, which they sold to Coca-Cola for $500 million some 10 years later. It was in 2001 that they started the supermarket chain O'Key, and in 2010 they listed it on the London Stock Exchange. As of early 2013, O'Key's market capitalization is $3 billion. Their other mutual business ventures include Neva Rus, an Armenian metallurgy business and Sagamar, an ore dressing enterprise.
Dmitry Troitsky is a Russian businessperson and co-owns O'KEY Group (retail chain) along with his partner Dmitry Korzhev. As of per Forbes list 2011, he is the 1,140th richest person in the world and 94th richest person in Russia. Troitsky has net worth of $1.0 billion. He is a first generation entrepreneur and his wealth is self made.

Troitsky has obtained Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science degrees from Leningrad Shipbuilding Institute. His company (O'KEY Group) was listed on London Stock Exchange in 2010 and the current market capitalization is $3.0 billion.
Dmitry Troitsky & Dmitry Korzhev started working together as students. Their first venture was car sales that lead to formation of Mega-auto company in 1993. Mega-auto is now one of the biggest car dealers in Saint Petersburg. In 1995 Dmitry Troitsky & Dmitry Korzhev founded juice producing plant (Multon). Multon was sold to Coca Cola after 10 years for $500 million. In 2001 they both co-founded O-Key chain of supermarkets.

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Posted: June 20, 2004, 7:00 pm

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Posted: March 31, 2005, 8:00 pm
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