Renova Group
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Renova Group
Renova Group
Limited liability company
Founded1990; 30 years ago (1990)
FounderViktor Vekselberg
Key people
Viktor Vekselberg (Chairman)
Revenue2,166,000,000 US dollar (2007) Edit this on Wikidata
184,000,000 United States dollar (2007) Edit this on Wikidata Edit this on Wikidata

Renova Group is a Russian conglomerate with interests in aluminium, oil, energy, telecoms and a variety of other sectors. The main owner and president is Viktor Vekselberg who founded the company in 1990.[1]

The Renova Group is primarily active in Russia, the C.I.S. states, Switzerland, South Africa and the United States. Its major assets include participation in the oil company TNK-BP and in aluminum producer RUSAL.

In 2010 Renova Group entered into an agreement to provide funding for Fort Ross. It is parent company of private equity firm Columbus Nova.


Companies of the group:[2]

Directly controlled

  • Octo Telematics
  • Big Pension Fund
  • Airports of Regions
  • Zoloto Kamchatki
  • Ekaterinburg non-Ferrous Metals Processing Plant
  • CJSC Rotec
  • Ural Turbine Works
  • Investment fund New Europe Real Estate Ltd. (NERE)

Management companies

Shares in companies


  1. ^ "About Company". Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ "Renova group structure". Retrieved 2017.

External links

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