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|Born||Evgeny Markovich Shvidler
March 23, 1964
|Citizenship||Russian & American|
|Alma mater||Gubkin Institute of Petrochemicals and Natural Gas
Fordham University MBA
|Net worth||$1.4 billion (March 2012)|
Evgeny Markovich Shvidler (Russian: Евгений Маркович Швидлер, born March 23, 1964), also Eugene Shvidler, is a Russian oil businessman. Although not often referred to as one of the prominent business oligarchs, he still made his fortune in Russia during the privatization of Russian industry.
Shvidler was born in Ufa, Russia. He received a degree in mathematics from the Gubkin Institute of Petrochemicals and Natural Gas and an MBA from Fordham University. Early in his career he worked for Deloitte & Touche in New York and became a U.S. citizen. He later returned to Russia, where he teamed up with Roman Abramovich to start the oil trading outfit Runicom S.A. In 1995 they partnered to gain control of oil giant Sibneft, which Shvidler joined initially as senior vice president. He served as company president from 1998 until October 2005, when Russian state energy company Gazprom acquired Sibneft. For most of his tenure, Sibneft was Russia's fastest growing oil company in terms of production, and its most profitable in terms of earnings per barrel.
Eugene Shvidler is currently chairman of Millhouse, LLC, the investment and asset management company he shares with Abramovich and their partners. He also owns the Château Thénac vineyard in France, a $37 million home in Belgravia in London, a $14.5 million dollar home in Aspen, and the yacht Le Grand Bleu.
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- Day, Elizabeth (11 October 2009). "Eugene Shvidler - Russian billionaire". The Guardian (London). http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/oct/11/french-wine-chateau-thenac.
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