By Chris Dziadul
November 3, 2010
Roman Abramovich has been officially confirmed as the 49% owner of Channel One, Russia’s leading broadcaster.
In a wide ranging interview in Kommersant, John Mann, the head of information policy at Millhouse, Abramovich’s asset manager, went on record to clear up confusion caused by a report in the newspaper Vedomosti.
According to Mann, the 49% stake in ORT was bought on behalf of Abramovich from Boris Berezovsky for $175 million (€125.3 million) in 2001. Berezovsky is currently suing Abramovich, claiming that he was underpaid for the asset.
Mann revealed that Abramovich had received dividends totalling R113,66 million (€2.64 million) from Channel One between 2004-7.
He also denied that there are any plans to sell the 49% stake in Channel One.
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