Ivan Mazalov

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  • Putin to Pardon Khodorkovsky After Decade in Jail

    Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the jailed former owner of Yukos Oil Co., will receive a pardon, ending a case that symbolized the lack of rule of law in Russia since President Vladimir Putin came to power more than a decade ago.

  • TNK-BP, Bashneft Offer Better Value Than Gazprom, Mazalov Says

    Investors seeking to take advantage of a slump in Russian equities should buy OAO Bashneft and TNK- BP over fuel-industry peers such as OAO Gazprom, the natural gas export monopoly, according to Prosperity Capital Management.

  • The 100 Top-Performing Large Hedge Funds

    The February 2013 issue of Bloomberg Markets magazine contains our annual rankings of the world's richest hedge funds. The following 100 comprise our list of best-performing hedge funds managing $1 billion or more. Our rankings are based on data compiled by Bloomberg specialist Anibal Arrascue and information supplied by hedge-fund research firms, hedge funds and investors. Assets and returns are for the 10 months ended on Oct. 31, 2012. Click here for a PDF and here for the accompanying story.

  • Transneft Shares Buoyed as Cash Rises as Spending Slows: Freight

    OAO Transneft probably will produce what investor Ivan Mazalov calls “massive” cash this year as the pipeline operator delivers Kremlin-backed projects supplying oil to Asia and the Baltic Sea. That may return investors to one of Russia’s cheapest energy stocks.

  • Polyus Surges as ADRs Halt Three-Month Tumble: Russia Overnight

    Polyus Gold International Ltd. led gains in Russian equities, sending the benchmark index to its first monthly increase since February, as commodities rose after Europe agreed on measures to solve the region’s crisis.

  • World’s Largest Profit at Gazprom Pays for Putin’s Pipes

    The world’s most profitable energy company is being punished by investors who are concerned it’s also the biggest spendthrift.

  • Russia Fund With 3,300 Percent Return Has Successor in Prosperity Quest II

    Prosperity Capital, the largest manager of Russia-focused funds, is planning a successor to its Quest portfolio, which provided returns of 3,300 percent over the past 10 years by buying distressed Russian companies.

  • VTB Heads for Longest Losing Streak in 3 Months on Share Buyback

    VTB Group headed for its worst losing streak in three months after Russia’s second-largest bank said yesterday it would cap its share buyback for investors who lost money in its 2007 initial public offering.

  • Wall St. Warms to Siberia as Largest Cash Hoard Beckons: Energy

    OAO Surgutneftegas, Russia’s third- largest oil producer with a $31 billion market value, for years has refused to disclose its cash position under international reporting standards or whether it holds its own shares.

  • BP's Dudley, Who Took on Billionaires, Fights Spill

    BP Plc’s Robert Dudley , drafted to head the company’s cleanup in the Gulf of Mexico and repair its reputation in the U.S., may draw on experience in Russia and Africa for guidance.

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