Oleg Boyko Net Worth $1.4 Billion
Oleg Boyko is a Russian businessman who has an estimated net worth of $1.4 billion as of March 2013 according to Forbes. Mr. Boyko is the 69th wealthiest individual in Russia and also the 1031st in the record of World Billionaires. Oleg Viktorovich Boyko was born on September 28, 1964 in Moscow. Mr. Boyko is a graduate of the Moscow Aviation University having a diploma in electronic equipment and of the Russian National Academy of National Economy and Public Administration having a diploma in economics. Mr. Boyko began earning his estimated net worth of $1.4 billion when he opened the first stores with credit card readers in the 1990’s in Moscow. Oleg Boyko owns the investment holding Finstar Financial Group. In the year 2012, he sold his 51% position in the Rive Gauche chain, among the biggest cologne and make-up sellers in Russia, to Dmitry Kostygin and August Meyers, the previous owners of the Lenta chain. Lately, he has investments in an organization called 4finance which offers micro loans in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia. Mr. Boyko after diversified his company into imported fruit, traded food and electronic equipment, and managed banks. But the majority of the group’s assets were restructured and sold during the 1995 banking crisis. The returns on the sale were invested in the metallurgy. Mr. Boyko then went to purchase property and retail.