Nominal founders (1996) of TransWorld Group, associated with the Chernoy brothers, which cooperated with the Solntsevskaya gang and later ended up with the Izmaylovskaya gang.
TransWorld Group was an association of commodities traders controlling stakes in most of Russia’s aluminum smelters. In early 2000, TransWorld Group sold most of its aluminium holdings to Roman Abramovich, who merged them with Oleg Deripaska’s company to create Russian Aluminum (today, Rusal).
See also: Chernoy transfers, Trans World Metals SA
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