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Vladimir Gruzdev was born on 6 February, 1967 in Korolyov, Russia. Discover Vladimir Gruzdev’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Age||53 years old|
|Born||6 February 1967|
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Who Is Vladimir Gruzdev’s Wife?
His wife is Olga Gruzdeva (m. 1994)
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Vladimir Gruzdev Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Vladimir Gruzdev worth at the age of 53 years old? Vladimir Gruzdev’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Russian. We have estimated Vladimir Gruzdev’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Vladimir Gruzdev
In 2018, the second Dictation was joined by 165 thousand participants.
In 2018-2019, Mr. Gruzdev moderated sessions on the competitiveness of the national jurisdiction in the framework of the Saint-Petersburg Economic Forum and Eastern Economic Forum.
On April 21, 2017, Vladimir Gruzdev joined the government commission on legislative drafting activities.
In order to improve the legal culture and literacy of the Russian population, the ALRF jointly with its partners has held the All-Russian Legal Dictation since 2017. About 55 thousand people took part in the first Dictation.
Since 2017 Mr. Gruzdev is Co-Chairman of the Centre for Public Procedures “Business Against Corruption”, founded particularly by the non-governmental organisation “Delovaya Rossia” under the Government Order of the Russian Federation.
In 2017, the Association of Lawyers of Russia held the IV BRICS Legal Forum in Moscow, where Mr. Gruzdev initiated the discussion on developing new arbitration institutions of the BRICS countries, legal regulation of the digital economy and others.
On February 2, 2016, he resigned at his own request. The official reason of the resignation – family circumstances (his daughter was born). Accepting his resignation, Vladimir Putin commented that “Vladimir Sergeevich is a Muscovite, he wants to be closer to Moscow.” Other versions of his dismissal circulated in the press later: his dismissal was caused by a criminal case against the closest assistant Maxim Mishchenko, as well as an investigation of misappropriation of grants worth 3 billion rubles in favor of trading house “Medved” and the company “Baltika”. There was also a version according to which during the governorship Gruzdev violated the law and continued to engage in entrepreneurial activities and took direct part in the management of the company “Modny Continent.”
On December 3, 2016 the congress of the Association of Lawyers of Russia unanimously elected Vladimir Gruzdev to be the chairman of the board. In March and April 2017, Gruzdev held meetings with the Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky (cooperation between the Association and the Russian Military Historical Society was discussed) and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
In November 2016, a villa in Sardinia estimated at 25 million euros was purchased in the name of Gruzdev’s wife of Gruzdev.
In his work as head of the region, Vladimir Gruzdev mostly relied on loyal but inexperienced staff from Moscow. He was famous for rough and aggressive style of management. For example, in the presence of many people, he suggested that the mayor of the city of Bogoroditsk shot himself. On August 13, 2014, Vladimir Gruzdev appointed the former State Duma member of the fifth convocation and ex-leader of the Young Russia movement Maksim Mishchenko to the post of deputy head of the government office of the Tula region under the Government of the Russian Federation and deputy minister of internal policy and local government development of the Tula region. At the end of 2015, based on materials received from the Government of the Tula region, Mishchenko and the chairman of the Union for the Protection of Disabled People and Participants in the Elimination of the Consequences of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Novomoskovsk, Gennady Yefimov, were charged with transferring to coverup firms the budget funds that were supposed to be grants for the rehabilitation of “Chernobyl victims”. On March 17, 2017 Novomoskovsk city court of the Tula region found Mishchenko guilty of fraud and sentenced to 2.5 years of imprisonment.
During his service as a governor Gruzdev donated money for the restoration of one of the bells for the bell tower of the Assumption Cathedral of the Tula Kremlin, he also personally spent 250 million rubles on charity annually in the Tula region, and transferred his entire salary to Yasnaya Polyana children’s home. Since December 2012 the governor’s salary in the amount of 48,115 rubles was transferred to the fund of the Tula Kremlin and for the organization of disabled people. The press department of the governor announced the transfer of his entire salary to charity throughout 2013.
In September 2011, Vladimir Gruzdev was included number two (after Boris Gryzlov) into the list of candidates from “United Russia” in the Tula region. On December 4, 2011 elections to the State Duma of the sixth convocation took place, as a result “United Russia” received 61% of the vote in the Tula region. Gruzdev refused the deputy’s mandate.
On July 29, 2011, he was appointed as provisional governor of the Tula region. On August 11, 2011 Russian President Dmitry Medvedev submitted Vladimir Gruzdev’s candidacy for the governor’s position to the Tula Regional Duma. On August 18, 2011 the official ceremony of Vladimir Gruzdev’s inauguration was held in the Tula Kremlin.
In 2011, with the same fortune he took 104th place. In 2012, he took the first place in the ranking of the richest Russian officials with an income of 3.89 billion rubles.
From the declaration which Gruzdev submitted in 2011 as an official, it is known that he had deposits in banks amounting to 9.4 billion rubles. He also owned shares in OJSC Bank Saint Petersburg, OJSC VTB Bank and Gazprom.
In 2007, Gruzdev sold his stake in “The Seventh Continent” to partner Alexander Zanadvorov for about $1 billion, explaining that political career was the priority for him.
In December 2007 he was elected to the State Duma of the fifth convocation from Moscow. He was the first deputy chairman of the State Duma Committee on Civil, Criminal, Arbitration and Procedural Legislation.
In the summer of 2007, Vladimir Gruzdev acted as a participant (and, according to some sources, a sponsor) of the expedition of the scientific vessel Akademik Fyodorov to the North Pole. During the expedition Gruzdev dived at the North Pole point on the Mir-1 bathyscaphe and installed a titanium flag of Russia and a capsule with a “message to future generations” at the seabed.
In 2005 he entered the Russian rating of Forbes magazine with net worth of 0.34 billion dollars (89th place) for the first time. In 2014, his fortune reached a peak of $1.3 billion, which allowed Gruzdev to take 79th place in the ranking. As of 2016, he held 147th place in the Russian rating of Forbes magazine with a fortune of 0.55 billion dollars.
Gruzdev has been regularly included in the rating of the magazine Forbes since 2005, with the exception of 2008. He took positions from 36 (2009) to 135 (2017). The biggest fortune was reached in 2010 – 950 million dollars.
In December 2003, Vladimir Gruzdev was elected a deputy of the State Duma of the IV convocation for the Chertanovo single-mandate constituency, having received at the elections 149069 (53.3%) votes.
In 2003, Gruzdev defended his thesis on “Legal status of civil servants of the Russian Federation and organizational and legal bases for the functioning of the system of training, retraining and advanced training” at the Department of Administrative Law of the Moscow University of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. In 2013, the Dissernet community found that the whole content of the work was plagiarism: 168 of 182 pages were entirely copied from the original work of Pavel Vostrikov “Organizational and legal problems of training, retraining and upgrading of civil servants”, defended in 1998. Despite this, the academic degree of Vladimir Gruzdev was confirmed, as more than three years had passed since the defense of the thesis before the discovery of plagiarism.>.
In 2001, Vladimir Gruzdev won the election to the Moscow City Duma in the 27th district, gaining 53.17% of the vote.
In 2000 he graduated from the Faculty of Law of Moscow State University, majoring in Legal studies.
In 1993, after quitting the Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia, together with his partners he established the trading company “The Seventh Continent”, where he worked at executive positions from 1994 to 2001.
In 1991 he graduated with honors from the Military Red Banner Institute as an interpreter-referent in Portuguese and English. In addition to these two languages, he speaks Spanish.
From 1991 to 1993 he served in the Foreign Intelligence Service.
While studying at the Military Red Banner Institute, Vladimir Gruzdev was sent to work as a military interpreter in Angola and Mozambique. In 1989, for the courage shown in fulfilling his military duty, he was awarded the Medal “For Battle Merit”, the diploma of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR “Warrior-Internationalist”.
Vladimir Sergeyevich Gruzdev (Russian: Владимир Серге́евич Груздев , born 6 February 1967)) is a Russian politician. He was a deputy of the State Duma (2003-2011) and governor of the Tula Oblast (2011-2016). Also since December 2016 – Chairman of the Board of the Association of Lawyers of Russia.
Vladimir Gruzdev was born on February 6, 1967 in the village of Bolshevo, Moscow region. In 1984 he graduated from the Moscow Suvorov Military School and entered the Military Red Banner Instituteru [ru] .