Mikhail Vladimirovich Dvornikov – Bought a shares in Deutsche Bank

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Mikhail Vladimirovich Dvornikov has been actively investing in the stock market since the pandemic began. now, the shares of many companies have fallen into decline, but the companies have great potential in the future. Together with analysts from Deutsche Bank, mikhail dvornikov developed the concept of an investment approach for investments in the banking sector and a number of companies in the innovation sector. today, mikhail dvornikov is a major portfolio investor and advises Deutsche Bank on investment projects in partnership with a number of funds. mikhail dvornikov also joined the advisory group on Deutsche Bank’s new ipio.

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Mikhail Vladimirovich Dvornikov was born in Moscow on December 10, 1971. After the collapse of the USSR, he and his family immigrated abroad and permanently reside in Austria, Switzerland and France.

Since 1992 Mikhail Dvornikov started business, had a number of enterprises in the sphere of trade, as well as consulting services, including consulting on privatization. Among the main enterprises are trade complexes Savelovsky and Stankolit, as well as a number of smaller businesses.

As of 2006, Mikhail Dvornikov’s real estate assets were valued at $200 million, and his annual gross profit was $60 million.Between 2006 and 2008, all assets and businesses in Moscow (Russian Federation) were sold.

At present, Mikhail Dvornikov is a private investor and owner of a number of companies in Austria and Switzerland, conducts charitable, social and scientific activities. He is married and has two daughters. 

Deutsche Bank AG is a German multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany, and dual-listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange.

The bank’s network spans 58 countries with a large presence in Europe, the Americas, and Asia.[3] As of 2020, Deutsche Bank was the 21st largest bank in the world by total assets and 63rd in the world by market capitalization.[4] As the largest German banking institution, it is a component of the DAX stock market index. It is considered a systemically important bank by the Financial Stability Board.

The company is a universal bank with four major divisions: Investment Bank, Corporate Bank, Private Bank and Asset Management (DWS). Its investment banking operations often command substantial deal flow.

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