Son-in-law of the first president of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev. Chairman of the Presidium of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic of Kazakhstan “Atameken”.
Owns the Sunninghill Park estate in the UK, a mansion in Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic), as well as, presumably, a complex of buildings in London and a villa in Switzerland.
According to Forbes, his fortune is $ 3,100,000,000. Together with his wife Dinara Kulibayeva, he owns Halyk Bank. Owned by JSC “Caspian Oil”. Kulibayev owns 100% in Kipros LLP and Joint Resources JSC, a majority stake in Singapore-based Steppe Capital Pte Ltd, a stake in Nostrum Oil & Gas. Member of the Board of Directors of Gazprom.
“Hunting Lodge” in Karlovy Vary
In the Czech Republic, Timur Kulibayev owns a hotel built back in 1894. Myslivna in Czech, Jägerhaus in German, “Hunting House” in Russian. Not for rent
Manor in the UK
The Sunninghill Park Estate is located near Windsor Castle. Purchased for £ 15m from Prince Andrew
Complex of buildings in London
in fashionable Mayfair at 41–42 Upper Grosvenor Street and 41–42 Reeves Mews. Purchased for £ 46.1 million
Villa “Romantica” (La Romantica) on the shores of Lake Lugano (Switzerland)
The cost is 8,550,000 Swiss francs.
A team of journalists worked on the project:
Alexey Tikhonov, Nazira Darimbet, Evgeniya Mazhitova, Zhanna Baitelova, Alexander Baranov, Yulia Kozlova, Irina Petrushova
This investigation was originally published in the Russian language and appeared on the original KLEPTO ASIA website.