Leonid Fedun leaves the post of vice president of Lukoil

Vice President for Strategic Development of Lukoil, co-owner of the Moscow Spartak, Leonid Fedun, is leaving his position in the oil and gas company due to retirement age and family circumstances. This is stated in a statement on the company's website.

Lukoil President Vadim Vorobyov said that Fedun is a key person in the history of the company and its development "to the status of one of the largest in the world fuel and energy complex."

“He foresaw many important developments in the industry, which was reflected in the strategic documents. On behalf of our entire team, I want to thank Leonid Arnoldovich for many years of joint work, and also wish him good luck in new endeavors, ”said Vorobyov.

Fedun himself said that his resignation had nothing to do with football, and that he would continue to deal with the club. He is quoted by Sport-Express.

“It has nothing to do with football. I will continue to deal with Spartak - to do everything so that our club, in spite of everything, lives and develops.

Fedun became Lukoil's vice president for strategic development in 1994. In 2004, he acquired the Moscow football club Spartak. During this time, FC won the Russian championship of the 2016/2017 season, the 2017 Super Cup, and this year the Russian Cup, defeating Dynamo Moscow.

Fedun's fortune is estimated at $ 5 billion, he ranks 23rd in the Forbes rating.

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