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Roman Igorevich Putin (Russian: Роман Игоревич Путин, born 10 November 1977) is a Russian businessman and president of the Russian Taekwondo Federation.

Roman Putin
Рома́н И́горевич Пу́тин.jpg
Roman Putin in 2014
Born10 November 1977 (1977-11-10) (age 41)
Ryazan, Russia
ResidenceRazdory (Moscow oblast)
OccupationBusinessman (finance)
RelativesVladimir Putin (first cousin)


Early lifeEdit

Roman Putin's grandfather, Alexander, was the uncle of the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin.[1] Putin was born in Ryazan, Russia, in 1977.[2][3]

Roman Putin graduated with honors from the Volsk branch of the Military Academy of Logistics in 2001, and then for two years worked as an FSB officer.


Between 2006 and 2009 he served as a security adviser to the governor of Ryazan Oblast, where he is credited with restoration of the Voluntary People's Druzhina.

In 2012–2013 he was a non-paid adviser to the governor of Novosibirsk Oblast on social and economic issues.[4] In particular, he proposed and supervised an ambitious project to convert a leading truck repair factory into an assembly plant. He was relieved from his duties when the project failed to materialize,[5] which he attributed to a personal vendetta from the governor.[6][7] Putin remains an adviser on similar matters to the governor of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug.[8]

Roman Putin is the chairman of Group MRT and co-owner of three other Russian companies: Gazstroiholding, Modernizatsiya Rechnogo Transporta (Modernization of River Transport), and Frantsuzskie Aviatsionnye Technologii (French Aviation Technologies).[3] The second company organizes passenger services on the Moscow River aiming to reduce traffic congestions,[9] while the third one produces autogyros.[4][10][11]

He is president of the Russian Taekwondo Federation[2][12] and director of the fund for support and development of higher education Russian Academic Foundation.

Since 2013 Putin is an independent private investment advisor, providing consultancy for investment projects in Russia. In March 2014 Putin founded his own consulting company named Putin Consulting Ltd.,[13] that helps foreign investors realize their investment projects in Russia.[14]

Properties and notable purchasesEdit

Putin owns a large house in the village of Razdory. He is also an owner of a 44-acre estate in Napa and a villa in London.[14][15][16] In September 2015 Putin bought the luxury yacht Silverfast for $90 million during the Monaco Yacht Show.[17] Putin also owns a 38-acre island in the Bahamas where he bought for $75 million.[18]


  1. ^ Harriet Alexander and Yekaterina Kravtsova (14 March 2014). "Putin Consulting opens for business in London - just don't ask to speak to Mr Putin". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 28 January 2016.
  2. ^ a b Поздравляем с Днем рождения Путина Романа Игоревича!.
  3. ^ a b Племянник президента Роман Путин стал советником новосибирского губернатора. 8 June 2012
  4. ^ a b Роман Путин: тайный советник. 14 June 2012
  5. ^ Новосибирский губернатор уволил племянника Путина с поста своего советника. 25 December 2013
  6. ^ Племянник Путина связал свое увольнение с местью семье президента. 25 December 2013
  7. ^ Valery Lavsky and Konstantin Voronov (26 December 2013) Новосибирский губернатор уволил Романа Путина. Kommersant
  8. ^ Роман Путин ответил Василию Юрченко: «Губернатору нужен был лишь пиар на громком имени». 26 December 2013.
  9. ^ Ilya Khrennikov (10 August 2011) Putin’s Nephew to Arrange Moscow River Services, Vedomosti Says.
  10. ^ Силовики нагуляют автожир. Kommersant. 4 August 2011
  11. ^ Putin's cousin to produce gyrocopters near Moscow – paper. RIA Novosti. 4 August 2011.
  12. ^ Председатель Попечительского совета Всероссийской Федерации Таеквон-До (Тхэквондо) ИТФ Путин Роман Игоревич.
  14. ^ a b "Volume 3 - Razdory - Moscow - Residential".
  15. ^ "Young & de la Sota Architects - Architecture, Planning & Interiors".
  16. ^ "For Sale: The London House from "The Parent Trap" Movie". 31 May 2010.
  18. ^ "Slice of Heaven on Earth - Private Island Paradise for $75,000,000 - eXtravaganzi". eXtravaganzi. 19 July 2011.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Roman Putin at Wikimedia Commons