ICS Holding founder Anton Cherepennikov has passed away, Russian investors filed a class action lawsuit against Euroclear, Ural Airlines will buy more than 50 new aircraft. These and other news of the day are in the RB summary.

Investor lawsuit against Euroclear, new planes for Ural Airlines and growth in tourist flow to Oman: highlights of July 22


  • At the age of 40, the founder of ICS Holding, Anton Cherepennikov, passed away. The preliminary cause of death is cardiac arrest.

  • Russian investors filed the first class action lawsuit against Euroclear Bank for 2 billion rubles.


  • Ural Airlines applied for the lease of 38 MS-21 aircraft with the expectation of receiving them in 2029-2030, and has also received permission from the US and the EU to purchase 19 Airbus aircraft.

  • Faberlic, a Moscow-based cosmetics manufacturer, received a preferential loan in the amount of 100 million rubles for the development of export activities.


  • Georgia has become one of the three most popular air destinations among Russians, according to Aviasales, bypassing the United Arab Emirates and Israel.

  • The tourist flow from Russia to Oman increased by 35% due to the resumption of direct flights between Moscow and Muscat, according to the tour operator Resort Holiday.

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Ahmed Sadulayev

Source: RB

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