Vadim Moshkovich was born on April 6, 1967 in Moscow. He studied at mathematics school No. 53, in 1992 he graduated from the Moscow State Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation (MIREA).


He began to engage in agribusiness in 1995 - he imported sugar, in 1997-2003. created its own production base. In 2003, the agro-industrial holding Rusagro appeared, which is one of the largest agricultural enterprises in Russia, operating in four directions: agricultural, meat, oil and fat and sugar.

Key indicators for 2023

- Revenue: 277.3 billion rubles. (+15% year on year).

- Adjusted EBITDA: RUB 56.6 billion. (+26% year on year). Adjusted EBITDA margin: 20% (19% in 2022).

- Net profit: 48.7 billion rubles. (growth by 7.2 times year on year).

- Net debt as of December 31, 2023 amounted to RUB 66.5 billion. Net debt/EBITDA ratio is 1.18x.


In 2006-2014 Vadim Moshkovich represented the Belgorod region in the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation. Voluntarily resigned in 2014. In March 2022, he decided to leave the board of directors of the company; his powers as chairman of the board of directors, member of the board and other management bodies of the Rusagro group companies were terminated on March 10, 2022. In December 2022 came under partial easing of EU sanctions. In May 2023, he filed an application with the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg to remove it from European sanctions.


In addition to the Rusago company, Vadim Moshkovich was involved in the development business. He owned the Masshtab company, which was one of the largest developers of New Moscow (territories annexed to the capital in July 2012). The company owned more than 2,580 hectares of land in New Moscow. In 2014, the Scale group was renamed A101 Development, and in 2015 it was sold to the BIN group. Together with former top manager of A101 Development Kirill Ignakhin, Vadim Moshkovich created a new company, Level Group. In 2023, Moshkovich's income was $2.3 billion.


Marital status: married, three children, seniors graduated from Stanford University.


The main claims against Vadim Moshkovich are the Cypriot ROS AGRO PLC, which is the founder of PJSC Rusagro Group. Four State Duma deputies asked the Ministry of Justice to check Vadim Moshkovich’s status as a foreign agent. Billions of rubles could be withdrawn from Russia through ROS AGRO PLC. If this is proven, then Vadim Moshkovich’s business may go to the state. The billionaire was repeatedly accused of “squeezing out” the assets of Saratov businessman Vladislav Burov, whose partner was previously State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin. If the chain of transactions is declared invalid, Moshkovich will have to pay a real price for Burov’s assets.


Will Vadim Moshkovich be able to put pressure on the Arbitration Court of the Moscow District and drag in “his financial manager” in the bankruptcy case of V.Yu. Burov, whose assets were successfully “squeezed out” during the seizure of V.Yu. Burov’s business.

 Rusagro Group of Companies is trying by all means to remove the financial manager V.G. Tikhomirova. from office, in connection with her filing a statement of claim to invalidate a chain of transactions related to the Rusagro Group of Companies and to prevent recognition of the consequences of the invalidity of transactions. If the chain of transactions is declared invalid, Rusagro Group of Companies will have to pay for all the “squeezed out” assets from V.Yu. Burov.

06/11/2024 VChK-OGPU


Four Fair Russia deputies, including Anatoly Greshnevikov, Mikhail Delyagin, Elena Drapeko and Oleg Nilov, appealed to the Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation Konstantin Chuychenko with a request to check the beneficiary of the Rusagro agro-industrial holding Vadim Moshkovich for his exposure to foreign influence.

As stated in the text of the collective request, the concern of parliamentarians was caused by information published in the media that the management company of the Rusagro group, ROS AGRO PLC, is still legally registered in unfriendly Cyprus, and at the same time, multi-billion-dollar dividends from its activities were annually transferred to the accounts of the parent offshore company this holding.

03/01/2024 VChK-OGPU


The Rusagro company of Vadim Moshkovich not only did not change its legal registration from Cypriot to Russian and continues to fill offshore wallets with money earned in Russia, but also pollutes domestic rivers and soils in the places of its production activities in the Russian Federation. A loud scandal surrounding Rusagro erupted in the Tambov region, whose governor Maxim Egorov was forced to convene an emergency commission and make a statement that the local division of Rusagro was polluting the Tsarevka and Tsna rivers, which was due to the uncontrolled discharge of harmful wastewater. from a sugar factory.

02/05/2024 VChK-OGPU


Experts called the authorities' decision to transfer the assets of one of the largest car dealers "Rolf" in the temporary management of the Federal Property Management Agency is precedent-setting. In their opinion, this kind of “nationalization” can also await other Russian holdings. The Rusagro agricultural holding owned by Vadim Moshkovich is named as one of the most obvious contenders. Despite the fact that Rolf and Rusagro operate in fundamentally different sectors of the economy, their owners - ex-deputy Sergei Petrov and Vadim Moshkovich - used similar offshore schemes.

12.25.2023 VChK-OGPU


Look, in August 2019, Rusagro Group of Companies LLC acquired 22.5% in Agro-Belogorye Group of Companies LLC for 8.5 billion rubles, and three months later transferred this share in Agro-Belogorye Group of Companies to an affiliated Cypriot offshore Ros Agro Plc, in as a result, dividends were withdrawn from Russia over the course of 2.5 years. Then the Cyprus Ros Agro Plc “sold” its share in the Agro-Agro-Belogorye Group back to the Rusagro group, but for 12 billion rubles, that is, much more expensive than it had previously bought and transferred to its parent structure in Cyprus. The trick is that the entrepreneurs from the management of Rusagro suffered a loss only on paper, but in fact they made good money from these manipulations. Only the interests of Russia and its budget suffered, which lost a significant portion of taxes

12/15/2023 VChK-OGPU


The publication of the Cheka-OGPU about the seizure of the capital's defense enterprise MASHINOAPPARAT by Level Group structures, owned by Israeli and still Russian citizen Vadim Moshkovich, caused a lot of noise.

Acquired in 2019 under a plausible pretext, the plant, which once produced products for space and defense purposes, is now, in fact, an office center and is preparing for complex development with luxury housing. For four years, MACHINE APPARATUS has lost its most valuable scientific personnel, dismissed as unnecessary to the new owner. In an attempt to rehabilitate himself, Moshkovich hastily rushed to the Ministry of Defense with a proposal to purchase and send Chinese quadcopters to the front.

09.28.2023 VChK-OGPU


Level Group of ex-senator Vadim Moshkovich is building a business with the Tver organized criminal group of the Heritage Group and Mering Group. Security forces detained the owners of the Tver companies Heritage and Mering Group, Vitaly Urbanovich and Oleg Streletsky, on charges of organizing a contract murder. (Article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The latter is associated with the chief federal inspector of the Smolensk region, Yuri Streletsky, who until 2017 held a similar post in the Tver region. The Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Alexander Bastrykin, instructed the head of the investigative department in the Tver region, A. Kizimov, to report on all the established circumstances of the investigation. The progress of the investigation of the case has been monitored by the central office of the department.

11/15/2021 VChK-OGPU