Boris Titov Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Boris Titov is a 61-years-old Russian Politician from the Russia. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Boris Titov Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Boris Titov was born on 24 December 1960 in Russia. let’s check out the Boris’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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Titov was officially nominated by his party on December 21. He submitted the documents required for registration to the CEC the next day. Titov’s documents were approved by the CEC on December 25, which meant that he could begin collecting signatures. A party spokesman commented that the collection of signatures in support of Titov would begin early in January 2018.


In 2018 election Titov run for President of Russia, but was defeated by incumbent Vladimir Putin.

On November 26, Boris Titov declared that he would run for President in 2018.


According to Titov, the main purpose of his participation in the election was to promote the party’s Growth Strategy economic program, which was prepared by the Stolypin Club and presented to President Vladimir Putin in May 2017. During the campaign Titov and his team intend to travel around the country to promote the program.


On February 29, 2016, at the VII Congress of the Right Cause party, he was elected its chairman, saying the change of political course of the party, at the “party business” and its re-branding.


June 26, 2012, the board of directors of Abrau-Durso voted to terminate Titov’s authority as the director of the company, in connection with his transfer to the civil service and election to the board of directors.

On June 22, 2012, a decree by the Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized Titov to protect the rights of entrepreneurs under the President of Russia.


In 2008, he headed the Supreme Council of the party Civilian Power and began to create a new right-wing party in Russia. In November of the same year, the Democratic Party of Russia, Civilian Power, and the Union of Right Forces were disbanded and founded a new party Right Cause. Congress approved its three co-chairs. They were the former deputy chairman of the Union of Right Forces Leonid Gozman, a journalist Georgy Bovt, and Titov. A few days later, the decision of X Congress of United Russia was to prematurely terminate Titov’s powers as a member of the Supreme Council of the party.


In October 2007, he was elected a member of the Supreme Council of United Russia.


In 2005–2008, Titov was a member of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation.


In 2003, he became co-chair, and in May 2004, the chairman of the all-Russian Business Russia public organization. In this capacity, he criticized the rigid financial policies of the Minister of Finance Alexei Kudrin. He insisted on the need to increase domestic production of goods, stimulate demand, attract investments, and change tax cuts and the refinancing rate of the Central Bank.


In 2000, he was elected to be a member of the board and vice-president of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.


In 1989, Titov resigned from a state-owned company and was appointed Head of the Department of Chemistry of the joint Soviet-Dutch enterprise Urals. In 1991, he and his partners created their own company, Solvalub. They bought London-based solvents and lubricants, with which they collaborated for a project involving Urals and the VO Soviet Oil Export (Russian: Союзнефтеэкспорт , romanized: Soyuznyeftexport, lit. ‘[Soviet] Union oil export’). He became executive director of the SVL Group companies. He was also mentioned in the mainstream media as the chairman of the board of the group. Later, the company turned into an investment and trading group, operating in the oil market, agro- and petrochemicals, and liquefied gases. The company very quickly became involved in refinancing exports from Russia, the organization of project financing, and investments in production and transportation projects. Titov, who is the majority owner of Solvalub, was valued at $2 billion in 2008.


Boris Yurievich Titov (Russian: Борис Юрьевич Титов; born 24 December 1960) is a Russian politician, businessman, and Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs’ Rights. He has led the Party of Growth (Russian: Партия Роста ; Partiya Rosta, pronounced [ˈpartʲɪjə ˈrostə] ) previously known as “Just Cause” (Russian: Правое Дело , romanized: Právoye Dyelo, lit. ‘Just Cause’ pronounced [ˈpravəjə ˈdʲɛɫə] ) since February 2016.

Boris Titov was born in Moscow on Christmas Eve, 1960. In 1983, he graduated from the Department of Economics at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations.

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Real NameBoris Yurievich Titov

Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

Age (2021)61 Years
BirthplaceRussian SFSR
Date Of Birth24 December 1960
HometownRussian SFSR
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Marital StatusMarried
WifeElena Titova
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Boris Yurievich Titov Net Worth

The Boris Yurievich Titov Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)$80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD

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