The court estimated the cost remaining after Berezovsky’s assets


A British court has estimated the value of the property remaining after the death of Boris Berezovsky, approximately £34 million ($45 million), reports Reuters with reference to the Press Association.

This amount remains after payment of administrative costs of the case, including court costs, said judge Richard Arnold. He noted that this amount remained “only substantial asset” from the assets of Berezovsky at the time of death.

Arnold added that the assets of Berezovsky — “hopelessly insolvent” because the claims of creditors amount to hundreds of millions of pounds.

The decision was made as part of the process, which involved, including the ex-girlfriend of Boris Berezovsky Elena Gorbunova.

Boris Berezovsky in 2004 entered the “Golden hundred” — the first list of the richest Russians published launched in the same year, Russian Forbes. Then Berezovsky has occupied 47-e a place, and his fortune was estimated at $620 million, the Businessman remained on the list of richest Russians through 2009 and in 2011 returned to him after a year break. The maximum rating as Berezovsky Forbes gave in 2008 when it was valued at $1.3 billion (83rd place). In 2011 Berezovsky is not the first time entered the top one hundred richest Russians — he took the 136 th place, and his fortune the magazine estimated at $0.7 billion After 2011 businessman in the rating was not included.