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Leonid Boguslavsky Biography
Leonid Boguslavsky is one of the most popular and richest Entrepreneur who was born on June 17, 1951 in Moscow, Russia.
From 1973—1990, he conducted scientific research at the Institute of Control Sciences of the USSR Academy of Sciences in mathematics for computer systems and networks. Upon receiving his Doctorate of Science (Engineering) Boguslavsky wrote more than 100 articles, 3 scientific books and made several inventions while spearheading his own laboratory. He was the first scientist from USSR who published his results on new algorithms for virtual memory management in IEEE Transactions on Computers in the United States Scientific Journal that covers aspects of Computer Science.
Boguslavsky studied physics-mathematics at school in Moscow, USSR. In middle school he won the Moscow University Biology Olympiad and went on a year later to win the USSR TV Mathematics Olympiad. Boguslavsky graduated from the Moscow Institute of Transport Engineering (MIIT) in 1973, majoring in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics.
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|Anastassia Boguslavskaya, Dimitri Boguslavsky, Zoya Boguslavskaya, Mark Boguslavsky
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In 1989 started his work on the LogoVAZ. Boguslavsky became a deputy director and a shareholder, first organizing the computer business of LogoVAZ and then completing several other business projects.
Leonid Boguslavsky Net Worth
Leonid Boguslavsky is one of the richest Entrepreneur from Russia. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Leonid Boguslavsky's net worth 2.3 billion USD (2020).* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)
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|2.3 billion USD (2020)
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|2.3 billion USD (2020)
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In 1990, Boguslavsky was offered by Oracle Corporation to distribute Oracle software products in the USSR and he concluded the exclusive distribution agreement with Oracle for the territory of the USSR.
From 1991 to 1992, he served as a visiting professor at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Toronto, Canada.
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In 1985, together with a team of developers from the Academy of Science of Moldova, Boguslavsky launched a project to create a software system to connect IBM mainframes with Digital minicomputers and personal computers into an integrated computer network. As a result, he was awarded two significant contracts to implement these networks in 1987, one in a Czech coil mining company and another at the Polytechnic University in Slovakia.
In 1993, LVS developed the Oracle-based information system for the apartment privatization of Moscow. The system was awarded the Computer World Smithsonian Award in the United States and was featured in the Oracle Annual Report.
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In 1992, Boguslavsky used his shareholding stake in LogoVAZ to redeem the computer business from the Company and its shareholders in order to concentrate on his own business – the company LVS. LVS became the first or one of the first Russian business partners of many well-known software, computer, and network vendors.
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Leonid Ranked on the list of most popular Entrepreneur. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in Russia. Leonid Boguslavsky celebrates birthday on June 17 of every year.
In 1994, LVS was awarded a contract to provide the whole IT infrastructure for the State Duma of Russia and successfully carried out the project.
Boris Kagan, who had a daughter Maria with his second wife Natalya Grigorievna Valentinova (born 1930) and lived with his second wife at Marina del Rey in Los Angeles at the time of his death on 7 November 2013, and his mother is Kagan's first wife Zoya Boguslavskaya who was married from 1964 until his death on 1 June 2010 to the poet Andrei Voznesensky who was a student of the author of Doctor Zhivago Boris Pasternak and during the Khrushchev Thaw had travelled to the United States in the 1960s and met with Robert Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Arthur Miller and Allen Ginsberg..
Leonid Boguslavsky (born June 17, 1951 Moscow, Soviet Union) is a USSR-born Canadian entrepreneur, scientist and venture capital investor..
In 1973 under the rector Fyodor Kochnev, Boguslavsky graduated from the Moscow Institute of Transport Engineering, (MIIT) where his father Boris Kagan taught, majoring in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics..
From 1973 to 1990, he conducted scientific research at the Institute of Control Sciences of the USSR Academy of Sciences in mathematics for computer systems and networks..
In 1985, together with a team of developers from the Academy of Science of Moldova, Boguslavsky launched a project to create a software system to connect IBM mainframes with Digital minicomputers and personal computers into an integrated computer network..
As a result, he was awarded two significant contracts to implement these networks in 1987, one in a Czech coal mining company and another at the Polytechnic University in Slovakia..
In 1989, Boguslavsky started to work in a Soviet Italian joint venture focused on computer network projects in Czechoslovakia..
He founded LVS in 1990..
In 1990, Boguslavsky was offered by Oracle Corporation to distribute Oracle software products in the USSR and he concluded the exclusive distribution agreement with Oracle for the territory of the USSR..
From 1991 to 1992, he served as a visiting professor at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Toronto, Canada..
In 1992, Boguslavsky concentrated on his own business – the company LVS which is a systems integration business..
In 1993, LVS developed the Oracle-based information system for the apartment registrar of Moscow..
In 1994, LVS became so dominant as the producer of electronic voting machine equipment and its software that by 1997 PricewaterhouseCoopers chose LVS and its software and equipment as system integrator with Boguslavsky becoming a senior partner and receiving $10 million from Pricewaterhouse's buyout of LVS..
Boguslavsky holds Canadian citizenship since 1996..
In late 1996 Boguslavsky sold LVS to PricewaterhouseCoopers (currently known as PwC) and then became a Managing Partner at PwC, in charge of its Management Consulting Services (MCS) practice in Russia in early 1997..
In December 1999, Boguslavsky met investment bankers Charles Ryan (UFG), Michael Calvey (Baring Vostok) and David Mixer (Rex Capital), who were planning to set up an Internet investment company at that time..
Beginning in 2000, Boguslavsky learned investment principles from Baring Vostok employees Michael Calvey and especially Elena Ivashentseva (Russian: Елена Ивашенцева), a Baring Vostok managing partner, and, as of March 2020, Boguslavsky has six joint projects with Baring Vostok..
In 2000, ru-Net Holdings Limited, an investment company with startup capital of $20 million, was jointly founded by Boguslavsky, Charles Ryan of UFG, Michael Calvey of Baring Vostok and David Mixer of Rex Capital..
During 2000 and 2001, ru-Net Holdings survived the dot-com crisis, although some investors intended to exit the business and distribute the remaining funds..
Boguslavsky left PwC in 2001 and became CEO and chairman of the board of directors of ru-Net Holdings..
ru-Net Holdings made its first investments in a couple of system integration and software development companies in 2002, buying stakes in TopS (Russia-based enterprise management systems integrator) and VDI (offshore programming)..
In 2006 he set up his own investment company ru-Net Limited that took control of his assets and made new investments in IT and Internet technologies and services..
Later, VDI merged with Epam to become the largest offshore programming and software outsourcing company in Central and Eastern Europe and launched an IPO on NASDAQ. ru-Net Holdings restructured its business in 2006 with only Yandex shares left and the company changed its name to Internet Search Investment Limited (ISIL)..
In 2007 Boguslavsky invested in HeadHunter and iContext..
Boguslavsky left the board of directors in Yandex in 2008 as he started investing in companies that could potentially create a conflict of interest with Yandex..
In 2010 Boguslavsky invested in Biglion..
Yandex floated 17.6% of its shares on NASDAQ for $1.3 billion on 24 May 2011..
In 2011 and 2012, ru-Net sold its shareholdings in the system integration and IT service companies EPAM, Systematica, Energodata, and PSI Energo..
In 2011 Leonid set up a US-based subsidiary, the venture capital company - ru-Net Technology Partners (RTP Ventures), opening a New York office..
He was named the Internet investor of the year (Forbes, 2012) and the most successful investor of the year (RBC, 2017)..
He received an investment return of 400 or 500 times from his original stake of $11 million in 2012 with his American company Datadog after its IPO which has a capitalization of $32 billion at the end of 2020, generating approximately $5 billion in profit..
In 2013, Boguslavsky together with his mother, Zoya Boguslavskaya, established the Andrei Voznesensky Fund in memory of Zoya's late husband, Russian Poet, Andrei Voznesensky..
In 2013, he started his first triathlon training and took part in several Ironman races..
In the United States his investments include RingCentral, which had a successful IPO in 2013..
Leonid is not and has not been a tax resident in Russia since February 2015..
A year and a half later, being a prizewinner of several races in his age category, he qualified for the 2015 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii..
In 2016, Boguslavsky created the Andrei Voznesensky Center of Culture..
In 2016, Boguslavsky invested in the coaching company Iloverunning Family (that now is known as I Love SuperSport holding company), and in European internet company Urban Sport Club, that sells passes to sport and fitness clubs..
He is the founder of Super League Triathlon, having established it in 2017 and has stakes in Zwift which provides equipment for virtual running and virtual cycling..
Among some of the early investments was German startup Delivery Hero that later in 2017 was valuated at €4.5 billion at IPO..
In October 2018, ru-Net rebranded to RTP Global..
In March 2020, Boguslavsky explained in an interview that he has two companies focusing on artificial intelligence (AI): one in Russia and one in Germany..
In 2020, Leonid set up RTP Global third fund of $650 million..
RTP Global manages assets in excess of $3 billion as of early 2022. .
Boguslavsky released a statement in February 2022 calling "for an immediate end to the catastrophic and unjustified war in Ukraine", adding that he "could not remain silent seeing what is happening in Ukraine". The statement included that he "moved from Russia to Canada as a young man to work as a University Professor, and it was from here that he started an investment career that has turned into a global portfolio of successful businesses [...] Leonid has no political ties to Russia"..