Seyfeddin Roustamov is an energy and chemicals industry professional, developer, investor and philanthropist. He resides in the US with his wife and their three children.
Seyfeddin Roustamov was born on June 17, 1962 in Qusar, Azerbaijan.
He is a graduate the Social Humanitarian Institute.
Since 2000, he has been actively involved in chemical and petrochemical industry trade, oil and gas projects, investments in energy funds and commercial and residential real estate.
CHEMICAL ASSETS In 2014 Seyfeddin Roustamov became the major shareholder of the chemical company Metafrax (Perm region). The majority shareholder of PJSC Metafrax is the Russian company MetaHolding, which is managed by Seyfeddin Roustamov. By 2017, he had consolidated 94% of the company’s assets.
Today Metafrax is a group of companies with the production capacity in Russia (Perm region, Moscow region) and Europe (Krems, Austria) and the largest producer of methanol, formaldehyde and synthetic resins in Russia and Europe.
The annual revenue of Metafrax Group exceeded USD 660 million and the annual volume of investments amounted to USD 80 million.
PHILANTHROPIC ACTIVITY Seyfeddin Roustamov and his family spend a significant amount of time on projects related to the development of charity infrastructure. The spouses are wholeheartedly involved in their philanthropic interests and support a number of foundations in the field of preservation of health, transplantology, cancer control, including, inter alia, the following:
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation;
Inova Health System Foundation;
Support of Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
They sponsor and participate in major charity sport events. The family contributes to The National Museum of Women in the Arts and supports Kennedy center performing art program. Education and support for young people is an enduring aspect of Roustamov family philanthropy. They have been a strong supporter of many educational programs, dedicated to intellectual, spiritual, physical and social development of young generation.
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