Norilsk Nickel (Russian: Φрисини) is a Russian nickel and a mining company and palladium smelter. Its largest operations are located in the Norilsk-Talnach region near the Yenisi River, in northern Russia. It also has holdings near the Kola Peninsula in Nickel, Zabolyarini and Monchigursk; in western Finland in Hargavala; and in southern Africa in Botswana and South Africa. Norilsk Nickel headquartered in Moscow, it is the world's second largest nickel producer. It ranks among the top ten copper producers. the company is listed on MICEX-RTS. By December 2019, the main shareholders were Vladimir Botanin (34.57%) and Oleg Deripaska (27.82%) and Roman Abram (27.82%) and Roman Abram (27.82%). Krisbian Investments Ltd. in December 2010, Norelsk made a share buyback offer for Srual's 25% stake in the company for US$12 billion, but the offer was rejected. In March 2019, Abramovich sold a 1.7% stake in the company for us$551 million, mostly to British and Russian investors. Both Botanin and Rusal of Deripaska were prevented from buying any shares.