Roman Pipia Biography / Wiki
Born on 8 April 1966, Roman Pipia is a Georgian businessman, founder of Loyal Capital Group, and owner and president of Georgian Umaglesi Liga club Dinamo Tbilisi – several-time winner of Georgian championship and most prominent football club throughout Georgia.
Since 2007 Pipia has been expanding businesses in Georgia, having implemented several highly profitable projects. (Loyal Capital Group, Hyatt Regency, Rustavi enterprise “Azot”, Reorganization of FC Dinamo Tbilisi).
Roman Pipia Family / Siblings / Ethnicity
Pipia was born in Gagra, Georgia. Pipia received his bachelor’s degree at the Russian University of Consumer Cooperatives (former Moscow University of Consumer Cooperatives) in 1996 and became Ph.D. in economic sciences at Saratov State Academy of Economics.
Roman Pipia Wife / Spouse / Girlfriend / Children
Pipia is married with 3 children.
Roman Pipia Age / Net Worth / 2021
As of 2021, Roman is 55 years old and has a net worth of around $5 million.
- Full Name: Roman Pipia
- Nick Names: Roman Pipia
- Birthday: 8 April 1966
- Age in 2021: 55
- Birth Place: Gagra, Georgian SSR, Soviet Union
- School: N/A
- College/University: Russian University of Consumer Cooperatives
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- Profession: Businessman, founder of Loyal Capital Group
- Nationality: Russian
- Ethnicity/Race: Asian
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- Zodiac: Aries
- Net Worth: $5 million
- Height: 5 feet 10 inches
- Weight: 60 kg
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- Body Type: Unkown
- Hair Color: Black
- Eye Color: Black
- Father: N/A
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- Wife / Spouse: Unknown
- Girlfriend / Dating / Affairs: N/A
- Children: 3
Trivia / Facts
- Having started his career in Russian Federation Pipia has been actively involved in various business sectors throughout Russia as a CEO or shareholder/owner.
- For the first time within its 60-year history, football club Sokol was able to join Russian Premier League with Pipia at the helm in 1997–2001.
- On Pipia’s initiative Georgia’s most important stadium Dinamo Arena was reconstructed to follow the FIFA-UEFA standards yielding the possibility to host the Europe Super Bowl.