Jorrit Faassen got the limelight after being in a relationship with Mariya Putina, the daughter of Vladimir Putin. He is a Dutch businessman who has been working as an executive of 'Gazprom'.
He was born in 1980, in Netherland and his middle name is "Joost". Faassen completed his education at The Hague University and got a degree in Architecture.
Let's look at some unknown exciting facts about him.
Net worth: $2 million
Jorit Faassen has an estimated net worth of $2 million which he has earned through a business. He has served as President of Russia's former security officer since 2012.
Previously, he was also working in the same position from 2000 to 2008. Moreover, Jerrit was also Russia's prime minister under his associate Dmitry Medvedev during his presidential term.
Wife: Mariya Putina
Jorrit Faassen is married to Mariya Putina, the eldest daughter of Putin and his first wife Lyudmila Putina. The couple exchanged their vow after having a secret relationship. The pair is currently living in a penthouse in Voorschoten, located in South Holland.
Son-in-Law of Russian President
As mentioned previously, Faassen is the son-in-law of Vladimir Putin. His father-in-law is a Russian politician who has been serving as the President of Russia since 2012. He has also served as Prime Minister from 1999 to 2000 and from 2008 to 2012.
Besides that, Putin is the owner of several multi-billion dollar commodity firms. His total net worth is $70 billion whereas his salary is $187 thousand per annum.
Has a Daughter
He is the father of a daughter with his spouse. Faassen and Putina have not been revealed any information in front of the media. As being a well-known person, they have kept their child away from the limelight and prefer her to live a private life.
Jorrit Faassen was attacked by the bodyguards of the Russian banker, Matvey Urin. The incident took place on 14th November 2010, on the Rublevskoye Highway near Moscow,
The head of Breeze Bank and all four branches of Moscow banks got bankrupt which is also one of the reasons for the incident.