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PostTwo Bogdanovs: Andrei V and Andrey I (from Ric Mauricio) (John Eipper, USA, 04/20/18 3:57 am)
Ric Mauricio responds to Boris Volodarsky (19 April):
No, actually the first name is spelled Andrey, not Andrei. The patronymic is Iurevici.
From a news article in 2015:
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian prosecutors have indicted Russia's Petrotel Lukoil refinery in Romania and its director-general, who is a Russian citizen, in a 2 billion euro criminal probe, prosecutors said in a statement. "Prosecutors from the Ploiesti court of appeals completed the inquiry and indicted Andrey Iurevici Bogdanov, a Russian citizen ... for money laundering and for the use in bad faith of the company's capital," it said. Three other Petrotel officials were also indicted, as was the Netherlands-registered Lukoil Europe Holdings Bvatrium, the statement said. (Reporting by Radu Marinas; editing by Matthias Williams)
JE comments: Andrei/y are two transliterations of the same Russian name. Iurevici must be a "Romanianization" of Yurevich, son of Yuri.
Confused? Here's Ric Mauricio's original post on Andrey Iurevici Bogdanov: