The second year in a row, Forbes publishes the rating of the most highly paid managers in Russian business. The total annual income of 25 participants in the rating was $ 325 million.
Our top ten includes the most expensive top managers of Russia , who headed the rating of Forbes. It is noteworthy that the leaders of the state sector companies are leading in the list, which earn significantly more than private sector colleagues.
- 10. Mikhail Zadornov( $ 12 million)
- 9. Vladimir Yakunin( $ 15 million)
- 8. Ivan Streshinsky( $ 15 million)
- 7. Dmitry Razumov( $ 15 million)
- 6. Mikhail Kuzovlevmillion)
- 5. German Gref( $ 15 million)
- 4. Andrei Akimov( $ 15 million)
- 3. Alexey Miller( $ 25 million)
- 2. Andrey Costin( $ 35 million)
- 1. Igor Sechin( $ 50 million)million)
10. Mikhail Zadornov( $ 12 million)
Chairman of the Board VTB-24 alternated his political career with work in the banking business. Zadornov was twice a deputy of the State Duma, worked as an advisor to Sberbank and the first deputy chairman of the Russian government.
9. Vladimir Yakunin( $ 15 million)
Yakunin - President of JSC Russian Railways since 2005.In June 2013, there were rumors about the resignation of Yakunin, but half an hour after the sensation in the media, it was refuted by the official Kremlin. Prior to his current position, Top Manager served as First Deputy Minister of Railways.
8. Ivan Streshinsky( $ 15 million)
The general director of USM Advisors worked in the field of aircraft construction, metallurgy, investment, telecommunications. Streshinsky, 44, is an active user of the social network "VKontakte" and an inveterate mushroom picker.
7. Dmitry Razumov( $ 15 million)
General Manager of Onexim Group has been working in his post since 2007.It was then that Mikhail Prokhorov and Vladimir Potanin made a division of assets, and Prokhorov created the group "Onexim."Razumov - the youngest in the rating of "expensive" Top-managers - he turned 38 years old.
6. Mikhail Kuzovlev( 135 million)
The Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Moscow was appointed to this post in April 2011.Prior to that, Kuzovlev worked as the first deputy chairman of the board of VTB Bank. The 47-year-old manager began his career in banking in 1997 as senior vice president of Probusinessbank.
5. Herman Gref( $ 15 million)
Chairman of the Board of Sberbank owns the shares of the company headed for $ 2.19 million. In Gref's career, he works in the St. Petersburg mayor's office, the post of Minister of Economic Development and Trade. In Sberbank, the current head came in 2007.
4. Andrey Akimov( $ 15 million)
Chairman of the Board of Gazprombank this year celebrated its 60th anniversary. Akimov began his career in the Vneshtorgbank of the USSR, managed to work in Switzerland and Austria. To date, Akimov owns a stake in Gazprombank worth about $ 1.8 million
3. Alexey Miller( $ 25 million)
The Chairman of the Board of OAO Gazprom is 51 years old. Miller is a candidate of economic sciences. He managed to work in the mayor's office of St. Petersburg, in the seaport of the Northern capital and as deputy minister of energy of the Russian Federation.
2. Andrey Kostin( $ 35 million)
The permanent head of VTB Bank has been working for more than 10 years. Kostin is 57 years old, his service record includes the service in the Australian consulate general of the USSR, and work as chairman of Vnesheconombank.
1. Igor Sechin( $ 50 million)
The president and chairman of the board of Rosneft leads the rating of the highest-paid top managers of .Sechin is 53 years old, he managed to make a career not only in big business, but also in politics, having worked as an assistant to the president and vice-president of the Government.