The richest top-managers of Russia in 2015

Sharp reduction in the price of "wooden" in relation to "evergreen" hit not only on ordinary Russians, but also the richest top managers of Russia made it a little poorer. However, the difference between the incomes of ordinary citizens and highly paid managers is so great that the latter are hardly dependent on the dollar exchange rate. Forbes magazine found out how much the leaders of the largest Russian companies earn in currency.

Rating updated, read the current list of the richest top-managers of Russia in 2016 by the version of the Forbes magazine.

The richest were selected from the heads of 70 enterprises of the Russian Federation, whose revenue was the highest in 2014.The rating did not include state corporations and companies under the management of owners, such as Norilsk Nickel and Lukoil.

The final assessment of revenues takes into account short-term and long-term remuneration, income received from participation in directorships of subsidiaries and remuneration received outside of Russia. To convert ruble income to the US currency, the average rate of the previous year was 38.6 rubles per 1 dollar.

We present to you the top ten of the richest top managers of Russia .


  • 10. Mikhail Kuzovlev, $ 9.5 million
  • 9. Vladimir Yakunin, $ 11 million
  • 8. Ruben Aganbegyan, $ 11 million
  • 7. Mikhail Shamolin, $ 11.6 million
  • 6. German Gref, $ 13.5 million
  • 5Ivan Streshinsky, $ 15 million
  • 4. Dmitry Razumov, $ 15 million
  • 3. Igor Sechin, $ 17.5 million
  • 2. Andrei Kostin, $ 21 million
  • 1. Alexey Miller, $ 27 million

10. Mikhail Kuzovlev, 9.5million dollars

Ex-President - Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Moscow. Since 2011, he heads the Business Council for Cooperation with Cyprus. Dimitris Christofias( former President of Cyprus) is the godfather of Kuzovlev.

9. Vladimir Yakunin, $ 11 million

In August 2015, he left the post of the head of JSC Russian Railways, losing to Oleg Belozerov.

8. Ruben Aganbegyan, $ 11 million

General Director and Chairman of the Board of JSC Otkritie Holding. His father is the famous Soviet academician-economist Abel Aganbegyan, so Aganbegyan Jr. is familiar with economics and banking from his childhood.

7. Mikhail Shamolin, 11.6 million dollars

Head of the Joint-Stock Financial Corporation Sistema, which owns a minority stake in Ozon. Having $ 11.6 million, Chamolin is likely to be able to buy the entire range of this online store.

6. Herman Gref, 13.5 million dollars

Since 2002, he holds the position of chairman of the board of Sberbank of Russia. Speaking at the Kazan Forum of Innovative Technologies Finnopolis in September 2015 Gref said that he owns a small number of "bitcoins", only after the purchase they fell heavily in price. Fortunately, now "bitcoins" have again risen in price.

5. Ivan Streshinsky, $ 15 million

Head of USM Advisors, a member of the USM holding. The holding itself belongs to Alisher Usmanov and his partners. Streshinsky is not a public person, but it is known that the businessman is a member of the boards of directors of several companies: Group, Megafon, Kommersant Holding, UTH Russia Ltd.

4. Dmitry Razumov, $ 15 million

One of the youngest participants in the rating( Razumova, 40) has gone from lawyer to Clifford Chance to the CEO of Onexim Group. In 2014, he joined the Board of Directors of Uralkali and became the head of the Board of Directors of the basketball club Brooklyn Nets.

3. Igor Sechin, 17.5 million dollars

The president of Rosneft is the only Russian among the world's 100 most influential people in the Titans nomination( Time magazine from 2013).And thanks to Sechin, a 48% stake in VKontakte in 2013 was bought by an investment company close to the Kremlin, due to which Pavel Durov was pushed back from his "brainchild" and the social network was taken under state control. After studying the quarterly reports of Rosneft, the Vedomosti newspaper came to the conclusion that Sechin receives about half a million rubles a day.

2. Andrei Kostin, 21 million dollars

The second line in the rating of the richest Russian top managers went to the head of VTB Bank. In 2013, Kostin's remuneration was $ 37 million and he was the leader of last year's list.

1. Alexey Miller, 27 million dollars

The most expensive top manager of 2015 in Russia. The 53-year-old head of the company, the famous slogan "dreams come true".He receives remuneration in Gazprom and is the head of the board of directors of 8 companies that are members of the holding. More than 2 million dollars Miller received for just one job at Gazprombank in 2014.In 2010, Harvard Business Review magazine named Alexei Miller the most effective top manager in the world.