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ALROSA's Shareholders Elect Supervisory Board

Dec 20, 2013 6:36 AM   By ALROSA
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Press Release: At an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) of ALROSA that was held in Mirniy, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) on December 20, 2013, shareholders voted to elect the new supervisory board of the company.

According to election results, shareholders voted for the following:

1. Fyodor Andreev, ALROSA's president and CEO
2. Sergey Barsukov, a director of the financial policy department for Russia's Ministry of Finance
3. Pavel Borodin, a vice president at VimpelCom
4. Ivan Demyanov, a vice president at ALROSA
5. Sergey Dubinin, the chairman of the supervisory council for VTB Bank
6. Dmitry Zakharov, the general director of RIC-Finance
7. Valentina Kondratyeva, Yakutia's head of state autonomous agency center for strategic research
8. Nadezhda Kononova, the deputy general director of Republican Investment Company
9. Vasily Lukyantsev, the first deputy head of administration for Lensk district municipality
10. Sergey Mestnikov, the first deputy minister of Yakutia's property and land relations
11. Denis Morozov, a representative of Russia's board of directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
12. Nina Osipova, a deputy finance minister in Yakutia
13. Oleg Fyodorov, an adviser to the head of Federal Agency for State Property Management
14. Alexander Shokhin, the president of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
15. Ilya Yuzhanov, a board member for OTKRITIE Financial Corporation

ALROSA's shareholders also voted to approve the revised version of regulations for the remuneration of the supervisory board members. The shareholders’ meeting appointed on December 20 was convened in autumn 2013 at the initiative of Yakutia in connection with the tragic death of representatives  Victor Yefimov and Alexander Morozkin, who perished in an air disaster on July 2, 2013. 

REFERENCE:
ALROSA is world's largest producer of rough diamonds by carat volume. ALROSA is engaged in the exploration, mining, manufacturing and sales of diamonds. The Company's operations are located in Yakutia and Arkhangelsk region of Russia. In 2012 the company produced 34.4 million carats of rough diamonds; revenue  was $4.6 billion (RUB 150.9 billion).

 

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