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Alrosa Reelects Finance Minister as Chairman

Jul 14, 2020 4:09 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Alrosa’s supervisory board has reelected Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov as its chairman. He has held the position since 2015.

Members of the board also reelected Aysen Nikolaev, head of the Republic of Yakutia, as first deputy chairman, and Alrosa CEO Sergey Ivanov as deputy chairman, Alrosa reported Monday. The election took place on Friday as an absentee vote amid coronavirus restrictions.

Meanwhile, Alexei Moiseev, Russia’s deputy finance minister, won backing for another term as chairman of the strategic planning committee.

Other members of the strategic planning committee are:

Aysen Nikolaev
Sergey Ivanov
Kirill Dmitriev
Andrey Donets
Maria Gordon (independent director)
Evgenia Grigorieva
Sergey Mestnikov
Alexey Noskov (independent director)
Vladimir Rashevsky
Maxim Tereshchenko
Oleg Fedorov.

The following people — all independent directors — are on the audit committee:

Maria Gordon (head)
Dmitry Konov
Alexey Noskov

The human-resources and remunerations committee comprises:

Evgenia Grigorieva (chair)
Maria Gordon
Dmitry Konov
Alexey Noskov

Image: Anton Siluanov. (Shutterstock)
Tags: Alexei Moiseev, Alexey Noskov, Alrosa, Andrey Donets, Anton Siluanov, Aysen Nikolaev, Dmitry Konov, Evgenia Grigorieva, Kirill Dmitriev, Maria Gordon, Maxim Tereshchenko, Oleg Fedorov, Rapaport News, Russia, Sergey Ivanov, Sergey Mestnikov, Vladimir Rashevsky, Yakutia
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