Baumgertner could have got a "golden parachute" of $12 million

Vladislav Baumgertner (no. 24 in the rating of the most expensive Russian top managers, according to Forbes, with the total compensation of $5 million), who is currently under house arrest on charges of abuse of power, could have got the compensation in the amount of  $12 million upon quitting as CEO of Uralkali in late 2013. 
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"Uralkali" official representative declined to disclose the size of Baumgertner payments, but said that it was included in the remuneration of the members of the Board in 2013.

Last Friday, "Uralkali" reported that the payment rule amounted to 752 million rubles for the year 2013 - 2.3 times more than in 2012. Of these, 649.5 million rubles were in salaries, 6.6 million - compensation costs 96 million - at a premium. Payments to members of the Board of Directors of "BRIC" also rose - by 9.3% to 86.8 million rubles.

During the reign of "BRIC" in 2012, and in 2013 included 13 people. After the change of ownership of the powers Baumgertner General Director's position was terminated. He was replaced by deputy chairman of the board of directors "Uralhima" Dmitry Osipov. Baumgertner retained a place on the board of "Uralkali" and the sources of the newspaper, close to one of the new shareholders of the company, said that they would like him to stay in the company.

In late July, "Uralkali" has announced the sale of fertilizers break cooperation with the "Belaruskali" and the intention to move to a new distribution withRATEG and increase the amount of fertilizer sold, regardless of their price. A month later, General Director of "Uralkali" Vladislav Baumgertner, who also headed the supervisory board of the Belarusian Potash Company (a joint venture of "BRIC" and "Belaruskali"), was arrested in Minsk. He and four other top managers of the trader accused of abuse of power and damage to Belarus at $ 100 million in relation to the Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov (№20 in the ranking of 200 richest businessmen of Russia on the version of Forbes, the state - $ 7.1 billion)., Who was then the largest shareholder of "BRIC" in Belarus also sued.

In November, Baumgertner was transferred to Belarus in Russia, where in relation to him and brought the case. Some time top manager had been in prison, after he was transferred to house arrest. In late 2013, Suleiman Kerimov, Filaret Galchev (№22; state - $ 6.7 billion) and Anatoly Skurov (№64; state - $ 1.7 billion) sold 47.1% of shares of "BRIC" group "Onexim" Mikhail Prokhorov ( №10; state - $ 13 billion) and "Uralchem" Dmitry Mazepin (№33; stateof - $ 3.2 billion).