From Dyukov to Savelyev: the list of gold directors has been updated

Forbes introduced a third rating of capitalist directors. This year, for the first time, the president of Sberbank German Gref and the general director of Aeroflot Vitaly Savelyev got into it.
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The Forbes capitalist rating is the third time. Its members are managers who own shares in their companies, and their packages are rated the most highly. Of the 200 largest companies in terms of revenue for 2018, we selected those whose owners share shares with managers.

The short list includes current executives and former, who, after leaving the post of president, general director or CEO, continued to work on the board of directors, and their packages do not exceed 10% of the authorized capital. To evaluate public companies, we took quotes on October 22, 2019. Evaluation of private was carried out mainly by comparison with traded counterparts.

The threshold for entering the rating was $ 2.2 million - with this result the newcomer, Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Savelyev, was in 20th place. The first place, like last year, was taken by the former president of Sibur F 13 holding Alexander Dyukov, deputy chairman of the company's board of directors - his Forbes package was valued at $ 472 million. The total valuation of the shares of all 20 directors was 35% lower than in the past year - $ 2.2 billion.

Of the last year’s rating participants, no one increased their packages, but many reduced, some to zero. The leader of the 2017 rating, Dmitry Strezhnev F 108, who had been managing the company Eurochem F 21 for 15 years by Andrey Melnichenko F 8, left in the summer of 2019, selling his 10% stake in the company for $ 785 million. His United Engineering Group now manages the automobile factory "Ural". Previously, the plant was part of Oleg Deripaska’s GAZ group F 30, Strezhnev not only studied at Moscow State University with him, but also lived in the same dormitory room.

The list was also left by Sergey Boev (led by RTI), Roman Savushkin (led by NPK UVK) and Sergey Ivanov (Alrosa). Unlike the first two, Ivanov did not go anywhere; he was still the general director of Alrosa, but he reduced his share very much - from 0.041% of shares, which last year cost $ 4.4 million, to 0.008% ($ 733,200). Boev became the general director of IAC Vympel and a member of the board of AFK Sistema. Savushkin sold his stake in OVK (0.9% of the shares), stepped down as chairman of the board of directors and in February 2019 became the beneficiary of 9.9% of the shares of the First Heavyweight Company, which is also involved in rail transportation. He has no managerial positions in this company. The newcomers to the rating were also Mikhail Oseevsky, Rostelecom (16th place, $ 5.9 million), Andrey Dubovskov, AFK Sistema (18th place, $ 4.7 million) and German Gref, Sberbank (19th place , $ 2.6 million).