Miller led the rating of the most expensive top managers, according to Forbes

Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Board of Gazprom, led the list of the highest-paid CEOs in Russia for the first time, according to Forbes. According to the magazine's assessment, his remuneration in 2014 rose from $25 million to $27 million.
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"Gazprom" Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Board became the most expensive top-manager Russia, according to Forbes. Head of oil and gas giant topped a similar ranking for the first time, the magazine notes.

According to estimates of Forbes, Miller, in 2014 the remuneration was increased from $ 25 million to $ 27 million. The total remuneration of key managers amounts to $ 113.8 million. The magazine notes that Miller not only pays income "Gazprom". Predpravleniya company also heads the board of directors of the holding of eight companies, including "Gazprom Neft", Gazprombank, "SOGAZ" and "Gazprom-Media". In 2014, Miller received more than $ 2 million just from Gazprombank.

In second place rating Forbes put the head of VTB Andrey Kostin, who topped the list last year. The size of his remuneration reduced from $ 37 million in 2013 to $ 21 million in 2014. In this work of "Rosneft" the deputy chairman of the board of directors Kostin paid $ 560 thousand.

The third line of the list took the head of "Rosneft" Igor Sechin. His remuneration for the past year totaled $ 17.5 million. Forbes noted thatassessment of income Sechin held in the past year, but it was not published because of the trial at the suit of the head of "Rosneft" to the magazine. Then Savelovsky court ordered the publication to refute the data that Sechin has earned $ 50 million in 2012.

On the fourth and fifth magazine put Dmitry Razumov, general director of the group "Onexim", and Ivan Streshinsky, "Metalloinvest" the head of the board of directors and a member of USM Holdings sovdirov. Their reward Forbes estimated at $ 15 million, for the year the income of top managers remained the same.

The head of Sberbank German Gref was in sixth place for $ 13.5 million. Last year, Forbes estimated his reward of $ 16 million. The President of AFK "Sistema" Mikhail Shamolin took seventh place, the year of his remuneration dropped from $ 15 million to $ 11.6 mL . President of the "FC Opening" Ruben Aganbegyan (eighth place) earned $ 11 million. Previously, he was in the Forbes rating was not included.

Ex-President of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin, who left the post of head of Russian Railways in August this year, has received $ 11 million, for the year of his remuneration reduced by $ 4 million. Closed the top ten highest paid top managers former president of the Bank of Moscow Mikhail Kuzovlev. His reward, according to Forbes estimates, in 2014 decreased from $ 17 million to $ 9.5 million. In July Kuzovlev headed the board of the bank "Russian capital".

The Forbes ranking also included Board Chairman Mikhail Zadornov, VTB24 (11th place, $ 8.5 million) and the Chairman of the Board of Gazprombank Andrey Akimov (12th place, $ 8 million). The remuneration of the former Chairman of the Board of JSC "RusHydro" Yevgeny Dod, MTS President Andrei Dubovskov, General Director of "Gazprom oil" Alexander Dyukov and CEO of En + Maxim Sokov was at $ 7 million.

General Director of "Basic Element" Gulzhan Moldazhanova have on the 17th place ($ 6 million), becoming the only woman in the ranking. General Director of "Megaphone" Ivan Tavrin became the 18th, for $ 6 million. At the 19th place rating Forbes put the Chairman of the Board and General Director of "Sibur Holding" Dmitry Konov, his reward magazine estimated at $ 5.5 million.

President of "Bashneft" Alexander Corsica closed the twenty rankings ($ 5 million). The last five lines listtook the CEO "Tatneft" Nail Maganov ($ 5 million), Chief Executive Officer of Alfa-Bank Alexey Marey ($ 4.5 million), Chairman of the Board of GC "Renova" Alexei Moskov ($ 4.5 million), general director of "EuroChem" Dmitry Strezhnev ($ 4.5 million) and general manager of UC Rusal, Vladislav Soloviev ($ 4.4 million).

Estimates of Forbes, in total 25 participants ranking in 2014 paid $ 242 million is 17% less than the previous year ($ 291 million). Only seven companies, including "Gazprom" increased the total remuneration of key managers.