Sergei Shvetsov was the richest in the Central Bank of Russia

First Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Russia earned in 2017 88.6 million rubles. At the same time from his declaration, five apartments in Mexico disappeared somewhere, but there remained a house in the US and an apartment in Spain.
The first deputy chairman Sergei Shvetsov earned the most from the Central Bank staff in 2017. He declared the income of 88.6 million rubles. - almost three times more than in 2016, when he earned 30.6 million rubles. Shvetsov owns a plot of land and a guest house, an apartment and a share in another apartment in Russia, an apartment in Spain, as well as a house in the US, follows from the documents published on Friday on the Central Bank website.

From the declaration Shvetsov lost five apartments in Mexico, which he owned through the trust. Officials and heads of the Central Bank since last year are forbidden to own "foreign financial instruments", including through third parties and trust management. Shvetsov should make a decision - settle the topic with trust or make a decision about his career, said a year ago the director of the department of personnel policy and work with the staff of the Bank of Russia Ruslan Vesterovsky.

Shvetsova's wife earned 35.7 million rubles. She owns 4 plots of land, a house and two apartments in Russia and the car Infinity FX37.

Shvetsov in 2014-2015. headed the list of the richest employees of the regulator. However, in 2016, the leader was another deputy chairman of the Central Bank, Olga Skorobogatova: she earned 74.2 million rubles. Last year, it declared 62.3 million rubles. All property Skorobogatova is in Russia: two plots of land, two houses, four apartments and two garages. The husband of the deputy chairman of the Central Bank, who owns a share in the Russian apartment and Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class, registered an income of 1,714 rubles.

On the third place in the list of the richest employees of the regulator is the first deputy chairman Ksenia Yudaeva. It earned in 2017 40.3 million rubles. against 31.9 million rubles. a year earlier. Its property for the year has not changed: two plots of land (one of them in shared ownership), an apartment house, two apartments and a BMW X6.

Sergei Shvetsov oversees the financial markets and their professional participants, Olga Skorobogatova - the work of the National Payment System and monetary circulation, Ksenia Yudaeva - economic modeling and forecasting and establishing official exchange rates for the ruble.

Chairman of the Central Bank Elvira Nabiullina earned last year 33.8 million rubles., Which is 6.9 million rubles. more than in 2016. The property of the chairman of the Central Bank also did not change: an apartment, a share in another apartment and a Jaguar S-type car.