Chemezov Sergey



Sergey Viktorovich Chemezov (born August 20, 1952, Cheremkhovo, Soviet Union) is CEO of Rostec Corporation (formerly the Director General of Rosoboronexport), and a lieutenant-general. In addition, he is the Chairman of the All-Russian Public Organization - Russian Engineering Union, as well as President of the All-Russian Industrial Association of Employers - Russian Engineering Union.

Chemezov is a member of the commission on military-technical cooperation between Russia and foreign states, through which he actively advocates for Russia to maintain and strengthen its position as the largest player in the global market for military products.

Chemezov is an influential part of an elite group of former spies and security men known as the Siloviki. Closely identified with one of the Kremlin's shadowy siloviki clans, was appointed by a presidential decree on November 26, 2007 as the Director General of Rostec. He holds a military rank of Colonel general. Chemezov is a trusted ally of President Putin, whom he has known since the 1980s when they lived in the same apartment complex in East Germany.
 

Saratov "Contact" requested assistance from the state

Business21.05.2018

The defense enterprise, entering Rostech, is hanging on the brink of the financial abyss and has already thwarted the state order.

Alexander Vinokurov seizes pharmacy business in Russia

Business18.05.2018

The son-in-law of Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the raider in combination intend to reshape the pharmacy business in Russia in his favor.

Sergei Chemezov will collect explosives himself

Business16.05.2018

"Rostekh" creates a holding company for special chemistry.

The head of Uralvagonzavod Alexander Potapov recognized the sanctions as "invigorating"

Business25.04.2018

The top manager spoke about wagons, tanks and excavators.

Sergei Chemezov entangled in the Rosseti

Business24.04.2018

Rostech may become a shareholder of Rossetei.

The government will force state companies to refuse imports

Officials23.04.2018

State-owned companies will have to import substitute equipment in a wide range.

Anatoly Chubais and Sergei Chemezov could not start the turbine

Business18.04.2018

An attempt by the consortium Rusnano, Rostekha and Inter RAO to create the first large-capacity gas turbine in the Russian Federation was unsuccessful: the GTD-110M turbine model collapsed on tests.

The case of the Magomedov brothers can destroy the business of Sergei Lavrov's son-in-law

Business03.04.2018

In Moscow, the brothers Magomed and Ziyavudin Magomedov, owners of the Suma Group, were arrested for 2 months on suspicion of organizing a criminal community. Their arrest could hit a relative of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, businessman Alexander Vinokurov, who previously headed Summa for three years.

Motovilikhinskiye Zavody Completes Bankruptcy

Business26.03.2018

The corporation "Rostekh" of Sergei Chemezov will improve the company.

Zits-chairman Mikhail Shelkov became a billionaire

Business08.03.2018

Mikhail Shelkov, a former specialist in working with soft currencies in Rosoboronexport, controls the world's largest titanium producer, the VSMPO-Avisma corporation. According to Forbes, his fortune exceeds $ 1 billion.

Sergei Chemezov will bring "Uralvagonzavod" to collapse

Society23.02.2018

At the enterprise oppressive atmosphere reigns: workers were cut back by salaries and they are afraid, that the state will stop it to support.

Another 26% of the shares of "Kalashnikov" came to Alexey Krivoruchko

Business16.02.2018

The transaction cost was 1.5 billion rubles. Under the formal control of the chairman, almost 75% of the arms group's shares turned out to be.

Sergei Chemezov merges with Sergei Lavrov's son-in-law Alexander Vinokurov

Business13.02.2018

"Rostegh" and "Marathon" signed an agreement on "Nazimbio".

The offender of Chemezov's family was detained in Spain

Society13.12.2017

Material claims to the architect Hernandez-Getashvili were also brought by the company, for which the head of Onexim, Dmitry Razumov, can stand.

Siemens complained of fraud

Business06.12.2017

Technopromexport sold the Siemens turbines to its structure in six months after it was ordered.

Russian defense sector will be shielded from sanctions

Officials27.10.2017

Rostec's unit may be turned into a bank for the defense industry enterprises.

It's better not to get sick in Russia

Business25.10.2017

In Russia, the pharmaceutical market is being monopolized, which will lead to a sharp rise in prices for medicines for the population.

Bankruptcies are rampant in Russia

Business09.10.2017

As the head of Rostec, Sergey Chemezov, said, the largest machine building concern of Russia, "Tractor Plants", would be declared bankrupt.

The wealthiest spouses of Russian civil servants and deputies in 2017

Officials28.08.2017

The richest wife of a Russian official was Gulsina Minnikhanova, the wife of the president of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.

Crimean turbines revolve around Rostec

Business24.08.2017

The state corporation created a secondary market for disputable equipment.

Vinokurov will treat Chemezov at the expense of ordinary Russians

Business04.08.2017

The head of Rostec, Sergey Chemezov, and the son-in-law of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Alexander Vinokurov, whose villas are located so close to each other, decided to seize the country's pharmaceutical market.

Joint treatment: why Rostec and Marathon Group combine their assets

Business04.08.2017

State Corporation Rostec will unite its pharmaceutical business with the assets of Marathon Group owned by Alexander Vinokurov. It's planned to finish the deal before the end of the year.

Russian turbines stirred Bruxelles up

Officials26.07.2017

The Russian Ministry of Energy and two Tekhnopromexport companies will be responsible for the delivery of Siemens turbines to the Crimea.   

Last week's conflicts in Russia: Siemens and the Ministry of Emergency Situations

Officials24.07.2017

Last week in Russia one of the hottest topics was the problem of Siemens turbines, which had been sneaked into the Crimea quietly. The second most important topic was the search conducted by the FSB in the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation. It is believed that the FSB is trying to put this agency under its control.

German media blame Vladimir Putin for the scandal with turbines in the Crimea

Officials22.07.2017

Journalists learned that Putin had promised not to use Siemens turbines in the Crimea.

Very limited anti-Russian sanctions

Business22.07.2017

Siemens will not limit its cooperation with Russia.

The general director of "Power Machines" was detained for disclosure of state secrets

Governance13.07.2017

Roman Filippov, General Director of Power Machines, was detained in St. Petersburg by officers of the Federal Security Service. The date and circumstances of the detention are not yet specified.

"The Arctic" is adrift

Governance12.07.2017

The Federal Security Service and the Prosecutor General's Office will investigate the situation around Russia's atomic icebreaker.