Sergey Chemezov



Sergey Viktorovich Chemezov (born August 20, 1952, Cheremkhovo, Soviet Union) is CEO of Rostec Corporation (formerly the Director General of Rosoboronexport), chairman of the Union of Russian Mechanical Engineers, and a lieutenant-general.

Graduated with honors from Irkutsk Institute of National Economy (presently Baikal State University of Economics and Law) in 1975 and then completed his postgraduate education at the Military Academy of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Russia. Sergey Chemezov has a doctorate in economics and is also a professor and full member of the Military Academy. 

By a decree of the Russian President, on November 26, 2007, Sergey Chemezov was named CEO of Russian Technologies Corporation, which was renamed Rostec in late 2012. At the 6th United Russia party convention held on December 2, 2006, Sergey Chemezov was elected to the party’s Supreme Council. At the 7th party convention on May 26, 2012, Cheremezov was reelected.

On April 28, 2014 he was barred by the Obama administration from entering United States.
 

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.

Turbine frameup

Officials11.07.2017

What the scandal with the supply of turbines to the Crimea might mean for Chemezov's Rostec and Siemens. 

Russian Helicopters in a dead end

Officials21.06.2017

Rostelec's Russian Helicopters is unsuccessfully looking for approaches to the civilian market. Meanwhile, in Rostec itself thefts are widespread and the budgets are cut.

Sergei Shoygu surpassed Anatoly Serdyukov

Officials21.06.2017

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation is plagued by corruption and theft. Everything might be stolen: from money to ballistic missiles to military rations. Now the head of the department Sergei Shoigu, who lives beyond his means, is also suspected. 

Rostec may sell the manufacturer of Armata

Business24.05.2017

 Rostec began searching for an investor for Uralvagonzavod.

Alexander Vinokurov, ex-president of A1, has the second joint project with Rostec

Business17.05.2017

His "Marathon Pharma" agreed to buy control in the pharmaceutical company "Fort".

Investing state capitalists: the most expensive apartment in Moscow, business jets, and other non-core assets

Business17.04.2017

A former top manager of Rostec is now co-owner of "VSMPO-Avisma" and the largest manufacturer of medicinal substances.

Kerimov will sell Sukhoi Log to the Chinese

Business14.04.2017

Fosun Group intends to acquire a blocking stake in "Polyus Gold".

Minister Nikiforov in touch

Officials07.04.2017

The Ministry of Communications has taken aback the public with a new statement. In its opinion, it is necessary to reduce the number of payphones and internet points. As seen from this statement, the above-mentioned services should be reduced in the big cities.

Uralvagonzavod received an order for 30 000 railroad cars

Officials07.04.2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed to buy them within three years at the expense of mobilization budget.

Russia may face problems with the vaccines for the prevention of tuberculosis

Society03.04.2017

The only supplier, subsidiary of Rostec, voiced such concerns. 

Not one Yota of progress

Business15.03.2017

While investors are looking for funds, YotaPhone 3 becomes obsolete with each new day.

Helicopters retail

Business13.03.2017

The ill-fated sale of shares of JSC Russian Helicopters finally succeeded: "a piece of the Motherland" was sold to some unknown Arabs. 

Rostec has found turbines for the Crimea in Iran

Business21.02.2017

But they can be actually German.

Promising candidate

Officials03.02.2017

Former Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov can become the deputy head of the state corporation Rostec.

Rader Alexander Vinokurov gobbled SIA International

Business02.02.2017

Alexander Vinokurov, the suspected of corruption son-in-law of minister Sergey Lavrov, has acquired the pharmaceutical giant "SIA International". The transaction was preceded by an information campaign to demonize the previous owners.