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VTB Bank Top-Manager Earns $ 25 Million in 2011
21.11.2011 18:14
VTB Bank Top-Manager Earns $ 25 Million in 2011

The most paid top-manager in Russia, according Forbes, earns $ 25 million. Forbes has called five Russian top-managers who are top-paid in 2011.

      
Yuri Soloviev, First Deputy President and Chairman of the Management Board of VTB Bank, is recognized as the highest paid hired manager. His annual compensation makes up $ 25 million, informs Forbes.

      
The second place is held by Mikhail Kuzovlev, the President of Bank of Moscow with an annual profit $ 15 million. Mikhail Shamolin, the President of Joint-Stock Financial Corporation Sistema, is on the third place with $ 10 million. The fourth place is granted to Vladimir Tatarchuk, First Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board at Alfa Bank, with annual earnings $ 8 million. MTS President Andrey Dubodskov is the fifth in the rating with the profit $ 5 million.

      

www.vedomosti.ru


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business Russian banks Russian businessmen   

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