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Governing bodies and controls


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1.5.1.1. Supervisory Board of ROSATOM

The Supervisory Board is the superior governing body of ROSATOM as per Article 23 of the Federal Law No. 317-FZ of 1 December 2007 “On the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM” (hereinafter referred to as “the Law”). The members of the Supervisory Board are presented on the ROSATOM website..

The Supervisory Board consists of nine members: eight representatives of the President of Russia and the Government of Russia, and the Chief Executive Officer of ROSATOM, who is a member of the Supervisory Board by virtue of the position. The Supervisory Board members and their Chairman are designated by the President of the Russian Federation. Members of the Supervisory Board, except for the CEO of ROSATOM, are not part of the executive management of ROSATOM.

There were no changes in the composition of the Supervisory Board in 2013.

Table. The composition of the Supervisory Board (as of 31 December 2013)

Member of the
Supervisory Board
Position
Gryzlov, B. V. Permanent Member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation and Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Borovkov, I. V. Chief of Staff of the Government Military-Industrial Commission and Deputy Chief of Staff of the Government Executive Office
Brycheva, L. I. Aide to the President of Russia, Aide to the President, and Head of the Presidential State-Legal Directorate
Kirienko, S. V. Chief Executive Officer of the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM
Klepach, A. N. Deputy Minister of Economic Development of Russia
Novak, A. V. Minister of Energy of Russia
Trutnev, Yu. P. Deputy Chairman of the Government and Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of Russia in the Far East Federal District
Ushakov, Yu. V. Aide to the President of Russia
Yakovlev, Yu. V. Head of the Economic Security Service within the Federal Security Service of Russia

In 2013, the Supervisory Board held 10 meetings, of which 4 were by personal attendance; 43 issues were addressed.

By its decisions, the Supervisory Board approved the key activity indicators of ROSATOM in 2013 and the report of the Corporation for 2012. It also approved a draft update of the Corporation’s Long-term Activity Programme.

To implement a plan of measures (“the Roadmap”), “Providing a greater access of the small and medium entrepreneurs to procurements of the infrastructural monopolies and companies with public ownership” was approved by the Directive of the Russian Government No. 867-r of 29 May 2013. The Supervisory Board approved changes to the Uniform Sectoral Procurement Standard (the Provision on Procurement) of ROSATOM.

The Chief Executive Officer of ROSATOM is charged with control over the execution of the Supervisory Board and the Chairman of the Supervisory Board’s instructions.

1.5.1.2. Chief Executive Officer of ROSATOM

The functions and authority of the Chief Executive Officer are defined in the Federal Law “On the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM”. The Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation is the sole executive body of the Corporation and exercises leadership over its current activities.

Sergey Vladilenovich Kirienko was appointed CEO of ROSATOM by Decree of the President of Russia No. 1663 of 1 December 2007 “On the Chief Executive Officer of the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM”. The Chief Executive Officer’s biography and scope of authority are provided on ROSATOM’s website.

1.5.1.3. The Management Board of ROSATOM

The functions and authority of the Management Board are defined in the Federal Law “On the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM”.

The Corporation’s Management Board is a collective executive body. Members are appointed and dismissed by the Supervisory Board upon the recommendation of the CEO of the Corporation. Management Board members work full time for the Corporation or are employees of the Corporation’s entities, joint-stock companies of the Corporation, or their affiliated companies, as well as subordinate enterprises. The Management Board includes the CEO of the Corporation, who is a member by virtue of the position and leads the Management Board’s activities.

Biographies of the Management Board members and details on the authority of the Management Board are provided on ROSATOM’s website.

Table. The composition of the Management Board (as of 31 December 2013)

Member of the
Management Board
Position
Kirienko, S. V. Chief Executive Officer of ROSATOM and Chairman of the Management Board
Denisov, K. I. Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Security
Elfimova, T. L. State Secretary and Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Government Relations and Budgeting
Kamenskikh, I. M. First Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Nuclear Weapons
Komarov, K. B. Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Corporate Development and International Business
Kryukov, O. V. Director for Public Policy on RAW, SNF, and Nuclear Decommissioning
Lokshin, A. M. First Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Operations Management
Nikipelov, A. V. Chief Executive Officer of JSC Atomenergomash
Obozov, S. A. Director for ROSATOM Production System
Olenin, Yu. A. President of JSC TVEL Fuel Company
Pershukov, V. A. Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Innovation Management
Romanov, Ye. V. Chief Executive Officer of JSC Rosenergoatom Concern
Solomon, N. I. First Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Corporate Functions and Chief Financial Officer
Spasskiy, N. N. Deputy Chief Executive Officer for International Relations


In 2013, V. L. Zhivov was dismissed from the Management Board by a resolution of the Supervisory Board of ROSATOM.

Information about incomes, expenses, and property and property-related liabilities of the Management Board members, as well as other employees of ROSATOM and their relatives, are provided on ROSATOM’s website.

In 2013, the Management Board held 39 meetings, of which 3 were held under the format of joint attendance. A total of 373 issues were addressed. The key decisions made by the Management Board include approval of the report on meeting the key activity indicators proposed by ROSATOM in 2012, approval of the key activity indicators of ROSATOM for 2013, and approval of a draft Long-term Activity Programme for the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM (2009–2020).

1.5.1.4. The Audit Commission

The Audit Commission of ROSATOM controls the financial and economic activities of the Corporation.

Table. The Composition of the Audit Commission (as of 31 December 2013)

Member of the Audit
Commission
Position
Artyukhin, R. E. Head of the Federal Treasury and Chairman of the Audit Commission
Buzina, L. F. Deputy Director of the Department for Budget Policy of the State Military and Law Enforcement Services and the Governmental Defence Order of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation
Katrenko, V. S. Auditor of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
Rozhnov, A. V. Deputy Head of the 12 Main Department of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
Utkin, V. K. Office Head of the Department of Defence Industry of the Government of the Russian Federation


The Statement of the Audit Commission on financial and economic activities of ROSATOM in 2013 is provided in Appendix 2.

1.5.1.5. Commissions, boards, and committees affiliated with the governing bodies

In 2013, there were about 40 committees, boards, and commissions affiliated with the governing bodies that were acting on a standing basis in ROSATOM.

Table. Key collective governing bodies

CommitteeChairman
Strategic Committee Kirienko, S. V., Chief Executive Officer
Operations Committee Kirienko, S. V., Chief Executive Officer
Public Board Kirienko, S. V., Chief Executive Officer
Activity Transparency Enhancement Committee Kirienko, S. V., Chief Executive Officer
Staff and Incentives Committee Kirienko, S. V., Chief Executive Officer
Budget Committee Solomon, N. I., First Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Corporate Functions and Chief Financial Officer
Investment Committee Lokshin, A. M., First Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Operations Management
Globalisation Committee Komarov, K. B., Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Corporate Development and International Business
Public Reporting Committee Komarov, K. B., Deputy Chief Executive Officer for Corporate Development and International Business
Scientific and Technical Board Laverov, N. P., Academician and Vice President of the Russian Academy of Sciences


Changes in the corporate structure in 2013

In 2013, six FSUEs within the consolidation area of ROSATOM were reformed into JSCs, and one FSUE was closed down.

According to the Decree of the President of Russia No. 377 of 22 April 2013, the FSUE United Ecological, Technological, and Research Centre for Disposal of RAW and Environmental Protection was added to the list of FSUEs, which are subject to ROSATOM’s authority as the property owner on behalf of the Russian Federation.

Other changes made to enhance the corporate structure include the:

  • establishment of a 100% affiliated company of ROSATOM, JSC AtomCapital, to increase the number of financial market instruments available for the implementation of infrastructure projects;
  • sale of 57% interest in Uranium One Holding (which manages international uranium mining assets), which was owned by JSC Atomredmetzoloto, to the benefit of JSC AtomCapital in the framework of the project of restructuring the mining complex of ROSATOM and singling out the uranium mining segment under ROSATOM management;
  • sale of cumulatively 12.49% of shares of the authorised capital of JSC INTER RAO UES, which was not a strategic asset of the sector, to the benefit of JSC Rosneftegaz by JSC Atomenergoprom and other organisations of ROSATOM;
  • establishment of the private foundation “Historic and Cultural Centre” with the implementation of the project “Nuclear Industry Museums”; and the
  • acquisition by JSC Rusatom Overseas of a share of the authorised capital of the project company JSC AKKUYU NPP.





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