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понедельник, 23 мая 2016 г.

Who gets rich in a crisis?

Revenues heads of the leading Russian companies have grown despite the crisis
At the end of 2015 the total income of the heads of 15 leading Russian companies have grown in comparison with 2014 year and amounted to 63.8 billion rubles. This is stated in a study reporting companies conducted by RBC
In the past three years, despite the economic crisis, the leaders of the largest Russian companies income grew, while net profit of the companies in terms of growth lagged behind the remuneration of top managers. This is stated in the RBC survey, in which analyzed the dynamics of change in net income and remuneration of key personnel 15 Russian companies that have the greatest weight in the index of MICEX. The study was conducted based on data from the company accounts.

The amount of remuneration of top managers and directors of 15 companies analyzed by the end of 2015 amounted to 63.8 billion rubles. This amount has increased both in relation to 2014 (58.1 billion rubles.), And in comparison with the pre-crisis year of 2013 (56.5 billion rubles.). The growth was respectively 10 and 13%.
From the sample of 15 companies in the growth of incomes of top managers in 2015 revealed ten. The leader in this indicator was "Norilsk Nickel" in which 13 board members and 13 members of the board of directors collectively paid 3.7 billion rubles. This is 2.4 times more than in 2014 and 45% more than in 2013.
As explained RBC representative of "Norilsk Nickel", the increase in the remuneration of top managers was due to the growth of the company's profits: in ruble terms in 2013, it has grown more than four-fold - from 24.4 billion to 105.1 billion rubles. This occurred against a background of falling nickel prices doubled - from $ 16.9 thousand to $ 8.7 thousand per ton... Compensate for the loss helped devaluation of national currency (the ruble in 2013, depreciated against the dollar by 2.5 times -. From 30.35 to 73.52 rubles to the dollar) and lower operating costs.
The second highest rate of growth of compensation managers was the Moscow Stock Exchange (49.4%), followed by Novatek (25.1%), "Magnit" (19.3%), "Tatneft" (13.9%).
The largest reduction occurred in the management of income "Severstal". In 2015, the company paid to key management 0.6 billion rubles., Which is 30% less than in 2014 (0.9 billion rubles.), And two times less than in 2013 (1.24 billion rubles. ). At the same time the company's profit in 2013 increased by 12 times, from 2.7 billion to 34.4 billion rubles. The representative of "Severstal" explained the reorganization of the company's management structure.
The study showed that the net profit of companies and banks still have not returned to pre-crisis level. Over 2015 companies analyzed earned 3.04 trillion rubles., Which is 5% less than the pre-crisis year of 2013 (3.2 trillion rubles.). In 2014, the top 15 companies received 2.4 trillion rubles of net profit.
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