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воскресенье, 23 июля 2017 г.

When the state is the property of the people. Not the oligarchy

Leaders of Iranian state banks want to judge for too high salaries

In Iran, 397 heads of state-controlled banks are being sued because of their excessively high salaries, RIA Novosti reports.

During the investigation it was found out that some heads of state banks earn about 622 million Iranian rials ($ 20,000) a month, while the average salary of a civil servant in the Islamic Republic is $ 400.

In this regard, the speaker of the Iranian parliament Ali Larijani said that it is necessary to carry out fundamental reforms to prevent individuals from enriching themselves at the expense of the public sector.
He also said that about 50 billion riyals had already been returned to the Iranian treasury, which were spent on inordinately large salaries of officials.

The agency AFP recalls that the scandal over the salaries of officials in Iran began in May 2016, when the press appeared denouncing articles. According to the data released at the time, the head of one of the state-owned banks in Iran received $ 60,000 a month, albeit with bonuses. As a result of the scandal, authorities dismissed several heads of state companies, and all heads of the state investment fund also resigned.

After that, the government set the upper level of salaries in the public sector at 189 million riyals, and for officials who perform political functions, the border was set at 100 million riyals.

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Salaries of top managers: who has more?
Salaries of top managers: who has more?

The highest-paid top managers work in state-owned companies. According to the Forbes magazine, bankers and commodity producers are leading in terms of income. Top three head of VTB Andrei Kostin, chairman of the board of Gazprom's gas monopoly Alexei Miller and president of the largest state-owned oil company Rosneft Igor Sechin.

'On a pencil' experts of the edition got the 70 largest in terms of revenue enterprises. The income of the tops was calculated taking into account the remuneration of the CEO in the company, which includes salaries, bonuses, interest from profits, and salaries on the boards of directors of subsidiaries. Also, possible payments to executives outside Russia were taken into account, the journalists of the publication note.

However, state corporations and companies managed by owners (Lukoil, Severstal, Rusal) were excluded from consideration. And that's what happened in the end ...

The most highly paid top managers of the Russian Federation:

1. VTB CEO Andrei Kostin - $ 30 million

2. Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller - $ 25 million

3. President of Rosneft Igor Sechin - $ 25 million

4. Chairman of the Board of Sberbank German Gref - $ 15 million

5. Chairman of the Board of the Bank of Moscow Mikhail Kuzovlev - $ 15 million

6. General Director of Onexim Group Dmitry Razumov - $ 12 million

7. Chairman of the Board of Gazprombank Andrei Akimov - $ 10 million

8. General Director of USM Advisors Ivan Steshinsky - $ 10 million

9. General Director - Chairman of the Board of MMC Norilsk Nickel Vladimir Strzhalkovsky - $ 10 million

10. President of AFK Sistema Mikhail Shamolin - $ 10 million

11. General Director of JSC Gazprom Neft Alexander Dyukov - $ 8 million

12. MTS President Andrei Dubovskov - $ 7 million

13. General Director - Chairman of the Board of Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Combine Boris Dubrovsky - $ 7 million

14. VimpelCom General Director Anton Kudryashov - $ 7 million

15. Chairman of the board of 'RusHydro' Yevgeny Dod - $ 6 million

16. Chairman of the Board of Sibur Holding Dmitry Konov - $ 6 million

17. President of Bashneft Alexander Korsik - $ 5 million

18. Chairman of the Board of GC 'Renova' Alexei Moscow - $ 5 million

19. SUEK CEO Vladimir Rashevsky - $ 5 million

20. General Director of the MCC EuroChem Dmitry Strezhnev - $ 5 million

21. President, Chairman of the Board of Transneft Nikolai Tokarev - $ 5 million

22. Chairman of the Board of FGC UES Oleg Budargin - $ 4 million

23. 'Basic Element' CEO Gulzhan Moldazhanova - $ 4 million

24. General Director of Megafon Ivan Tavrin - $ 4 million

25. President of JSC Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin - $ 4 million

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