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MOSCOW, July 30 (Itar-Tass) - Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev approved the list of candidates for state representatives elections in the board of directors and audit committee of the open joint stock company Sovcomflot for 2013-2014 corporative year.
“The resolution was submitted to determine Russia’s position over the nomination of candidates for the elections in the boards of directors and the audit committees of the joint stock societies at annual general meetings of stockholders in 2013,” a source at the official website www.government.ru said.
The government recalled that the Russian state owns the whole stock of the company.
The list of candidates for Russian representatives in the Sovcomflot board of directors includes its Chairman Ilya Klebanov, President of the Association of Shipping Companies Alexei Klyavin, Deputy Transport Minister Viktor Olersky, Vnesheconombank First Deputy Chairman Mikhail Polyboyarinov, Transneft CEO Nikolai Tokarev and Sovcomflot Director General Sergei Frank.
Members of the Sovcomflot board of directors Marlen Manasov, David Moorhouse and Charles Ryan are nominated as candidates for independent directors.
Deputy head of the board of the Federal Property Management Agency Anna Voronkova, chief consultant of a section of the Russian government department T. Kirina and head of a department of the Transport Ministry Alexander Tikhonov are on the list of candidates for members of the audit committee.