The General Meeting of Stockholders is the supreme management body.  

In its activity the General Meeting of Stockholders is guided by legislation of the Russian Federation, Charter, and Regulation on the Concern’s General Meeting of Stockholders.

The Board of Directors is a collegiate governing body in charge of overall management of the Concern. It is responsible for development of the strategy and controls activity of executive bodies ensuring observance of rights and legitimate interests of the Concern’s stockholders.

Members of the Board of Directors are elected through a transparent procedure that permits stockholders to obtain information about candidates sufficient to get an idea about their personal and professional qualities.

The activity of the Board of Directors is regulated by applicable legislation, norms of the Concern’s Charter, and Regulations on the Board of Directors approved in its new version by resolution of the general meeting.

The Board of Directors was elected at the Concern’s annual general meeting. There were no changes in the composition of the Board of Directors during the year. The Concern's Board of Directors has no committees.

Members of the Board of Directors do not participate in the Concern’s registered capital, do not hold the Concern’s common stock, and have not entered into transactions on acquisition or alienation of the Concern’s stock.

Sole Executive Body is represented by the General Director who is in charge of the Concern’s operations management. The General Director does not participate in the Concern’s registered capital, does not hold the Concern’s common stock, and has not entered into transactions on acquisition or alienation of the Concern’s stock.

Auditing Committee is a body elected by the Concern’s general meeting of stockholders to exercise control over financial and economic activity of the company. The advisory collegiate bodies include the Concern's Directorate and Central Committee headed by the General Director.