chamber of accounts (SP) of the Russian Federation prepares proposals requiring top management of state-owned companies to disclose their income.
“At present, the question of disclosure by management of public companies of information about income is under develop proposals,” said TASS in the press service of the controlling Agency.
In the JV explained that now the management of joint-stock companies with state participation is not required to disclose information about income. The only exceptions are state-owned companies, which are established on the basis of Federal laws, and executives nominated by the President and the government of the Russian Federation.
the source of “Interfax” in the financial-economic bloc of the government said that the subject is the Chairman of the accounts chamber Alexey Kudrin once again raised in the April letter to Prime Minister Mikhail mishustina.
As highlighted in the letter, the audit office considers it appropriate “to suggest the government to instruct the relevant Federal Executive authorities to consider the issue of defining common approaches to presenting the top management of the JSC, where the state has blocking package of stock information on their income”.
we also Recall, in mid-March, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with TASS that it warps the situation, when the leadership of state-owned companies receives a disproportionately large salary.
“myself, it honestly hurt and jarred, I agree,” — said the head of state to the question, how does the high salaries of these top managers that they work in state-owned companies.
Putin had discussed the issue with management and they explained to him that “hiring a large number of foreign experts”, who effectively work and “are worth something on the international labour market”. “If they pay, they like the chiefs should get more,” said the President.
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