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Alexei A. Mordashov has been Chief Executive Officer of Joint Stock Company Severstal since December 16, 2006. Mr. Mordashov serves as Chief Executive Officer of Lafarge SA. He served as Chief Executive Officer of Severstal-Avto. He has been Chairman of the Board of OJSC Power Machines since December 25, 2007. He serves as the Chairman of the board of Directors of OAO Severstal, ZAO Severstal-trans and other companies. He served as Chairman of Severstal-Avto until June ... 2006. He served as the Chairman of Joint Stock Company Severstal. Mr. Mordashov has been Director of OJSC Power Machines since December 2007. He serves as a Director General of ZAO Severstal Group. He serves as Director of Severstal-Avto. He serves as a Director and a Member of the International Advisory Board of Lafarge SA. He serves as an Executive Director of Joint Stock Company Severstal. He serves as Chairman and Member of Strategic Committee of Mittal Steel Company NV (Arcelor Mittal). Mr. Mordashov graduated from Leningrad Institute of Engineering and Economics and holds an MBA degree from the Business School of the University of Northumbria (UK).
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2008-Present Director Severstal-Metiz 2007-Present Chairman OJSC Power Machines Member of European Advisory Board Deutsche Bank AG Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director and Member of Nomination & Remuneration Committee Joint Stock Company Severstal Director and Member of Personnel & Remuneration Committee Sollers OJSC Member of the International Advisory Board Lafarge SA
Alexei Mordashov was born into a family hailing from Fedoseevo in the Nizhni- Novgorod region. His father Alexandre was the only one in his generation to work in the metallurgical sector. Educated at the Gorki Polytechnical Institute, now NGTU, the Nizhni- Novgorod Technical University, he took up work with the Cherepovets metallurgical complex, where he met his wife. The young Mordashov, born in Cherepovets, studied at the Togliatti Economic Engineering Institute in Leningrad (LIEI); he met Anatoly Chubais , then dean of the establishment.
TUI AG's biggest shareholder, John Fredriksen, offered to buy the second-largest stake in Europe's largest tourism company from Alexei Mordashov and demanded Chairman Juergen Krumnow be ousted at today's investor meeting.Fredriksen will keep his stake even if his proposals are voted down, according to the Norwegian shipping billionaire's partner, Tor Olav Troim, who spoke to reporters ahead of the AGM in TUI's home town of Hanover, Germany. Both Fredriksen and Troim want board seats, and TUI Chief Executive Officer Michael Frenzel today said he's only prepared to offer them one seat.
TUI, which bowed to investor pressure earlier this year and is planning to split off its Hapag-Lloyd shipping line, today reported a narrower loss on increased tourism demand and higher freight rates. Fredriksen and other investors have Frenzel, demanding a faster auction of Hapag. Mordashov, the billionaire owner of Russian steelmaker Severstal Group, supports Frenzel.
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Alexey Mordashov was born on September 26, 1965 in Cherepovets, Russia. He graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Engineering and Economics in 1988 and, in that same year, began his career at Severstal (formerly Cherepovets Metallurgical Plant). Early in his career, Mr. Mordashov held the positions of Senior Economist, Chief of Labor Economics and Management in Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance Shop N1, and Deputy Chief of the Planning Department until his appointment to Director of Finance and Economy, which he held from 1992 to 1996. Mr. Mordashov has served as CEO of OAO Severstal since 1996. Influential in the Russian business world, Mr. Mordashov has been a member of the Entrepreneurs Council of the Russian Federation Government since 2003, a member of the Russian-German workgroup responsible for the issues of strategic economy and finances since 2002 and the head of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs' (RSPP) Trade Policy Committee responsible for Russia's joining the WTO and reforming the customs policy) since 2001. Mr. Mordashov's achievements have been acclaimed worldwide. In Ernst & Young's annual Entrepreneur of the Year contest, Mr. Mordashov was named winner in the category “Municipal Activity in the Enterprise Sphere” in 2003. Also in 2003, Business Week named Mr. Mordashov as one of the top 25 European managers, entrepreneurs, economists, politicians and innovators in its Top Managers category.
In 2001, Mr. Mordashov received an MBA degree from the University of Northumbria, United Kingdom. He was granted an honorary doctorate degree from the Saint-Petersburg State University of Engineering and Economics (formerly the Leningrad Institute of Engineering and Economics) in 2001 and from the University of Northumbria in 2003.
He is fluent in German and English.
Severstal ( RTS : CHMF MICEX : CHMF ), Russian: ??????????, "Northern Steel", is a Russian company mainly operating in the steel and mining industries. Centred in the northern city of Cherepovets , it is listed on the RTS and LSE , and is the second largest steel company in Russia, behind Evraz Group .
It's primary steel production facilities, including the Cherepovets steel plant , are located in northwest Russia, approximately 600 km (about 370 mi) from Moscow and approximately 450 km (about 280 mi) from St. Petersburg. It also operates a heavy plate mill, Mill 5000, and a large diameter pipes plant, the Izhorsky pipe plant in Kolpino.
Severstal's steel operations in Russia employ over 53,000 people.
Both individually and through Severstal, Alexei Mordashov is involved in a wide range of philanthropic and charitable enterprises.
Through Severstal: Sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre ; sponsor of the Mariinsky Theatre ; sponsor of the Tretyakov Gallery ; sponsor of the Russian Museum ; sponsor of the Museum of Frescoes by Dionisius ; sponsor of the Sergei Andriaka Watercolour School; sponsor of the Moscow International Film Festival; sponsor of the Road Back Home charity for homeless children; sponsor of the " Severstal Cherepovets " super-league ice-hockey team; sponsor of the Dynamo (Moscow) Women's Volleyball Club; sponsor of the Russian national male chess team; sponsor of over 20 Russian sports facilities including sports stadiums, ice rings, heated football fields and athletic centres.
As an individual: Bolshoi Theatre Charity Board; council for the restoration of the Valaam Monastery .