On January 26, the headquarters of IDGC Holding hosted a meeting of the Board of Directors. The meeting elected Georgy Boos as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Aleksey Perepyolkin, Deputy Director General for Corporate Governance and Property of IDGC Holding, as the Secretary of the Board of Directors.
As was reported earlier, the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders of IDGC Holding elected the new Board of Directors of the Company on January 14, 2012. The new members are Georgy Boos, President, Boos Lighting Group Management Company; Andrey Bokarev, Chairman of the Board of Directors, CC Kuzbassrazrezugol; Sergey Borisov, President, OPORA RUSSIA; Pavel Borodin, Vice President, VimpelCom; Vyacheslav Kravchenko, Director General, United Energy Sales Company; Viktor Kudryavy, Advisor to President, EUROCEMENT Group; Georgy Kutovoy, Advisor to President on Energy, United Metallurgical Company; Seppo Remes, Director General, Kiuru; Sergey Serebryannikov, Rector, Moscow Power Engineering Institute; Vladimir Tatsiy, First Vice President, Gazprombank; Igor Khvalin, Executive Director, Volga Engineering Group; Thomas Hendel, General Director, rudea; Nikolay Shvets, Director General, IDGC Holding; Denis Fedorov, Director General, Gazprom Energoholding; and Vladimir Kolmogorov, Advisor to General Director, Norilsk Nickel.
At present, the authorized capital of IDGC Holding is 45,039,216,465 rubles and consists of 45,039,216,465 shares, each with a par value of 1 ruble, including 42,964,067,081 ordinary shares and 2,075,149,384 preference shares. A stake of 53.69% is held by the Government.
IDGC Holding is an open joint-stock company incorporated on July 1, 2008, the day when RAO UES of Russia ceased to exist. The shares held by RAO UES of Russia in interregional distribution grid companies and regional grid companies, together with its shares in some retail companies, were transferred to IDGC Holding. IDGC Holding’s net profit in accordance with Russian Accounting Standards for the nine months of 2011 went up by 50% on the corresponding period in 2010 and reached 2.7 billion rubles.
Born January 22, 1963, in Moscow.
He was a student of Moscow’s School No. 21 with specialized courses in English.
In 1986, he graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, majoring in Electrical Engineering of Lighting Equipment. Candidate of Science (Engineering).
In 1986–1988, he served as an officer in the Soviet Army (Air Force) in the Far Eastern town of Spassk-Dalny.
In 1988–1991, he was an engineer, senior engineer, and junior research associate of the All-Union Research, Design and Lighting Technology Institute (VNISI). Simultaneously, he worked as a teacher of mathematics at Moscow’s High School No. 247.
In 1991–1993, he was the Director of Svetoservis, a lighting equipment research and production company.
In 1993–1995, he was the Director General of Svetoservis.
In December 1995, he was elected a deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the 2nd Convocation from the Medvedkovo Single-Mandate Election District.
In 1996–1998, he was a deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, a member of the State Duma Committee on Budget, Taxes, Banks and Finance.
In 1996–1997, he was the Deputy Chairman of the Our Home – Russia parliamentary group.
In September 1998, he was appointed the Head of the State Taxation Service of the Russian Federation and, later, the Minister of Taxation of the Russian Federation. In May 1999, he was dismissed together with Yevgeny Primakov’s Government.
In December 1999, he was elected a deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the 3rd Convocation from the Medvedkovo Single-Mandate Election District.
In 1999–2003, he was a member of the Fatherland – All Russia parliamentary group and a Deputy Chairman of the State Duma from the Fatherland – All Russia parliamentary group.
In December 2003, he was elected a deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the 4th Convocation from the Medvedkovo Single-Mandate Election District.
In 2003–2005, he was a Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, a member of the Presidium of the United Russia parliamentary group, and a member of the Supreme Council of United Russia.
From September 2005 to September 2010, he held office as the Governor of the Kaliningrad Region.
In December 2011, he was elected the Chairman of the Board of Directors of State Joint-Stock Company All-Russian Exhibition Center, Open Joint Stock Company.
Awarded orders and medals (Order of Merit for the Fatherland (4th Class), Order of Honor, Order of Holy Prince Daniel of Moscow (2nd Class), etc.)
Married with six children.