Solzhenitsyn's Son Heads Russia's Largest Coal Company
Its former CEO and co-owner (owns 7.8% of SUEK) Vladimir Rashevsky, who has held this position since 2004, will remain on the board of directors of the company and will continue to be responsible for the strategy. A source close to SUEK told the Russian media about this, and the press service of the company confirmed.
According to another source close to one of the Melnichkno companies, Rashevsky will deal with SUEK’s strategy, he retained his stake in the company. The top manager previously served on the coal company’s board of directors and was a member of the strategy committee.
According to another source close to one of the companies, SUEK is the largest supplier of thermal coal to the Russian market and one of the main producers of electricity and heat in Siberia.