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Power machines PJSC is the largest power engineering company in Russia, with a wealth of international experience and competence in engineering design, manufacturing, and complete deliveries of equipment for thermal, nuclear, hydro, and gas turbine power plants. The company is among the world’s 5 leading energy companies, accounting for approximately 70% of power engineering industry market in Russia and the CIS. 
Key customers include leading Russian and foreign companies. Manufactured goods are exported to more than 57 countries. 
Russia, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and the CIS are the company’s priority markets.

SPIMEX is the largest Russian commodity exchange. It was established in 2008 on decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russian Government.

Its key markets include refined products, crude oil, natural gas and timber. Every fifth tonne of refined products sold in the Russian domestic market (gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and residual fuel oil) is sold on SPIMEX. Mineral fertilizers and coal are new promising markets under development by the Exchange.

All large Russian producers of crude oil, refined products, natural gas and coal and their distribution subsidiaries – acting under a Russian Government decree – submit information on all OTC transactions to SPIMEX. The Exchange calculates and publishes price indices in the corresponding commodities that have become reputable price indicators in the market.

TEK-Torg electronic trading platform – a wholly-owned subsidiary of SPIMEX – carries out procurement procedures effected under Russian Federal Laws 44-FZ and 223-FZ both for public procurement and commercial tenders. Today, TEK-Torg is one of the largest electronic trading platforms used for tenders made under Russian Federal Law 223-FZ.

Alexey Rybnikov — President & CEO, SPIMEX

SOGAZ Insurance Group was founded in 1993 and is now the largest federal insurer in Russia. The Group provides more than 100 insurance programmes for private individuals and organisations operating in different areas. Reliability and financial sustainability of the Group companies has been confirmed by leading international and Russian rating agencies. The regional network of the Group consists of more than 1000 divisions and sales offices across Russia.

The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs was founded during the reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies. It stimulates nanotechnology infrastructure building to support innovation in the country. The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs primarily focuses its activity in these areas:

  • Formation of infrastructure for nanotechnology
  • Development of human resources for the nanoindustry
  • Market development for nanotechnology products
  • Improvement of the legislative framework for innovation
  • Standardization and certification of nanoproducts and evaluation of their safety
  • Refinements in metrology
  • Popularization of nanotechnology and nano-enabled products.

The highest governing body of the fund is its Supervisory Council, which is chaired by Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Alexey Ponomarev. In accordance with the charter of the fund, the council determines priorities for its activities, establishes its strategies, and sets its budget.

The Management Committee is the fund’s collegial executive body. It is chaired by RUSNANO CEO Anatoly Chubais. Andrey Svinarenko is CEO of the Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs.