SSE Russia alumnus appointment
Alexei Teksler, senior deputy minister of energy
On November 21, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a government resolution on appointment of Deputy Minister of Energy Alexei Teksler (born in 1973) as senior deputy minister of energy. On the new position Teksler will continue coordination of activity of the department of budget planning and registration, department of corporate governance, price situation and control and audit work in industries of the fuel and energy sector and department of state energy policy.
Teksler was born in Chelyabinsk. In 1995, he graduated from the Norilsk industrial institute with specialty "economics and management in metallurgy" cum laude.
Since 1990 until 2007, he worked for Norilsk mining metallurgical enterprise named after Zvenyagin and mining metallurgical company Norilsk Nickel on posts from specialist to general director of Norilsk Obespechivayushchy Complex (subsidiary of Norilsk Nickel).
Between 2008 and 2009, he was the head of the administration of Norilsk.
Since 2011 until July of 2013, he was managing director of the Krasnoyarsk business unit of Polyus company.
On July 22 of 2013, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed resolution on appointment of Teksler as deputy minister of energy.
Alexander Teterin, acting chair of the committee for city building and architecture of St. Petersburg – chief architect of St. Petersburg
Oleg Rybin (born in 1961), chair of the committee of St. Petersburg for city building and architecture – chief architect of St. Petersburg resigned on November 28. By resolution of governor Georgy Poltavchenko deputy chair of the committee Alexander Teterin (born in 1958) was appointed as acting chair of the committee for city building and architecture – chief architect of St. Petersburg.
Teterin was born in Cheboksary. In 1979, he graduated from The Tyumen higher engineering command school and in 2005 he graduated from the Northwestern academy of state service.
Between 1975 and 2003, he served in the Armed forces of the USSR/Russia.
Between 2003 and 2013, he was director of the department of engineering equipment of the city of the committee of St. Petersburg for city building and architecture.
On May 13 of 2013, he took the post of deputy chair of the committee for city building and architecture.
Sergei Komyakov and Yevgeny Redin, senior deputy governors of Chelyabinsk Region
Governor of Chelyabinsk Region Boris Dubrovsky changed the team of his deputies. On November 27, he appointed six new deputy governors including two – Sergei Komyakov (born in 1952) and Yevgeny Redin (born in 1969) – in status of senior deputy governors. Vadim Yevdokimov, Oleg Klimov, Ivan Senichev and Sergei Shal were approved on the posts of ordinary deputy governors. Komyakov inherited the post of nominee of former governor Mikhail Yurevich, former functionary of Young Guard of One Russia, former Duma member Ruslan Gattarov. Rodin received the post that had been occupied by Nikolai Sandakov before.
Komyakov was born in Chelyabinsk. In 1975, he graduated from the Chelyabinsk polytechnic institute with specialty "automatic control systems" and in 1998 he graduated from the school of economics of St. Petersburg state university of economics and finance.
After graduation from the institute in 1975, he started working as engineer at the Chelyabinsk metallurgical plant.
In 1976, he became deputy secretary of a committee of VLKSM and until 1979 he was professional VLKSM functionary: he had posts of secretary of committee of VLKSM and senior secretary of the Metallurgichesky district committee of VLKSM.
Between 1979 and 1989, he worked as director of laboratory, deputy director and director of department of the Chelyabinsk metallurgical plant (enterprise). In 1989, he became full-time chair of the labor union of the enterprise.
In 1993, he took the post of general director of Resurs company that he held until 1996.
Between 1996 and 2005, he worked on the posts of deputy and senior deputy general director of the Chelyabinsk metallurgical enterprise Mechel for economy and finance.
In 2001, he was elected as member of the second convocation of the parliament of Chelyabinsk. He was a member of the permanent parliamentary committee for budget, economic policy and taxes.
In March of 2005, he was elected as member of the third convocation of the parliament of Chelyabinsk. In it he became the head of permanent commission for budget.
In May of 2005, he became chair of the parliament of Chelyabinsk.
In 2009, he was appointed as deputy head of Chelyabinsk for finance and tariff regulation.
In April of 2010, he took the post of senior deputy governor of Chelyabinsk Region for the first time (Mikhail Yurevich was the governor).
Between 2013 and November of 2014, he was chair of the government of Chelyabinsk Region.
Rodin was born in Magnitogorsk. In 1993, he graduated from the Magnitogorsk mining metallurgical institute with specialty "processing of metals by pressure," in 2003 he graduated from the Moscow financial academy of the federal government with specialty "finance and credit" and in 2006 he passed training in Stockholm School of Economics.
Between 1987 and 1989, he served conscript military service.
Between 1993 and 1997, he was engineer of the Magnitogorsk metallurgical enterprise, between 1997 and 2000 he was director of the department of expert examination of MMK, between 2000 and 2005 he was director of the control and audit department of MMK and since 2005 he was director of the department of equipment of MMK.
Since 2006 until January of 2009, he was member of the parliament and senior deputy chair of the legislative assembly of Chelyabinsk Region.
Since February of 2009 until August of 2010, he was deputy governor of Chelyabinsk Region (Petr Sumin was governor in 2009 and Mikhail Yurevich was governor in 2010).
Since November of 2010 until January of 2014, he was director for development of business and management of efficiency of MMK.
Since January 20 until November of 2014, he was deputy governor of Chelyabinsk Region (acting governor, Boris Dubrovsky was governor elect since September).
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