investment holding. Our portfolio companies employ more than 10 000 people in almost 40 regions of Russia and abroad • Summa Group works in the following fields: • Ports, transport and logistics • Engineering and construction • Oil and gas • Agriculture • Metals and mining • Telecommunications • Summa Group is a strategic investor that plays an active role in the operational management of its companies. We focus on long-term operational value-add through a wide variety of initiatives including enhancement of corporate governance and management practices, talent management, financial discipline and socially responsible behavior in the regions where our companies operate • Mr. Ziyavudin Magomedov is the founder and shareholder of the Group
and Construction Oil and Gas Telecommunications • Russia’s largest (and third in Europe) port operator in terms of cargo turnover • Construct and operate a new oil terminal (Tank Terminal Europoort West, TEW) in the Port of Rotterdam • One of the largest Russian transportation and logistics company • Engineering services related to the construction and operation of electric power facilities • Infrastructure projects in the field of industrial and civil construction • Construction of oil and gas facilities • One of Russian's largest independent gas production companies and the main gas supplier of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) • Integrated provider covering 11 Russian cities and holding licenses to provide telecommunication services in Kazakhstan and Ukraine • Infrastructure development of agricultural market Agriculture Metals and Mining Siberian Non-Ferrous Metals • Zinc and lead deposits in Russia
in the investment industry in particular in raising for equity (TPG Capital) and Russian companies (Morgan Stanley) • Co-founder of the Russian office of TPG Capital, one of the largest private equity firms in the world, with $80 billion under management • Executed the following private equity investments: acquisition of Lenta LLC (September 2009 and August 2011), anchor investor in the Russian government's privatization of its stake in OJSC VTB Bank (February 2011), purchase of commercial real estate assets from Coalco LLC (May 2011) and acquisition of Ontex S.A from Candover Investments plc (July 2010) • Graduate of the University of Cambridge (BA and MA in Economics), United Kingdom Ziyavudin Magomedov Chairman of the Board of Directors • Founder and shareholder of Summa Group • Active charity work in the fields of culture, arts and sports • Member of the Board of Trustees of the Bolshoi Theater and the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography • Member of the Skolkovo Foundation Council, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Council for Economic Modernisation and Innovative Development of Russia operating directly under the President of the Russian Federation • Chairman of the APEC Business Advisory Council in 2012 • Graduate of the School of Economics of the Moscow State University; PhD in Economics
career in public affairs he has worked for major international companies including APCO Worldwide, Basic Element, Shell and Philip Morris International in the U.S., Switzerland, Kazakhstan, South Korea and Russia. Graduate of the School of Journalism of the Moscow State University and Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University, USA. Natalia Sedykh Vice President, Human Resources and Administrative Support Many years of work in personnel management at major international and Russian companies, including Motorola, the Coca-Cola Export Corporation, Alfa-Bank OJSC, Promsvyazbank OJSC, Lukoil-Neftekhim CJSC and Atomredmetzoloto OJSC. Graduate of the Moscow State Linguistic University. James Simmons Vice President, Chief Investment Officer (CIO) Experience in leading global investment companies, including TPG Capital (London, Moscow), TPG-Axon Сapital (New York), Goldman Sachs (New York). MBA from Harvard Business School (Boston, MA, USA) where he was a Baker Scholar, and graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University (USA) with a degree in finance, international relations and computer science. Yevgenia Tyurikova Vice President, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Previously held senior financial roles in Kommersant Publishing House, Management Company of the West Siberian Resources Ltd Group, BFG Credit Commercial Bank and the BFG Group. Graduate of the Moscow State Law Academy. Sergei Zakharov Vice President, General Counsel More than 11 years of experience at companies such as Azot Agrochemical Corporation and Phosagro. He served as Counsel for Corporate Practice at Clifford Chance and led its Russian legal team. Graduate of the Moscow State University with honors degree in civil law.
Sea Port PJSC (NCSP PJSC) acquired 100% of Primorsk Trade Port, LLC. • This merger of two substantial Russian ports created one of the largest port operators globally and positioned NCSP as the clear leader among Russia's stevedoring companies. • As part of the deal it was agreed to sell the controlling interest in NCSP PJSC to Summa Group and Transneft JSC, the owners of Primorsk Trade Port, LLC. Shareholders of NCSP PJSC are fully committed to making the best use of the synergy between various assets and positioning the company for long-term growth and market leadership. • More than 30 new facilities were built for the 2013 World Student Games, the largest of which is a soccer stadium in Kazan seating 45,000 spectators. It hosted the opening and closing ceremonies and became the first new stadium ready for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. • The work is being done by INTEX LLC, a member of Summa Group. As well as complying with FISU, UEFA, and FIFA standards the building is taking advantage of the latest developments in stadium design and technology. • The complete renovation and restoration of the Bolshoi Theatre aimed to both preserve the historic building and to create a modern venue for artists. • The general contractor for second stage of the work was SUI project, a member of Summa Group. • The work was completed for the official re-opening at the end of October 2011 when leading ballerinas and opera stars once again took to its world famous stage. • The project to build the port facility in Primorsk (Leningrad region) is an example of a successful public-private partnership, where the business approach of a private investor merges seamlessly with strategic national interests. • The facility has freed Russia from its previous dependence on transit routes through the Baltics for its crude oil exports. • Started only ten years ago Primorsk Trade Port, has already become the largest port in Russia for reloading oil and oil products (about 78 million tons a year). It boasts advanced technology and is one of Europe's most environmentally friendly ports. Merger of port companies into NCSP PJSC Group Construction of a sports stadium in Kazan Renovating Russia's leading theatre Construction of the Primorsk trade port