Business Programme Partners

  • Gazprom Neft

    Gazprom Neft is a vertically integrated oil company, primarily engaged in the exploration and development of oil and gas fields, oil refining, and the production and sale of petroleum products. Gazprom Neft is one of the top-three companies Russia’s oil industry in terms of hydrocarbon production and refining volumes, and one of the world’s top-ten public companies by proved hydrocarbon reserves. Gazprom Neft’s corporate structure comprises more than 70 exploration and production, refining and retailing enterprises throughout Russia, the CIS, and the rest of the world. The company operates across 110 countries, worldwide. Gazprom Neft’s filling station network currently totals more than 2,000 outlets throughout Russia, the CIS and Europe. Company revenues in 2020 were ₽2 trillion, adjusted EBITDA ₽485 billion, and net profit ₽117.7 billion. Gazprom PJSC is the majority shareholder in Gazprom Neft PJSC (95.68%), with the remaining shares in free circulation.



    Alexander Dyukov — CEO and Chairman of the Management Board, Gazprom Neft PJSC
  • DOM.RF

    DOM.RF is an integrated housing development institution. Established by a decree of the Government of the Russian Federation in 1997 to promote the implementation of housing policy. DOM.RF attracts investment and improves the quality and affordability of housing through the development and implementation of federal standards to make mortgages for a profitable purchase of a house in a mortgage.



    Vitaly Mutko — CEO of the JSC "DOM.RF"
  • Huawei

    Founded in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices. We have more than 197,000 employees, and we operate in more than 170 countries and regions, serving more than three billion people around the world. Our vision and mission is to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. To this end, we will drive ubiquitous connectivity and promote equal access to networks; bring cloud and artificial intelligence to all four corners of the earth to provide superior computing power where you need it, when you need it; build digital platforms to help all industries and organizations become more agile, efficient, and dynamic; redefine user experience with AI, making it more personalized for people in all aspects of their life, whether they’re at home, in the office, or on the go.



    Zhou Danjin (Daniel Zhou) — President of Huawei Eurasia CEO of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (Russia)
  • MTS PJSC

    Mobile TeleSystems PJSC (“MTS” - NYSE: MBT; MOEX: MTSS), Russia’s leading mobile connectivity and digital services provider, offers a range of mobile, fixed-line, and digital services. We serve over 80 million mobile subscribers in Russia, Armenia, and Belarus, and about 9 million customers in Russia of fixed-line services, including fixed voice, broadband internet, and pay-TV. To keep pace with evolving customer demand, MTS is redefining what telecommunications services are by offering innovative products beyond its core network-related businesses in various tech segments, including Big Data, financial and banking services, internet of things, OTT, cloud computing, systems integration and e-commerce. We leverage our market-leading retail network as a platform for customer services and sales of devices and accessories. MTS maintains its leadership in the Russian mobile market in terms of revenue and profitability. MTS is majority-owned by Sistema PJSFC. Since 2000, MTS shares have been listed on the New York Stock Exchange and since 2003 - on the Moscow Exchange.



    Vyacheslav Nikolaev — President & CEO
  • The State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom” (ROSATOM) The State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom” (ROSATOM)

    The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM is one of the global technological leaders. The company has assets and competencies to work at all stages of the nuclear production chain from uranium mining to decommissioning of nuclear facilities and spent nuclear fuel management. ROSATOM brings together about 400 enterprises and organizations. ROSATOM is the third in the world in Nuclear Power Generation. The Corporation is the global leader in simultaneous implementation of NPP power units and has the largest portfolio of foreign construction projects (35 NPP units in 12 countries). ROSATOM manufactures equipment and produces isotopes for nuclear medicine, carries out research and material studies. It also assembles supercomputers and designs software as well as different nuclear and non-nuclear innovative products. The company has business ventures covering various clean energy projects. ROSATOM has second largest uranium reserves and 17% of the global nuclear fuel market.



    Alexey Likhachev — Director General of the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom
  • Sber

    PJSC Sberbank is Russia’s largest bank and a leading global financial institution. It holds almost one-third of aggregate Russian banking sector assets. The Government of the Russian Federation represented by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation is the principal shareholder of PJSC Sberbank. Sberbank has customers in 18 countries. The bank has a major distribution network in Russia with about 14,000 branches, while its international operations – subsidiary banks, branches, and chapters – include the UK, US, CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, India, China, and other countries. It holds general banking license No. 1481 dd. August 11, 2015, from the Bank of Russia. Websites of the bank: www.sberbank.com, www.sberbank.ru. In 2020 Sberbank underwent a rebranding, offering financial and non-financial services of the bank and Sberbank Group to individual and corporate customers. The Sber ecosystem is a raft of services for life and daily assistance in handling pressing everyday issues for individual customers and businesses. www.sber.ru.



    Herman Gref — CEO, Chairman of the Executive Board of Sberbank
  • Sibanthracite Group

    Sibanthracite Group is ranked first in the production and export of UHG anthracite throughout the world, and is the largest producer of metallurgical coal at the domestic level. Sibanthracite Group is one of the most dynamically developing coal companies in Russia.



    Sergey Melnikov — Chief Executive Officer
  • Ural Mining Metallurgical Company (UMMC)

    Ural Mining Metallurgical Company (UMMC) – one of the top Russian producers of major commodities including copper, zinc, coal, gold and silver. Additionally UMMC produces lead, selenium, tellurium, cadmium and indium. Represented by Seaport & Railway projects Department UMMC as a single executive body of the largest specialized coal seaports in Russia located in the Baltic sea (JSC Rosterminalugol, Ust-Luga, Leningrad Region) and the Far East (JSC Vostochny Port, Vrangel Bay, Primorsky Region) the management of two high-performance coal ports, located in the West and East of Russia and designed for different markets, provides an opportunity to quickly switch cargo flows in change of the global coal market conditions and for the rhythmic loading of port capacities.



    Irina Olkhovskaya — Chief Officer for Seaport & Railway Projects