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Russian Individuals Named on US 'Oligarch List'

FILE - Russian President Vladimir Putin listens to Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller during a visit to a construction site of the Gazprom's Amur gas processing plant near the far eastern town of Svobodny, in Amur region, Russia, Aug. 3, 2017.
FILE - Russian President Vladimir Putin listens to Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller during a visit to a construction site of the Gazprom's Amur gas processing plant near the far eastern town of Svobodny, in Amur region, Russia, Aug. 3, 2017.

Following is the list of heads of the Russian state-owned companies and so-called "oligarchs," identified by the U.S. Treasury Department as close to President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday.

The list was drawn up as a part of the sanctions package signed into law in August last year. The factbox does not include Russian state officials also put on the list with total 210 names.

Heads of state-run companies

1. Alexei Miller - Chief Executive Officer, Gazprom
2. Igor Sechin - Chief Executive Officer, Rosneft
3. German Gref - Chief Executive Officer, Sberbank
4. Oleg Belozerov - President with the state-owned company Russian Railways
5. Andrey Kostin - Chief Executive, VTB bank
6. Sergei Chemezov - head of Russian state conglomerate Rostec
7. Oleg Budargin - former Chief Executive Officer, Rosseti
8. Boris Kovalchuk - Chairman, InterRAO
9. Aleksey Likhachev - General Director, Rosatom
10. Nikolai Tokarev - Chief Executive Officer, Transneft
11. Andrey Akimov - Chief Executive Officer, Gazprombank
12. Nail Maganov - Director General, Tatneft
13. Vitaly Savelyev - Chief Executive Officer, Aeroflot
14. Andrey Shishkin - Chief Executive Officer, Bashneft
15. Yury Slyusar - Chief Executive Officer, United Aircraft Corporation
16. Nikolay Shulginov - Chief Executive Officer, Rushydro
17. Sergey Gorkov - Chief Executive Officer, VEB
18. Sergey Ivanov-Jr - Chief Executive Officer, Alrosa
19. Roman Dashkov - Chief Executive Officer, Sakhalin Energy

List of "oligarchs"

1. Aleksandr Abramov - Chairman, Evraz
2. Roman Abramovich - co-owner, Evraz, owner of England's soccer club Chelsea
3. Araz Agalarov - President, Crocus Group
4. Farkhad Akhmedov - former owner of gas producer Nortgas
5. Vagit Alekperov - Chief Executive Officer, Lukoil
6. Igor Altushkin -owner, Russian Copper Company
7. Alexei Ananyev - former co-owner, Promsvyazbank
8. Dmitry Ananyev - former co-owner, Promsvyazbank
9. Vasily Anisimov - owner, Coalco
10. Roman Avdeyev - owner of investment vehicle Concern Rossium
11. Pyotr Aven - President, Alfa bank
12. Yelena Baturina - ex-co-owner of Inteco
13. Alexei Bogachev - Chairman of Supervisory Board, Bank Sistema
14. Vladimir Bogdanov - Chief Executive Officer, Surgutneftegaz
15. Leonid Boguslavsky - founder, ru-Net Ventures
16. Andrey Bokarev - President, Transmashholding
17. Oleg Boyko - President, Finstar Financial Group
18. Nikolai Buynov - Chairman of the board, Irkutsk Oil Company
19. Oleg Deripaska - co-owner, Rusal
20. Aleksander Dzhaparidze - Chairman, Eurasia Drilling Company
21. Leonid Fedun - vice president, Lukoil
22. Gleb Fetisov - private investor
23. Mikhail Fridman - Chairman of Supervisory Board, Alfa Group
24. Aleksandr Frolov - co-owner, Evraz
25. Filaret Galchev - Chairman, Eurocement Holding AG
26. Sergey Galitskiy - Chief Executive Officer, Magnit
27. Valentin Gapontsev - Chairman, IPG Photonics
28. Sergey Gordeyev - President, Group of Companies PIK
29. Andrey Guryev -vice-chairman of board, Phosargo (his son has the same name and last name and is CEO of Phosargo)
30. Yury Gushchin - Chairman, Group of Companies Guta
31. Mikhail Gutseriyev - Chairman, Safmar Group
32. Sait Salam Gutseriyev - Member of the board, Safmar Group
33. Zarakh Iliyev - Chairman of the board, Hotel Ukraine
34. Dmitriy Kamenshchik - Chairman, Domodedovo airport
35. Vyacheslav Kantor - owner, Acron
36. Samvel Karapetyan - President, Group Tashir
37. Eugene Kaspersky - Chief Executive Officer, Kaspersky Lab
38. Sergei Katsiyev - co-owner, Group Mercury that owns tobacco retailer Megapolis and retailer Dixy
39. Suleiman Kerimov - lawmaker, his family controls Russia's largest gold producer Polyus
40. Igor Kesayev - co-owner, Group Mercury
41. Danil Khachaturov - former president, Rosgosstrakh
42. German Khan - Member of the Board of LetterOne Holdings, member of Supervisory Board of Alfa Group
43. Viktor Kharitonin - Chairman of Pharmstandard holding
44. Aleksandr Klyachin - private investor, founder of Azimut Hotels
45. Petr Kondrashev - Chief Executive Officer, Silvinit
46. Andrey Kosogov - Member of the board, Alfa Group
47. Yury Kovalchuk - Chairman of Advisory board of ABR Management that owns Bank Rossiya and National Media Group
48. Andrey Kozitsyn - Chief Executive Officer, Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company
49. Islander Makhmudov - President, Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company
50. Aleksey Kuzmichev - Member of the Board of LetterOne Holdings, member of Supervisory Board of Alfa Group
51. Lev Kvetnoy - Member of the Board, Bank National Standart
52. Vladimir Lisin - Chairman, Russian steelmaker NLMK
53. Anatoliy Lomakin - investor, former co-owner of Silvinit
54. Ziyavudin Magomedov - owner, Summa Group
55. Igor Makarov - former owner of Russian gas company Itera
56. Alexander Mamut - co-owner, Rambler & Co
57. Andrey Melnichenko - Chairman of Strategy committee, EuroChem
58. Leonid Mikhelson - Chief Executive Officer, Novatek
59. Yury Milner - founder of DST Global investment fund
60. Boris Mints - Chairman, investment company O1 Group
61. Andrey Molchanov - Chief Executive Officer, LSR Group
62. Aleksey Mordashov - controlling shareholder, Severstal
63. Vadim Moshkovich - Chairman, Russian farming conglomerate Rusagro
64. Alexander Nesis - co-owner, ICT Holding
65. God Nisanov - Chairman of the board of Kievskaya Ploschad
66. Aleksander Ponomarenko - Chairman, Sheremetevo airport
67. Sergei Popov - former co-owner of MDM-Bank
68. Vladimir Potanin - co-owner in Russia's Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel)
69. Mikhail Prokhorov - owner, Onexim Group
70. Dmitry Pumpyanskiy - Chairman, Russia's TMK
71. Megdet Rakhimkulov - private investor
72. Andrei Rappoport - President, Moscow school of Management Skolkovo
73. Viktor Rashnikov - Chairman of MMK, one of Russia's largest steelmakers
74. Arkady Rotenberg - shareholder, SMP Bank and Stroygazmontazh, which builds a bridge to connect mainland Russia with Crimea peninsula
75. Boris Rotenberg - shareholder, SMP Bank
76. Dmitry Rybolovlev - owner, AS Monaco soccer club
77. Ayrat Shaymiyev - Chief Executive Officer, Tatavtodor
78. Radik Shaymiyev - Member of the Board, investment company TAIF
79. Kirill Shamalov - Member of the Board, Russian petrochemical firm Sibur
80. Yury Shefler - founder, SPI Group, which sells and distributes Stolichnaya vodka
81. Albert Shigabutdinov - Chief Executive Officer, investment company TAIF
82. Mikail Shishkhanov - former co-owner of B&N Bank
83. Leonid Simanovsky - a lawmaker, shareholder with Novatek
84. Andrei Skoch - lawmaker, co-owner with Russia's largest iron ore miner Metalloinvest
85. Alexander Skorobogatko - co-founder of TPS Avia, which controls Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport
86. Rustem Sulteyev - a senior manager at TAIF Group
87. Alexander Svetakov - a founder of Absolut Group
88. Gennady Timchenko - co-owner of Novatek
89. Oleg Tinkov - founder and key owner of consumer lender Tinkoff
90. Roman Trotsenko - co-owner of Novaport airport holding
91. Alisher Usmanov - Metalloinvest key shareholder, co-owner of England's Arsenal soccer club
92. Viktor Vekselberg - co-owner with Renova group with assets in telecom, mining and utilities sectors
93. Arkadiy Volozh - a co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Russia's largest internet search engine Yandex
94. Vadim Yakunin - head of board at Russian pharmaceutical firm Protek
95. Vladimir Yevtushenkov - owner of conglomerate Sistema
96. Gavriil Yushvayev - private investor, former co-owner with Polyus, Wimm-Bill-Dann

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