The largest Russian companies, placed under sanctions Ukraine


TASS KIT. September 16, 2015 President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has signed the decree about introduction in action of the list of sanctions against 388 individuals and 105 legal entities, approved earlier by the national security Council and defense of Ukraine.

Banking companies:

JSC “Gazprombank” – one of the largest Russian commercial banks, is in the top five in terms of assets. Serves critical sectors of the Russian industry: gas, oil, chemical, transport, etc. the Main shareholders of the Bank are Gazprom and pension Fund “Gazfond”. Had subsidiary banks in Ukraine, however, until the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine financed a number of companies in this country, including the Holding Ostchem businessman Dmitry Firtash. Sanctions on this Bank and the other allows for the freezing of assets, the execution stops their economic and financial obligations.

OJSC “Bank of Moscow” – one of the largest Russian commercial banks, is in the top ten in terms of assets. The main shareholder is VTB Group. In the group of “Bank of Moscow” is one of Ukrainian BM Bank (Kyiv) in the second quarter of 2015 were in 12th place in Ukraine by assets.

JSC “Russian agricultural Bank” – the state credit organization established for lending to the agricultural sector of the Russian Federation. Had subsidiary banks in Ukraine.

PJSC “Bank of the upper Volga” – Russian credit institution enters into the third hundred of assets. Controlled by the owners of the Bank “Baltic” (Moscow), the Ukraine subsidiary credit institutions did not.

JSC “Investment Capital” – the Russian Bank, enters into the third hundred of assets. Preparing the merger with SMP Bank (owners, Arkady and Boris Rotenberg). In Ukraine, the subsidiaries of credit institutions had not.

JSC “Investmentbank” (ITB) is a Russian credit institution that is included in the fourth hundred by assets. Is owned by private individuals. 11 In the Ukraine subsidiary banks had.

CJSC “Industrial savings Bank” the Russian credit organization, included in the sixth hundred by assets. Is owned by individuals. In the Ukraine subsidiary banks had.

27 largest Russian carriers:

JSC “Aeroflot” – the largest Russian air carrier, since 2006 – member of global airline Alliance SkyTeam. More than 51% of company shares belong to Rosimushchestvo.

Prior to the sanctions, the company made flights to Kiev, Odessa and Kharkov. In particular, before the conflict in Ukraine, “Aeroflot” has provided about 4% of passenger traffic at the Kiev airport “Borispol”.

OJSC “Airline “Transaero” – the Russian aircraft carrier. Takes 2nd place in Russia by number of passengers carried after “Aeroflot” (according to the Federal air transport Agency). In September 2015, it was announced that the company will be sold to Aeroflot.
Prior to the sanctions the carrier made flights to Kiev and Odessa.

PJSC “Airline “Siberia” (S7 Airlines) is a Russian aircraft carrier, since 2010 – member of global aviation Alliance Oneworld. Takes 3rd place in Russia by number of passengers carried. More than 71% of shares is owned by the company’s management.
Prior to the imposition of sanctions has flights from Moscow to Kyiv, before the start of the conflict in Ukraine contributed about 1.5% of the passenger traffic of the airport “Borispol”.

Sanctions also touched upon a subsidiary of the airline “globe”.

JSC “Airline “Russia” – Russian air carrier, is included into group “Aeroflot”. In 2014 he took the 5th place among Russian airlines by number of passengers carried. Operated flights to Kiev.

OAO AK Ural airlines is a Russian airline based at the airport of Ekaterinburg. In 2014, he occupied the 6th place among Russian airlines by number of passengers carried. Belongs To Sergey Skuratov.
Prior to the sanctions, the company flights to Ukraine was not performed.

JSC “Orenburg airlines” – the Russian airline, is included into group “Aeroflot”. In 2014, he occupied the 8th place in the number of passengers carried. Prior to the sanctions, flights to Ukraine was not performed.

JSC Donavia – the Russian airline, is included into group “Aeroflot”, in 2014 took the 10th place by number of passengers carried.
Prior to the sanctions, the company flights to Ukraine was not performed.

JSC “VIM-Avia” – Russian airlines in 2014, ranked 11th place in the number of passengers carried. The owners Rashid Mursekaev and his wife Svetlana. Prior to the sanctions, the company flights to Ukraine was not performed.

LLC “Kogalymavia” (Metrojet) – the Russian airlines in 2014, ranked 13th place in the number of passengers carried. Owners are Turkish citizen is rude of Bagan (48%) and Russians Ismail Lepiev (32%) and Evgeny Rudenko (20%). Prior to the sanctions, the company flights to Ukraine was not performed.

JSC “Red wings” – a Russian airline in 2014 finishing in 19th place in the number of passengers carried. The owner – group of companies “Guta”.
Prior to the sanctions, the company flights to Ukraine was not performed.

OJSC “Airline “AK bars Aero” – a former Russian regional carrier, based at airports in Bugulma, Kazan and Begishevo. Ceased operations from 1 January 2015. Air operator certificate revoked by Rosaviatsiya on 16 April of the current year.

LLC “Gazprom Avia” – Russian airlines, member of the group “Gazprom”. In 2014, he occupied the 27th place according to the number of passengers carried.
Prior to the sanctions, the company flights to Ukraine was not performed.

LLC “air Company Severstal”, the Russian airline, is part of the Severstal group. In 2014 was ranked 34-th place in the number of passengers carried. Prior to the sanctions, the company flights to Ukraine was not performed. The group “Severstal” sanctions are not touched.

Also sanctions were imposed against the official state carriers “224th flight unit” and “special flight detachment “Russia” and airlines “Space”, “Rusjet”, “Flight”, “ruslayn”, “Sirius-Aero”, “Center-South”, “Yakutia”, “Yamal” freight carriers “Ball Inc.” and “Atran”, aviation enterprise of the Ministry of emergency situations of the Russian Federation.

In the mass media of the Russian Federation:

JSC “TV company NTV” Russian TV channel, broadcasting since 1993, the Largest owners are “Aura-Media” and “Gazprom-Media holding”. In Ukraine, the international broadcasting of Russian channel “NTV Mir” is prohibited from July 2014, the Sanctions include the prohibition or restriction of broadcasting.

JSC “First channel” – one of the largest Russian companies. Was founded named ORT (“Public Russian television”), started broadcasting April 1, 1995 In Ukraine broadcasting of the international version of TV channel “the First channel. Global network” is prohibited from July 2014, the Sanctions include the prohibition or restriction of broadcasting.

FSUE “all-Russian state television and radio broadcasting company” – Russian media holding, was established in 1990 In Ukraine, the broadcasting channel “Russia-24” the international version of TV channel “RTR-Planeta”, banned since July 2014, the Sanctions include the prohibition or restriction of broadcasting.

Other companies:

JSC “Helicopters of Russia” – the Russian holding company, uniting producers of military and civil helicopters. Is under the control of the state Corporation “rostec”. Before the start of the conflict in Ukraine is imported from the country parts, including engines. The sanctions include the freezing of assets, prohibition of financial transactions.

JSC “Kaspersky Lab” – the Russian manufacturer of antivirus software for computers. Owned by private persons, including the company’s founder, Eugene Kaspersky. In 2014, according to a study by analyst firm IDC , “Kaspersky Lab” controlled about 50% of the market antivirus software of Ukraine. The sanctions prohibit the use of the company’s products to state enterprises.

LLC “Marshal Capital partners” is a Russian private investment group founded in 2005 by Konstantin Malofeev. Currently sole owner is Tatiana Solodchuk. The sanctions include the freezing of assets.

The group of companies “Nutritek” – the Russian holding operating in the field of food industry. Was affiliated with Dmitry Malafeev, in the early 2010s, the owners have changed. Earlier in Ukraine there were subsidiary company “Nutritek”. The sanctions include the freezing of assets.

PJSC “Kazan helicopter plant” – Russian manufacturer of helicopters. Part of the holding “Helicopters of Russia”, car manufactures Mi-8/Mi-17 helicopters “Ansat”. The sanctions include the freezing of assets, prohibition of financial transactions.

JSC “First Cargo Company” (FCC) is the largest rail freight operator in Russia. Is a holding company UCL businessman Vladimir Lisin. Ukraine subsidiary company “freight one Ukraine” had its own fleet of 605 cars, operated more than 5 thousand cars, serving approximately 50 large Ukrainian companies.