Corporate Governance

The Company’s corporate governance means aggregate of processes enabling management and control over its activities, including relations between shareholders, the Board of Directors, and the Company’s executive bodies on behalf of shareholders. The Company considers corporate governance as a means to improve the Company’s performance, raise its reputation, and increase capitalization.

The Company’s corporate governance is carried out in accordance with the Corporate Governance Code adopted by the Company and is based on the following principles:

  • Accountability. The Code provides for the accountability of the Company’s Board of Directors to all shareholders in accordance with the applicable law and serves as guidance for the Board of Directors in drawing up Resolutions and establishing control over the activities of the Company’s executive bodies.
  • Fairness. The Company commits itself to defending the shareholders’ rights and ensuring fair treatment of all shareholders. The Board of Directors shall give all shareholders the opportunity to receive efficient protection in the event that their rights are violated.
  • Transparency. The Company shall provide for the scheduled disclosure of reliable information regarding all significant facts related to its activities, including its financial status, social and environmental data, performance, ownership, and management structure. It shall also grant free access to such information to interested parties.
  • Responsibility. The Company shall acknowledge all the interested parties’ rights as stipulated by the applicable law and strive towards cooperation with such persons for the purposes of its development and assurance of financial sustainability.

In its corporate governance practices, JSC “OGK-2” strives to adhere to the primary principles formulated in the Code of Corporate Conduct recommended for application by the Federal Financial Markets Service.