Russian Structure

Pursuant to the Russian Law on Limited Liability Companies and the Russian Law on Joint Stock Companies, a Limited Liability Company (in Russian: «Общество с ограниченной ответственностью») and a Joint Stock Company (either public or non-public), respectively, may have one of the following organizational structures:

  1. An Executive Body only (which may be represented by (or the functions may be assigned to):
    1. One or more Sole Executive Bodies (in Russian «Единоличный исполнительный орган»)
    2. One or more Sole Executive Bodies and a Collegial Executive Body in Russian «Коллегиальный исполнительный орган»).
    3. A Manager only (in Russian: «Управляющий»).
    4. A Manager and a Collegial Executive Body.
  2. An Executive Body and a Board of Directors (in Russian: «Наблюдательный совет»).

Please see, respectively, “Sole Executive Body”, “Collegial Executive Body”, “Manager” or “Board of Directors” in the left side menu for a more in-depth description of each structure, including how to change the respective board members.

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