Interfax top managers included in Top 1000 Russian Managers rating
The three top managers of Interfax Group have been included in the Top 1000 Russian Managers annual rating, a joint project of the Association of Managers of Russia and the Kommersant publishing house. The rating lists the best managers in various sectors of the economy.
Interfax Executive Director Vladimir Gerasimov was put on the rating of top managers in the Media Business industry. Under his leadership, the company has been successfully developing digital services, which, in particular, help businesses efficiently comply with regulatory requirements, manage risks and accomplish tasks in the areas of compliance, marketing, due diligence and business reputation assessment.
Interfax Deputy Director General for Information Technology Yevgeny Klimov, who supervises the development of IT services for the Group, also entered the rating of the best IT-directors of the media business.
Director of the Joint Service of Sales and Marketing of Interfax Artyom Pinchuk was named among the best commercial directors of the industry. He has ensured the active growth in sales of Interfax IT products, which include SPARK, X-Compliance, Marker systems, and maintained customer loyalty at the level of over 95%.
The Top 1000 Russian Managers rating is drawn up annually and is a confirmation and acknowledgment of business reputation of Russian business professionals. The experts summarize the results of the past year's performance and identify the best managers in the country, and the leaders in their industries and functional areas on the rating. The methodology is based on the principle of "the best choose the best", which allows for achieving the most objective assessment.
The number of new names on the Top 1000 Russian Managers has increased this year, the authors of the rating said. The greatest changes have taken place in those positions where the imposition of Western sanctions required urgent measures to solve the problems of restoring the supply chains, replacing counterparties or changing relationships with them.