TNK-BP executive to retire, resign from CEO position

By OGJ editors

TNK-BP will be managed by a group of executives who hold powers of attorney related to their areas of responsibility after Chief Executive Officer Mikhail Fridman retires. Fridman’s resignation will be effective in 30 days.

AAR shareholders German Khan and Victor Vekselberg remain with the business as executive directors and members of the management board.

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