The executive leadership at Globaltrans is one of the most highly respected and experienced management teams in the freight rail transportation industry in Russia, with a proven track record of success stretching back over many years.
Valery Shpakov became CEO in March 2016, having served as Interim CEO since November 2015. He joined New Forwarding Company, a Globaltrans subsidiary, in 2003 and has been its CEO since 2007. He is an experienced manager with a track record of over 30 years in the rail industry. He began his career in the private sector in 1999 and has held managerial positions at various companies in the transport sector. He is a recipient of the “Honoured Railwayman of Russia” award.
Sergey Maltsev was elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Globaltrans in April 2018. He has been serving as Chief Strategy Officer of the Group from August 2017.
Mr. Maltsev was instrumental in the development of the freight rail market in Russia and has worked in the industry for over 30 years. He co-founded Globaltrans and served as Chief Executive Officer from 2008 until 2015 when he left the Group. After leaving Globaltrans, he served as Senior Vice President for strategy and corporate governance at State owned railway company.
OAO Russian Railways, until his return to Globaltrans as Chief Strategy Officer in 2017.
Mr. Maltsev was a founder member and Chairman of the non-profit partnership “Council of Railway Operators”. In recognition of his services to the rail industry, Mr. Maltsev received the award of “Honoured Railwayman of Russia”. He graduated with a degree in railway engineering.
Alexander Shenets has been the CFO of Globaltrans since the Group’s establishment and has more than 15 years of experience in senior finance positions, mostly in the rail sector. He is a member of the boards of GTI Management, New Forwarding Company, BaltTransServis, AS Spacecom, Spacecom Trans and Ural Wagon Repair Company, all Globaltrans subsidiaries. He holds an MBA from Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Vyacheslav Stanislavsky joined New Forwarding Company, a Globaltrans subsidiary, as Deputy General Director for Operations and Commerce in March 2010 and became First Deputy General Director in April 2011. He has more than 30 years of experience in the rail industry. He is a recipient of the “Honoured Railwayman of Russia” award.
Alexander Storozhev joined the Board as an executive director in April 2013. He has worked in Globaltrans since its establishment and has held various senior railway management roles for over 20 years. He is also currently a member of the boards of GTI Management, New Forwarding Company, BaltTransServis and AS Spacecom, all Globaltrans subsidiaries.
Roman Goncharov has served as CFO of New Forwarding Company, a Globaltrans subsidiary, since 2007 and has over 13 years of management experience. His qualifications include an MBA from the Moscow International School of Business.
Kirill Prokofiev was appointed CEO of BaltTransServis, a Globaltrans subsidiary, in February 2017. Prior to his appointment, he held various senior executive roles in the rail sector for more than seven years. He graduated from Saint Petersburg State University of Economics, where he majored in economics. Other qualificationsinclude an MBA in Strategic Management from Moscow’s Higher School of Economics.
Sergey Avseykov originally joined New Forwarding Company, Globaltrans' subsidiary, in 2011 as Head of the Marketing and Development Division. Between 2017 and 2018, Mr. Avseykov served as Acting Head of Business Project Management at State owned railway company.
OAO Russian Railways ("RZD"). In 2018, he returned to Globaltrans as Business Development Officer.
Mr. Avseykov graduated from Tomsk State University and holds a PhD from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economics. Mr. Avseykov is a board member of several RZD subsidiaries.
Svetlana Brokar has been an attorney since receiving her law degree from Kaliningrad State University in 1985. She has significant expertise in civil, tax, commercial, corporate, finance and railway transport matters and has experience working with governmental authorities including the Russian Transport, Finance and Railway Ministries. From 2009 to 2013 Svetlana was a member of the Board of Globaltrans’ subsidiary New Forwarding Company and since 2014 has provided it with legal services. She also previously worked with the non-profit partnership "Council of Railway Operators”.