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RUSAL, Interros and Millhouse agreed to redeem all quasi-treasury shares held by MMC amounting to 16.99%.RUSAL and Interros will sell 3,873,537 and 5,420,464 shares in Norilsk Nickel, respectively, to Millhouse at USD160 per share. Following the redemption of all quasi-treasury shares held by Norilsk Nickel, Interros, RUSAL and Millhouse will hold approximately 30.3%, 27.8% and 5.87% shares in MMC, respectively. As such, the parties will deposit approximately 20% of Norilsk Nickel shares to a nominated escrow account. The parties also agreed that the Board of Directors of Norilsk Nickel shall be composed of thirteen members out of which four nominated by RUSAL, four by Interros, and one by Millhouse. The parties will also nominate one independent director each and give minority shareholders an opportunity to elect one director. The Board of Directors of Norilsk Nickel will be held on 17 December 2012 where decisions to appoint Vladimir Potanin as CEO of Norilsk Nickel and to call an Extraordinary General Meeting of shareholders to elect a balanced Board of Directors of Norilsk Nickel and to introduce changes into the MMCs charter will be considered.
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Moscow, 4 December 2012 UC RUSAL (SEHK: 486, Euronext: RUSAL/RUAL, Moscow Exchange: RUALR/RUALRS), the worlds largest aluminium producer, and Interros company, MMC Norilsk Nickel’s largest shareholder, have reached a principal agreement aimed to settle the shareholders conflict and envisaging conclusion of an agreement between Interros, UC RUSAL and Millhouse. The agreement is aimed at integrating the efforts of all parties to maximize profitability and shareholders’ value, as well as delivering improvements to the existing corporate governance structures.
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At the MMC Norilsk Nickel AGM held on 29 June four Interros representatives were elected to the companys Board of Directors: Sergey Barbashev, Andrei Bougrov, Marianna Zakharova, Larisa Zelkova.Interros voted for its representatives and supported the candidatures of three non-executive directors, who fitted the ISS/Risk metrics: Bradford Mills, Banda Enos Ned and Prinsloo Cornelis Johannes Gerhardus. Andrei Bougrov was reelected Chairman at the first meeting of the Board of Directors.Interros is satisfied with the MMC Norilsk Nickel performance. It sees the new Board of Directors as balanced and hopes to see its efficient work to develop the company.
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Swiss Federal Prosecutor’s Office ordered it will not proceed to investigate Mr Deripaska additional complaints against Mr Potanin, Interros and Norilsk Nickel. The above Order of the Swiss Federal Prosecutor’s Office was issued several weeks after Swiss Federal Criminal Appeal Court confirmed another order of the Federal Prosecutor not to proceed with criminal investigation of Mr Deripaska complaint against Mr Potanin, his Interros and Norilsk Nickel. Swiss legal system considered grounds of the complaints and ruled they were unsustainable. Having reviewed all complaints of Mr Deripaska Swiss Federal Prosecutor did not find enough evidence to start investigation. Interros supports orders and decision of Swiss Federal Prosecutor Office and Swiss Federal Criminal appeal Court issued despite severe defamatory campaign in media. During past several years Mr Deripaska and his Rusal filed about 20 claims in various courts in different jurisdictions against Mr Potanin, his Interros and Norilsk Nickel. Almost in all cases the claims were either dismissed or refused to be taken into trial. UK and Nevis courts went further and ruled that Rusal claims were «abuse of process».
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The Appelate chamber of Swiss Federal Criminal Court confirmed decision of Swiss Federal Prosecutor Office not to start investigation pursuant to the criminal complaint filed by Mr Oleg Deripaska against Mr Potanin, his Interros and Norilsk Nickel. Swiss legal system looked into claimant arguments and considered them unsustainable. Interros welcomes this decision. For the past several years Mr Deripaska and his RusAl filed approximately 20 claims in various forums against Interros and Norilsk Nickel. In almost all cases the claims were not supported or taken into examination. Some foreign courts even ruled that RusAl claims were abuse of legal process. Interros believes that Swiss Federal Criminal Court decision demonstrates once again that RusAl claims are baseless despite of unprecedented PR campaign which may have been seen as an attempt to affect Swiss legal system.
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