Thursday, October 09, 2014

Andrei Dubovskov, President and CEO of MTS, has been ranked 33rd in the 2014 annual ranking of the most powerful managers in the global telecom industry, up from 59th place in the 2013 ranking. According to the report, “Under his leadership, MTS refocused its marketing activities on increasing customer loyalty and reducing costs of subscriber additions, enabling the company to reduce churn by 6% in 2013. During his tenure Dubovskov has further strengthened MTS’ position in the industry having set in place and implemented a number of initiatives including the enhancement of 3G networks and rolling out 4G networks throughout Russia and the ongoing deployment of GPON in Moscow.” Andrei is the only Russian manager included in the 2014 ranking.

September-October issue of the Global Telecoms Business features an interview with Andrei Dubovskov recorded in mid-September, Andrei talks about ongoing modernization of the mobile networks in Russia and the Company’s success in GPON deployment in Moscow. In the same issue Alexey Kornya, MTS Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, comments on how new accounting rules under US GAAP and IFRS may impact the Company’s reporting.

You can access the full text of the issue online 

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