The Board and management of EVRAZ aim to pursue objectives in the best interests of EVRAZ, its shareholders and other stakeholders, and particularly to create long-term value for shareholders.

The EVRAZ Board is responsible for the following key aspects of governance and performance:

  • Financial and operational performance
  • Strategic direction
  • Major acquisitions and disposals
  • Overall risk management
  • Capex and operational budgeting
  • Business planning

Board Committees

The four principal committees of the Board are the Audit Committee, the Remuneration Committee, the Nominations Committee and the Health, Safety and Environment Committee.

Chairman and Chief Executive

The Board determines the division of responsibilities between the Chairman and the Chief Executive Officer.

The Chairman’s principal responsibility is the effective running of the Board, ensuring that the Board as a whole plays a full and constructive part  in the development and determination of the Group’s strategy and overall commercial objectives. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for leading the Group’s operating performance and day-to-day management.