Biography of Sergey TsivilevSergey Tsivilov - Russian businessman, economist, politician. And about. the governor of the Kemerovo region from April 1, 2018; the governor from September 2018.
Governor of the Kemerovo Region Sergey Tsivilev
Childhood and educationSergey Evgenievich Tsivilyov was born on September 21, 1961 in Mariupol (in those years the city was called Zhdanov) in the Donetsk (then Stalin) region in eastern Ukraine (Ukrainian SSR). His father, Yevgeny Semenovich, held a senior position in the furniture industry of the city of Chuguev (Kharkiv region). Mom, Dina Vasilievna, was in charge of a store in the same city. The politician has a younger brother Valery. Grandfather politician Semyon Tsivilev was a hero of World War II.
Having received a school certificate in 1978, Tsivilov decided to enter the Sevastopol Black Sea Higher Naval School. P. S. Nakhimov. But he turned 17 years old only in September, and only those who turned 17 by July were enrolled in the first year.The guy wrote a letter to Dmitry Ustinov, who held the post of Minister of Defense of the USSR, after which he received permission to pass examinations as an exception. Having successfully passed the entrance test, Sergey became a cadet.
Young Sergey Tsivilev in the Navy
Career in business and politicsIn the mid-1990s, Tsivilyov headed the security service at the branch of Aeroflot Bank in St. Petersburg. In 1997, Sergei Evgenievich, together with his brother and Igor Sobolevsky (a fellow student of Vladimir Putin and former deputy head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation), founded the law firm Nortek, to which he dedicated 15 years of his life.
Sergey Tsivilev and Vladimir Putin
In 2012, Tsivilyov became deputy chairman of the board of directors of Kolmar LLC, a coal mining company that is engaged in the search and shipment of coal from the Neryungri district of Yakutia. After the liquidation of Lenexpoinvest in 2013, Tsivilyov threw all his strength on Colmar, becoming its CEO and holder of 70% of its shares (the rest belonged to entrepreneur Gennady Timchenko).
Sergey Tsivilev - general director "Kolmar"
Sergey's brother, Valery, became the general director of the Kolmar Group. The cost of the company today is estimated at 4 billion rubles. By 2022, Colmar intends to become the largest domestic producer of coking coal.
The personal life of Sergey TsivilevThe wife of the politician is Anna Tsivilova, a psychiatrist by training. In March 2017, Sergey handed over to his wife a 70% stake in the Colmar Group.
Anna Tsivileva - the wife of Sergey Tsivilev
Sergey Tsivilov nowIn early March 2018, Sergei Evgenievich was appointed deputy governor of the Kemerovo region Aman Tuleyev for industry and transport. Only three weeks after his appointment, a tragedy occurred in Kemerovo - 64 visitors burned down in the Winter Cherry shopping center, most of the dead were children.
In 2018, Sergei Tsivilev became vice-governor of the Kemerovo region
Lieutenant Governor Sergei Tsivilev knelt in Kemerovo