Shoigu's deputies and Federal Protective Service Head are Russia's richest security officials
In 2018, Deputy Defense Minister Timur Ivanov earned 136.7 million rubles ($2.13 million). The income of Shoigu's other deputy, Aleksey Krivoruchko, amounted to 119.2 million rubles ($1.86 million).
According to Forbes, Russia’s richest law enforcers are two deputies of Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu and Head of the Federal Protective Service, Dmitry Kochnev.
The first place in the list of Russia’s wealthiest security officials was taken by Deputy Defense Minister Timur Ivanov. In 2018, the income of his family amounted to 136.7 million rubles. Last year, the deputy head of the military department earned 13.6 million rubles ($212,976). In the second place, there is Shoigu’s other deputy, Aleksey Krivoruchko, who used to be a business partner of billionaires Iskander Makhmudov and Andrey Bokarev. Last year, the income of the Krivoruchko family amounted to 119.2 million rubles.
The third place took to Head of the Federal Protective Service, Dmitry Kochnev. In 2018, his family income amounted to a total of 100.6 million rubles ($1.57 million). The wife of Kochnev, who headed the Federal Protective Service three years ago, is a member of the board and managing director of Sibur LLC.
Also in the rating were First Deputy Director of the FSB, Sergey Smirnov, and Head of the Audit Department of the Defense Contracts of the Ministry of Defense, Roman Guda.