Senator, Member of the Federation Council for the Amur Region; Honorary President, founder, Petropavlovsk
Pavel Maslovsky is co-founder of Petropavlovsk, which has developed into Russia’s second-largest gold producer. The Group’s main production sites are located in Amur Region in the Russian Far East.
Prior to embarking on his business career, Dr Maslovsky graduated from, and became a professor at, the Moscow Aircraft Technology Institute, specializing in the engineering applications of the theory of plasticity, and teaching metallurgy and plasticity. He has published more than 100 scientific papers and has nine inventor’s certificates.
Dr Maslovsky has held directorships within the Petropavlovsk Group, including the position of CEO, since the Group’s inception in 1994. In this capacity, he has extensive experience in the operational management of mining and processing operations in precious and base metals.
In 2010, Dr Maslovsky established The Petropavlovsk Foundation, which annually invests around 100 million Roubles in the sustainable and socio-economic development in the Russian Far East.
Dr Maslovsky was elected as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Amur Region and appointed as Senator and Member of the Federation Council of Russia (the Upper House of the Russian Parliament) in December 2011.
Following his election, Dr Maslovsky resigned as CEO of Petropavlovsk and the company’s Board of Directors conferred on him the title of Honorary President.