Samruk-Kazyna

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Samruk-Kazyna
Native name
Samuryq-Qazyna
Самұрық-Қазына
Joint stock company
IndustryConglomerate
PredecessorSamruk and Kazyna
Founded2008
Headquarters,
Kazakhstan
Key people
Akhmetzhan Yessimov
Revenue5 124 bln KZT
Total assets$74, 1 billion
OwnerGovernment of Kazakhstan
Number of employees
312,4 thousand
SubsidiariesKazMunayGas, Kazatomprom,Kazakhstan Temir Zholy, Air Astana, Samruk-Energy, Kegoc, Tau Ken Samruk, Kazpost
Websitehttp://www.samruk-kazyna.kz/

Samruk-Kazyna (Kazakh: Samuryk-Qazyna), officially known as the National Welfare Fund "Samruk-Kazyna", is a sovereign wealth fund and joint stock company in Kazakhstan which owns, either in whole or in part, a number of major companies in the country. This includes the national rail and postal service, the state oil and gas company KazMunayGas, the state uranium company Kazatomprom, Air Astana, and others. The state is the sole shareholder of the fund.[1] It was created in October 2008 with the merger of two funds, "Samruk" and "Kazyna", by decree of the president of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev. Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakhytzhan Sagintayev was appointed as chairman of the board of directors at the National Wealth Fund Samruk-Kazyna JSC by a government resolution dated September 28, 2016.[2] Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board of «Samruk-Kazyna» JSC-Umirzak Shukeyev. Independent directors- Sir Richard Harry Evans, Alper Akdeniz, Wilhelm Bender.

The President of the Republic Nursultan Nazarbayev initiated the unification of national companies into a single holding under the control of the state. The idea to unite all national companies into a single holding under state control was born by Nursultan Nazarbayev after his visit to Singapore in autumn 2003. In 2003, the President of Kazakhstan met with Mr. Lee Kuan Yew and the Management Board of the TEMASEC, national investment Fund, which manages part of the state assets of Singapore. Nursultan Nazarbayev highly appreciated Lee Kuan Yew's activities in the field of state government and economy development and took into account the experience of the "Singapore economic miracle" in carrying out Kazakhstan's economic reforms.

After studying the experience of 13 world state holdings, it was concluded that one of the resources of Kazakhstan in increasing the long-term value and capitalization of national companies is to improve corporate governance. In August 2006 by the decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan was founded JSC "Kazakhstan Holding of the State assets management "Samruk", an investment holding, whose mission was to improve the national welfare of the Republic of Kazakhstan and ensure the long-term sustainability of future generations. First Board of Directors and Management Board of JSC "Kazakhstan holding on state assets management "Samruk" was approved by the President of Kazakhstan and consists of highly qualified top managers. The first Chairman of the Board of Directors was the Head of the President Administration, Mr. Zhaksybekov A. R., later this position was taken by Sir Richard Evans. The first Chairman of the Management Board was Mynbayev S. M., Deputy Chairman of the Management Board was Mr. Kulibayev T. A. The Holding also attracted foreign specialists from Germany, Mr. Wokurka Ulf and from Russia, Mr. Stepanko Michael.

At the first stage, only 5 national companies were included in the Samruk Holding, some of which are natural monopolies.

• JSC "national company "Kazakhstan Railways»

• JSC " national company "KazMunaiGas»;

• JSC "Kazakhstan company on management of energy networks of "KEGOC»

• JSC "Kazpost»

• JSC "Kazakhtelecom»

At the second stage, 17 national companies operating in the mining, energy sector, related to the sea and air transportation of goods and passenger transportation, generation and distribution of electricity, metallurgy and pipeline infrastructure were included in the Holding "Samruk". In 2006, Samruk holding united 22 national companies, which accounted for 24% of Kazakhstan's GDP. The state holding focused its activities on the following main issues: · coordination of positions of various ministries and departments to determine long-term goals and objectives of state companies; · the selection, motivation, evaluation of managers of state-owned companies, development of their skills; planning, budgeting and approval investment of state-owned companies; monitoring the activities of state-owned companies and the adoption of corrective measures; · advising the Government corporate Finance.

In 2009 Samruk merge with Investment Holding Kazayna.

The fund is a member of the International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds[3] and are signed up to the 24 Santiago Principles which are a voluntary standard of best practice endorsed by the members for the management of the Sovereign Wealth Funds.[4]

Organizations owned by Samruk-Kazyna[edit]

The following is a partial list of organizations partly or wholly owned by the Samruk-Kazyna fund. The percentage of shares controlled by the fund is indicated in brackets.[5] 576 subsidiaries and associated companies are included in the Fund's group of companies (as of June 30, 2014).

Privatization[edit]

Samruk-Kazyna implements a privatization drive to foreign investors to further develop a market based economy.[6]

Statistics[edit]

  • Total assets amounted to 74,1 billion US dollars.
  • Consolidated net income to shareholder at the end of 2017 - 601 billion KZT
  • ROE in 2017 - 6.5%
  • ROA in 2017 - 3.2%
  • The number of employees of the holding - 312,4 thousand people

Ratings[edit]

  • Credit rating on liabilities in foreign currency BB+/B
  • Credit rating in local currency BB+/B
  • National scale rating - KzAA-
  • Rating Outlook is «stable»

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Samruk-Kazyna JSC Appoints Bakytzhan Sagintayev as Chairman of its Board of Directors
  3. ^ International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds. "IFSWF Our members". Archived from the original on 27 September 2016. Retrieved 24 September 2016.
  4. ^ International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds. "IFSWF Santiago Principles". Retrieved 27 September 2016.
  5. ^ http://sk.kz/company/indicators
  6. ^ "Samruk Kazyna Privatisation Drive Offers New Investment Opportunitie". The Astana Times.

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