Denis Manturov

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Denis Manturov
Денис Валентинович Мантуров
Denis Manturov, July 2012.jpeg
Minister of Industry and Trade
Assumed office
21 May 2012
Acting: 2 February – 21 May 2012
Prime MinisterVladimir Putin
Viktor Zubkov (Acting)
Dmitry Medvedev
Preceded byViktor Khristenko
Personal details
Denis Valentinovich Manturov

(1969-02-23) 23 February 1969 (age 50)
Murmansk, Russia
Political partyIndependent
Alma materMoscow State University (1994)

Denis Valentinovich Manturov (Russian: Денис Валентинович Мантуров; born February 23, 1969 in Murmansk, North Russia) is a Russian politician. On February 23, 2012 appointed Acting Minister of Trade and Industry of the Russian Federation by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. He was appointed as acting minister instead of Viktor Khristenko, who has resigned from the office.




  • 1998–2000 – Deputy Director General of Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant.
  • 2000–2001 – Commercial Director of The Mil Moscow Helicopters Plant.
  • 2001–2003 – Deputy Chairman of Federal State Investments Corporation.
  • 2003–2007 – Director General of United Industry Corporation, Oboronprom.
  • 2007–2008 – Deputy Minister of Industry and Energy of the Russian Federation.[1]
  • 2008 – Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Russia.[2]
  • In February 2, 2012 Mr Manturov was appointed as acting Minister of Industry and Trade,[3] his appointment was re-approved in May 21, 2012, in ministerial office as Minister of Industry and Trade in Dmitry Medvedev's Cabinet.[4]


He is currently married to his wife Natalia, of whom he has two children with (the oldest being Leonela and the youngest being Yevgeny). Leonela is currently a member of the Faculty of Sociology at Moscow State University. Manturov's father Valentin, has owned 50% of a financial company since November 2017, according to SPARK-Interfax.[5]

Lobbying interests[edit]

Manturov called for the transfer of natural monuments Yuraktau, Kushtau and Toratau to the Bashkir soda company, which will lead to their destruction.[6][7]


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Political offices
Preceded by
Viktor Khristenko
Minister of Trade and Industry
February 2, 2012–present