Ranked 8 in the list of wealthiest Ukrainians according to Ukrainian edition of Forbes (2016). Founder and owner of one of the oldest financial and industrial groups in the country - until 2007 - "Ukrsib", since 2007 - DCH. The group includes companies in such sectors of the economy as finance, construction, transport, industry. FC Metalist president in 2005-2012. General investor of Kharkiv’s preparation for Euro-2012. The total amount of Aleksandr Yaroslavskyy’s social investment in Kharkiv’s preparation for Euro 2012 exceeded $ 300 million. The businessman’s total investment in the development of Kharkiv region exceeded $ 1 billion.
Owner and president of the DCH group. Candidate of Technical Sciences
Aleksandr Yaroslavskyy has several state awards and awards from international organizations. He is a well-known philanthropist, he finances charitable projects. He is married and has five children. He leads a healthy active lifestyle, is fond of yoga, tennis, diving, jogging, skiing.
MISSION AND OBJECTIVES
DCH’s mission - is to contribute to increasing the global competitiveness of the Ukrainian economy by growing the capitalization of companies in various sectors. By ensuring the high effectiveness and the efficiency of the companies that are in the sphere of DCH's interests, as well as by investing in strategically oriented and socially significant projects, the holding thereby creates a springboard for the next generations, which can rightly be proud of their country and its achievements.
In order to perform this mission DCH follows the following guidelines:
- Dynamic progress, ensuring high business results
- Flexibility, allowing to promptly react to external challenges and to make optimal investment and management decisions
- High corporate IQ and non-standard thinking, which always helps to be at least a step ahead
- Responsibility to all categories of stakeholders affected by DCH
| Real estate development || Transport|| Sport || Mechanic engineering || Iron-ore assets |
- Premier Palace Hotel Kharkiv 5*
- Karavan shopping and entertainment centers
|International Airport Kharkiv
||Rugby Club "Olymp"
||Kharkiv Tractor Plant (KhTZ)
||”Sukha Balka” mine