Andriy has been managing UMG Investments since 2009. He has more than 20 years’ experience in M&A, investment management, corporate governance and finance. Before joining UMG, Mr Gorokhov worked at United Capital (asset management), SCM (asset management), PwC (finance consulting and auditing) and the ARBED Group (metal industry). During his career, Andriy Gorokhov has gained significant practical experience in investment, mining, machinery, transport, energy, metal and other industries. Under Mr Gorokhov’s management, the capitalized value of UMG Investments portfolio has seen an eight-fold increase, growing to USD 500+ million. Andriy Gorokhov is an alumnus of two business schools: INSEAD (EMBA 2008) and Harvard Business School (PLD 2016).
Has been holding the post of SCM Investment Director since July 2018. Since November 2015, he had been the Director of Business Development at SCM.
From July 2010 to August 2011, Sergey Zuzak worked at SCM Company as an investment manager at the mining and metallurgical business development department.
Before joining SCM, from 1999 to 2003, Sergey Zuzak held a specialist position in the Creditanstalt Investment Bank. From 2004 to 2010 he worked as an investment manager in the international investment company Horizon Capital (Western NIS Enterprise Fund until 2006). Mr. Zuzak is responsible for the development of SCM business areas such as agriculture (HarvEast Holding), mineral production (UMG INVESTMENTS), retail (Ukrainian Retail) and gas stations (Parallel-M Ltd). His responsibilities include strategy, investment, finance and risk.
In 2001 he graduated from the National University "Kiev-Mohyla Academy" with a degree in Economic Theory and Entrepreneurship.
Started his career in VESCO in 2000 as Sales Specialist. In 2007, he was appointed Director of Sales and Logistics at that enterprise. Since 2013, he joined the UMG Investments team as Sales Director and since 2017, has been General Director of INTECH. Sergey is also member of Supervisory Boards in a number of UMG Investments’ portfolio companies, and since March, 2020 – Head of the Supervisory Board at PVP “Kryvbasvybukhprom” PJSC. Over his career, Sergey gained practical experience in investment, mining, transportation, metallurgy and other industries. Sergey Melnychenko took part in several public programs of business schools such as INSEAD and SKOLKOVO and also obtained a Master’s degree in International Economics at Donetsk National University.
The ethical standards of the Company meet high international business standards.
We are steadily fulfilling our obligations with regard to all partners, we act openly and strictly comply with SCM business standards. The Company has implemented the Code of Ethics and the Anti-corruption Policy, which are mandatory for all employees to comply with standards of conduct.