Alexander Granovskiy

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Alexander Granovskiy (born July 31, 1972 in Uman, Ukraine), is a Ukrainian businessperson, shareholder at Vertex United.[1]


Odessa University, Faculty of Law. National Academy for Public Administration under the President of Ukraine


As of 1 July 2014, Alexander Granovkyi is a co-owner of Vertex United, holding company managing the following assets:[2]

  • Finance: PJSC “FinBank”.
  • Hotel business (4-5-star hotels): President Hotel, Bristol Hotel, Londonskaya Hotel, other hospitality objects.[3]

Activity timeline[edit]

  • Chief commercial officer, chief construction officer, Evas (Odessa).
  • Co-founder and CEO, Odessa-based Montazhgorstroi.
  • Co-founder of VIP Odessa and trading house Kashtan
  • “Businessman of the Year” in Odessa (People’s Choice Award 2001).
  • Vice-president, Football Federation of Ukraine (until 2012).
  • Transfer of business assets to the management of Gennadiy Granovskiy, Alexander Granovskiy’s father.
  • Development of Trading House “Myagkov” in Russia. Forming of logistics center and federal distribution.
  • Change of business strategy. Sale of “Myagkov” trademark and Trading House “Myagkov” to a large Russian producer – “Sinergiya” concern – with further IPO.
  • Sale of “Odessa Plant of Sparkling Wines” (“Odessa”, “L’Odessika” and “HenryRederer” trademarks) to an international Italian company GruppoCampari.
  • Creation of Vertex United in partnership with Boris Kaufman, which united assets across several business lines: hotels – (4-5-star hotels): President Hotel, Bristol Hotel, Londonskaya Hotel, other hospitality objects; assets of JSC “FinBank”; investment and development assets – magazines “Focus”, “Focus. Krasivaya Strana”, website
  • People’s deputy of Ukraine elected to the 4th Verkhovna Rada from Social Democratic Party of Ukraine (united), member of Verkhovna Rada Budget Committee.


  1. ^ "Борис Кауфман" (in Ukrainian). Archived from the original on 11 September 2014. 
  2. ^ Azran, Aran. "Ukrainian businessman Alexander Granovsky buying Willi-Food". Archived from the original on 11 September 2014. Retrieved 11 September 2014. (Registration required (help)). Ukrainian businessman Alexander Granovsky said... he is buying a majority stake in Willi-Food... 
  3. ^ Peretz, Peretz (3 March 2014). "Alexander Granovsky's Emblaze Buying Control Of Willi-Food Investments For £45.8 Million". Archived from the original on 11 September 2014.