Dengi.ua

The publication was launched in 2006. It was developed by the editor of the first business publication Ekonomicheskiye Izvestiya Oleksandr Kramarenko. According to the State Registry of the Media, the publication has a certificate to publish Dengi.ua Special Issue. In 2016, the chief editor Oleksandr Kramarenko reported the release of the Ukrainian version of the magazine.

Key facts

Audience Share

0.2

Ownership Type

private

Geographic Coverage

National

Content Type

paid content

Data Publicly Available

ownership data is easily available from other sources, e. g. public registries etc.

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Media Companies / Groups

UMH

Ownership

Ownership Structure

The magazine was founded by Ukrainska Media Group LLC, the sole shareholder of which is United Media Holding (Netherlands)

Voting Rights

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Individual Owner

Media Companies / Groups
Facts

General Information

Founding Year

2006

Founder

Borys Lozhkin

Affiliated Interests Founder

The founder of UMH holding, ax-chairman of the Presidential administration (from 2014 to August 29, 2016). He was born in Kharkiv in 1971. In 1985-1989, he worked as a reporter in Leninska Zmina and Vecherniy Kharkiv newspapers. In 1989-1990, he founded a distribution network for newspapers and magazines. In 1994, he founded UMH publishing house, which issued the first Ukrainian tabloid Telenedelia. In 1998, he created a UMH group holding, which consolidated Telenedelia, Argumenty i Fakty in Ukraine, and then magazines Football and Forbes in Ukraine. By 2011, it comprised of 25 print media, 8 radio stations, a series of online projects, including bigmir.net. His business partner in UMH was Hennadiy Boholiubov, the business partner of Ihor Kolomoyskyi in Privat group. In 2012, Lozhkin, jointly with the media holdings of Petro Porshenko and Rinat Akhmetov, incorporated United Online Ventures, which consolidated i.ua, bigmir.net and tochka.net. As regards to his political career, he held offices of the advisor to the Minister of Economics Viktor Suslov (1997-1998), deputy of Kharkiv municipal council (1998-2002), first as advisor, and then the head of President Administration in 2014. After dismissal he became the chairman of the National Investment Council. From 2004 to 2006, he was the president of the Ukrainian Association of Press Publishers, and in 2012-2013 the member of presidium of the Media Employers’ Federation (an affiliate of Firtash-Liovochkin group).

Ceo

Tetiana Yefymenko

Affiliated Interests Ceo

UMH Publishing CEO Tetiana Yefymenko

Editor-In-Chief

Oleksandr Kramarenko

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Born in 1982 in Kharkiv. He obtained a technical engineering education at Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute, PhD in Engineering. He became the chief editor of Dengi magazine since its release. In addition, he worked in senior positions in business publications Business, Profil-Ukraina.

Other Important People

Olena Bondarenko
Oleksandr Berdynskykh

Affiliated Interests other important people

Olena Bondarenko has been the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of UMH, people’s deputy from the Party of Regions from September 2014 to April 2015. Known as a journalist and later a politician. She worked on Donetsk television; in 1995-1998, she was the editor of TRC Ukraine news service, worked in Donetsk representative office of TRC Inter, and TRC New Donbass. She was the leader of the press service of the Donetsk Regional Council (2002-2006, the chairman of the board was one of the leaders of the Party of Regions, and now the Opposition Bloc, Boris Kolesnikov). From 2006 to 2014, she has been the people’s deputy from the Party of Regions (5th, 6th, 7th convocation).
Oleksandr Berdynskykh, the editor of the first business newspaper Ekonomicheskiye Izvestiya. He worked on the launch of Dengi magazine, and now is chief editor of Capital.

Contact

17-G Kurenivskyi lane, Kyiv 04073, tel. (044) 207 97 05, e-mail: dengi@dengi.ua www.dengi.ua

Financial Information

Revenue (in Mill. $)

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Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

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Advertising (in % of total funding)

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Market Share

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Further Information

Headlines

Досрочное закрытие сделки. Курченко стал собственником UMH group
http://korrespondent.net/business/mmedia_and_adv/3203950-dosrochnoe-zakrytye-sdelky-kurchenko-stal-sobstvennykom-UMH-group
Олександр Крамаренко: «Ми відчули запит на україномовний журнал»
http://detector.media/rinok/article/113164/2016-02-29-oleksandr-kramarenko-mi-vidchuli-zapit-na-ukrainomovnii-zhurnal/
Журнал "Деньги" провел первую в Украине оценку инфляции для потребительской корзины среднего класса http://mmr.ua/show/zhurnal-dengi-provel-pervuju-v-ukraine-ocenku-infljacii-dlja-pot/263

Meta Data

The difficulty of documented confirmation of beneficial owners is related to the offshore company registration. Also, the company website contains almost no information on managers, making it difficult to establish the data reliability. Information about the fact that the publication has no such position as CEO was received from the newspaper editorial board by phone. UMH does not expressly indicate, and does not deny the involvement of Sergiy Kurchenko in business. In a press release of SYEPEK published by Liga Business Inform, the UMH acquisition is commented by Kurchenko, described as the chairman of SYEPEK supervisory board. The information on Kurchenko’s affiliation to UMH is also confirmed by the registry of court decisions. In particular, the decision to collect a debt by Ukreximbank from Correspondent LLC, indicates the company controlled by Kurchenko, SYEPEK (Eastern European Fuel Energy Company), as a third party. The business is said to be owned by Sergiy Kurchenko in the company press release published by Interfax news agency.

Sources Media Profile

State register Ministry of justice of Ukraine of print media and information agencies as subjects of information activity. Retrieved in August 2016, from http://dzmi.informjust.ua/

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