Volia CEO Zsembery to step down

György Zsembery

György Zsembery, the CEO of Ukraine’s leading cable operator Volia is to step down.

Hungarian national Zsembery, who is to take up a new position outside of Ukraine, will continue to contribute to Volia in the role of vice-chairman.

He will be replaced by Anton Dzyubenko, who was previously the CEO of advertising-supported video-on-demand service TV Play Baltics, part of Providence Equity-owned All Media Baltics, where he was responsible for operations and management of the group’s activities in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Prior to. Joining All Media Baltics in 2017, Dzyubenko was chief commercial officer and member of the board at Volia.

During his time at Volia, Zsembery was credited with helping improve the company’s services and modernising its product range, helping drive the modernisation of its network and improving its Net Promoter Score among subscribers, as well as improving its financial position.

Volia chairman Pierre Danone said that the company would “continue to use his skills and experience as vice-chairman” while welcoming Dzyubenko, who he said was bringing “very good experience”, both from Volia itself and All Media Baltics, to the role.