Place of Birth. Education. Born May 23, 1971 in Lviv. Graduated from the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv with a diploma in economic theory. In 1994 he graduated from the management program at the International Center for Management (Budapest), and in 1995 received an MBA from Emory University Business School (Atlanta, USA). In addition, he graduated from management development programs at Harvard Business School, the Blue Ocean Strategy Institute at Insead Business School, China Europe International Business School, and the George Welsh Center for Leadership Development at GE.
Career. Pavlo Sheremeta became the first dean of the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School (KMBS), holding this position from 1999 to 2008. In 2006, he entered the top 15 managers of Ukraine according to Kompanion magazine.
From 2006 to 2010, he served as Vice President of the Association for Management Development in Central and Eastern Europe (CEEMAN), an organization with 200 institutional members from 50 countries, today he is an honorary member of its Board of Directors. From 2008-2011, he was President and Senior Consultant of the Malaysian Blue Ocean Strategy Institute, a consulting company established by Professor Chan Kim and the Malaysian government.
Pavlo Sheremeta was also director of the MBA program at the International Institute of Management (MIM-Kyiv). Acted as a consultant to Viktor Pynzenyk and a freelance adviser to the Mayor of Lviv on development strategy. From November 2012 to February 2014 - President of the Kiev School of Economics.
Sheremeta is currently Vice Chair of the Global Council for Ukraine at the World Economic Forum. He has taught strategy and leadership at leading business schools in Eastern Europe and Asia. He hosted the economic program "Free People" on the TVi channel, and was a columnist for Forbes Ukraine. Member of the Advisory Board of Lvov Business School UCU (LvBS).
From February 27 to September 2, 2014, Pavlo Sheremeta served as Minister of Economic Development and Trade in the government of Arseniy Yatsenyuk. The reason for leaving was disagreement with the procedure for approving the candidacy of the trade representative of Ukraine by the government.
Since 2017, he has been the managing partner of Proriv.in.ua.
Views and assessments. As a minister, he called creating conditions for an economic breakthrough his task. Top priorities: transparent public procurement law, deregulation of business and improvement of human capital. Refused official cars, moves around the capital by public transport.
Family. He is married to Oksana Sheremet and has two daughters, Olesya and Sofia.
May 21, 2023