Vice President of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.
Born on June 15, 1954, in Leningrad (current St. Petersburg).
Graduated from the University of Tartu with a diploma in applied mathematics. Defended his Candidate of Science thesis in 1981.
Has been active in business since the late 1980s, mostly in non-ferrous metals.
Headed the representative office of Raznoimport (UK) LTD in Eastern Europe from 1998 to 2000; has consecutively been the member of the Governing Boards of the following organizations: KB “Flora-Moskva,” OAO “Volhovskiy Aluminiyeviy Zavod,” OAO “Pikalevskiy Glinozem”, OAO “Syaskiy CBK,” “Volgogradsky Aluminieviy Zavod,” OAO “Metallurg,” and the OAO “Klyuchevskiy Zavod Ferrosplavov.”
Co-owner of the “Sevzapprom” company, co-owner and Governing Board member of the OAO “SUAL-Holding.”
Known patron. Financed the construction of the first synagogue and community center in Estonia. The synagogue was named “Beit Bella,” in honor of the mother of the philanthropist. Bronstein also supports numerous projects in Israel.
In June 2007, he was elected to the post of EAJC Vice President at the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress General Assembly in Jerusalem.