Ukrainian Banking Day, 4-12-2017

October 11, 2017 • Business, Past Events • Views: 663

WHEN:

Monday, 4 December 2017

WHERE:

Millennium Hotel Mayfair, 44 Grosvenor Square, W1K 2 London, United Kingdom

Admission:

Registration fee:

£549 (until 3rd November)

£599 (after 3rd November)

Registration fee includes attendance, refreshment breaks, luncheon and drinks reception.

The most influential members of the Ukrainian banking community and other key stakeholders will gather with their counterparts from the City of London to highlight the progress that has been made and to outline the new vision of the Ukrainian banking landscape.

Monumental changes have taken place in the Ukrainian banking sector: the number of institutions has halved; a challenging, but essential, reform process has moved ahead and the nationalisation and recapitalisation of the country’s largest lender, Privatbank, took place in a swift and controlled manner.

Highlights of the Day include:

– Kyrylo Shevchenko, Chairman of Ukrgasbank and Anton Shevalev, Alternate Director at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) (and Supervisory Board Member of Privatbank, Oschadbank and Ukreximbank) are amongst the leaders of the major state-controlled banks who will outline the strategies and vision for their institutions’ future direction and what will be the state’s future role in the banking sector;
Ruslan Demchak, Deputy Head of the Rada Banking & Finance Committee, and Svetlana Rekrut, Deputy CEO of the Deposit Guarantee Fund, will be among the senior officials and regulators, who will spell out the current key priorities for the reform process;
– Steven Fisher, CEO of Citibank Ukraine and Roman Shpek, Senior Adviser, Alfa-Bank Ukraine, will be joined by their peers from Ukraine’s leading commercial banks to discuss the most topical issues facing the sector, the operating environment and where the key growth areas exist;
– Francis Malige, Managing Director, Eastern Europe & Caucasus, EBRD, and Elena Voloshina, Head of Operations, Ukraine, IFC, will be joined by the other major IFIs, who are playing a particularly active role in the reform and restructuring process, to outline their vision for the sector and what remains to be achieved.

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