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From Regions / Europe / Ukraine October 3, 2019

Private View Blog: Ukrainian assets have foreign investors circling

Family offices, venture capital funds and other investors hungry for yield see plentiful opportunities in Ukraine, especially in its ports, agriculture and technology sectors. But the risks remain, not least over central bank independence and future relations with Vladimir Putin’s Russia   

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From Regions / Europe / Ukraine September 24, 2014

Europe fears chill of new Cold War

The impact of Russia’s actions in Ukraine has been felt far beyond those countries’ borders, and the consequences for European countries could be huge if the situation worsens

Amin Rajan, Create
From Regions / Europe / Ukraine July 30, 2014

Russia's fading appeal as an investment destination

Investors consider Russia to be a "one trick pony" dependent on its natural resources

From Regions / Europe / Ukraine May 27, 2014

Will Ukraine prove to be the catalyst for another crisis?

Saxo Bank’s Steen Jakobsen and Mark Burgess of Threadneedle discuss whether the Ukraine crisis will have much broader implications

Alexey Aleksandrov, UkrSibbank
From Regions / Europe / Ukraine March 31, 2014

UkrSibbank in step with cautious Ukrainian clients

Ukraine’s UrkSibbank has slowly but surely been making headway in the country’s private banking industry, bringing Western-style products to a clientele who are slow to trust and prefer to play it safe

From Regions / Europe / Ukraine March 21, 2014

Russian incursion felt far beyond Ukraine’s borders

The economic fallout of Russia’s actions in Ukraine will affect not only individuals and businesses in the two countries, but global financial centres

Oleksii Aleksandrov, UkrSibbank
From Regions / Europe / Ukraine July 19, 2013

Global heavyweights set sights on Ukraine

Ukrainians are worried about the security of their assets, creating opportunities for global wealth managers

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