Lawyers will hold a seminar on the features of investment in Ukraine

Lawyers will talk about such a complex process as the features of investing in Ukraine, and also discuss strategies for protecting against raiding.

The law firm Evris and the Barristers law firm on February 19 will hold a law workshop «Investment Alphabet «KNOW HOW». Course for 2019», reports ZiB.

The forum will be held at the premises of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Velyka Zhytomyrska Str. 33, Kyiv, conference hall «Colosseum», 4th floor), the registration starts at 9.00.

In addition to the legal market specialists with whom you have long been familiar, a team of reformers will act as speakers: Hennadii Chyzhykov, President of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Anton Yanchuk, Head of the National Agency of Ukraine for Finding, Tracing and Management of Assets Derived from Corruption and other Crimes (АРМА), Oleksii Honcharuk, Chairman of the Better Regulation Delivery Office (BRDO), Nina Yuzhanina, Chairman of the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Tax and Customs Policy, and Ivan Lishchyna, Commissioner for the European Court of Human Rights.

The first block of the event will focus on the specifics of investing in Ukraine. In particular, the organizational forms of presence, the mandatory legal audit, currency restrictions, as well as antitrust issues, public-private partnerships and legislative innovations.

The second block will reveal the issue of investment protection, since often the main reason for the refusal of foreign investors from Ukrainian projects is fear for their money. Lawyers will tell you what to do to avoid the appearance of people with machine guns in their office and how to behave if they are already on the threshold.

The third block will be devoted to one of the existing problems in the Ukrainian realities – raiding. Participants will hear about strategies and examples of legal remedies, corporate and legal preventive measures and much more.

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