Implementation of the Financial Sector Strategy in Ukraine (EBRD-13634)

  • Ukraine
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  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
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  • Finance
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Updated in EWS May 31, 2021

Disclosed by Bank Apr 15, 2021

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Project Description

The project's aim of which is to build a resilient, competitive financial system in line with EU standards that can ensure sustainable economic development. Reform of the financial sector is considered to be among the most successful transformations undertaken since the Maidan revolution and the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has been at the forefront of these efforts.  More than 30 new projects are expected to be launched by the NBU in the five strategic directions as defined by the strategy: financial stability, macroeconomic development, financial inclusion, financial markets development, and innovation development (a detailed list of the projects is in the Annex 1 of the ToR). This TC Project comprises the appointment of 10 skilled consultants (a combination of project managers/senior project managers, analysts, and an office manager) who contribute to the implementation of the Ukraine financial sector strategy by providing expertise to the clients in order to ensure that the reform process is implemented to the highest possible standards. Experts will be based at the National Bank of Ukraine.

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