IMF Mission Begins Work in Ukraine
They will examine the state of the asset management market
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A technical assistance mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), begins its work in Ukraine today by visiting the National Securities and Stock Market Comission, to study the state of the asset management market in the country, reads a report posted on the commission’s website.
“The IMF technical assistance mission, which includes the IMF Monetary and Capital Markets Department experts Eija Holttinen and Richard Stobo, will examine the National Securities and Stock Market Comission of Ukraine within the framework of Ukraine’s cooperation with the International Monetary Fund. The IMF experts will examine the state of the asset management market, and the legislative and regulatory framework governing this sector. Series of meetings with representatives of the asset management market, self-governing organizations and state authorities will take place during the visit,” the comission stated.
The mission will be in Ukraine until May 22.