Gorshenin Institute will organize and host the roundtable entitled "What should we await from the exchange rate?", starting at 1100 on 3 February.
Questions for the discussion:
1. Today’s exchange rates: how relevant are they in the actual financial and economic situation in Ukraine? Who should be blamed for the hryvnia exchange rate drop?
2. What are the trends of the foreign exchange market? What should Ukrainians expect in the new year?
3. Shall international players help us? Why is not the IMF loan programme carried out? What should one expect from cooperation with international financial institutions?
4. National Bank policy: is there any? What is it focused on? How does it affect the hryvnia exchange rate and the economic situation in the country?
Participants of the round table:
1. SERHIY YAREMENKO, former deputy head of the NBU
2. OLEKSANDR SAVCHENKO, rector of the International Institute for Business, former deputy head of the NBU
3. VIKTOR SUSLOV, Ukrainian minister of economy in 1997-1998
4. OLEKSANDR KRAMARENKO, editor in chief of DENGI magazine
5. NBU representatives
Moderated by: VOLODYMYR ZASTAVA, director of the Information Department at the Gorshenin Institute
Media accreditation: (044) 230 49 62
Please mind that the discussion is helf in Ukrainian and Russian only, and no translation is provided by the Gorshenin Institute. However, you are welcomed to be accompanied in case you need help of your interpreter.
GORSHENIN INSTITUTE ADDRESS: 18b Mala Zhytomrska, Kyiv (entrance through the archway from Mykhailivsky lane)