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Auditors Are Trained to Use ESCRIN Disclosure System.
Thirty-five auditors took a special training course on disclosing information in ESCRIN that was organized by the Securities and Stock Market State Commission with support from the USAID Capital Markets Project
Transparency of Ukrainian Banks: USAID Presents Research with Standard & Poor’s.
USAID Capital Markets Project, together with Standard & Poor’s rating agency and Financial Initiatives Agency, presented results of an annual study of information disclosure among Ukraine’s largest banks at the Hyatt Regency hotel to an audience of bankers, Ukrainian officials, and journalists
International Teacher’s Day: Financial Education on Pension Provision for Kyiv Universities.
Celebrating World Teacher’s day by illustrating the importance of education, USAID Financial Development Sector and Capital Markets Projects proceeded with their financial awareness program, distributing issues of the project’s Pension Investment Glossary
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Capital Markets Regulatory and Supervisory Framework
The development of capital markets and NBFI sector is critically dependent on the establishment of a sound regulatory and supervisory framework in which regulatory authorities are independent of the executive power and have a strong...
Capital Markets Infrastructure
Stock Exchanges and Post-Trade Information Systems. The exceptionally high degree of fragmentation is the most fundamental impediment to the future development of the equity market in Ukraine. To address this issue, the first priority is ...
Legal and Regulatory Reform of Capital Markets
The legal and regulatory area of the Capital Markets Project is designed to provide legal advice and legislative drafting support for the two main areas of the project. 1) Pensions. Pension reform is designed to meet the World Bank model...
The Capital Markets Project has a number of basic pension objectives. The first is to provide assistance in completing the legislation necessary to implement ...
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Financial Instruments Development
The Capital Markets Project will assist in the development of new financial instruments that will provide better investment diversification for investors, pension funds and retirement savings accounts, and will encourage full, timely and ...
The library contains key Ukrainian legislation on capital markets, international standards (OECD, IOSCO, EU), and the collection of reports and white papers prepared by Project's specialists...
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