Following swiftly on the heels of “The French Spring” post yesterday advertising an experience in film, today I draw your attention to the annual Ukrainian Investment Summit which takes places between 18th-20th April at Grange St Paul’s Hotel in London.
An event ably assisted and promoted by the Adam Smith Institute.
To make matters clear, it is not a showcase to get the Ukrainian oligarchy to buy what they haven’t already bought of the One Hyde Park development in London, but an opportunity to highlight investment opportunities in Ukraine.
Possibly quite timely this year considering the DCFTA and AA agreements between Ukraine and the EU were initialed by both sides in Brussels on 30th March. Whilst not yet signed and ratified, the initialing does at least provide prospective investors with a guide to contractually agreed practices that will come into effect when it is.
So if you want to get up close and personal with many of the Ukrainian leading companies as well as the leading foreign companies already in Ukraine, plus get the chance to listen to both Ukrainian and foreign political and business leaders active here, go along to the Ukrainian Investment Summit and see what it’s all about.
Tomorrow I will not be advertising any events – We will return to deliberating over policy