On Thursday, March 28, 2019,  U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) hosted a group meeting with Yuriy Terentyev, Chairman of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU). 

In the picture left to right: Andrew Mac, Asters; Cristen Young, White & Case; Yuriy Terentyev, AMCU; Brody Greenwald, White & Case; Morgan Williams, USUBC;

This roundtable was organized in cooperation with USUBC members, White & Case and Asters and covered a wide number of issues including protection of property rights, competition laws, investment climate and predictability etc. 

In the picture left to right:  Eric Pelofsky, Shell; Van Yeutter, Cargill; Yuriy Terentyev, AMCU.

In his presentation Mr. Terntyev told about  current agenda and role of Antimonopoly Committee (AMCU) in ongoing European Integration, about the competition environment in Ukraine, public procurement system ProZorro, M&A and other critical aspects of doing business in Ukraine.

This was the first time USUBC members met with Mr. Terentyev in Washington, and we look forward to meeting with him in Kyiv soon. 

Morgan Williams, President of USUBC, moderated the panel. 

The following companies participated in the roundtable: Shell; Cargill; Embassy of Ukraine in the USA; U.S. Department of Commerce; U.S. State Department; Asters, White & Case; Sayenko Kharenko; Albright Stonebridge Group; The Wall Street Journal; Exiger; Culhane Meadows PLLC; Ropes & Gray LLP and others. 

Our special Thank You to White & Case, a member of USUBC, for hosting this roundtable in their beautiful office in Washington.