Echoing a common complaint, Dmitry Dublet, co-founder of Monobank, writes on Facebook that British banks refuse to open accounts for Ukrainian businesses
Friday, August 3, 2018

Echoing a common complaint, Dmitry Dublet, co-founder of Monobank, writes on Facebook that British banks refuse to open accounts for Ukrainian businesses

Echoing a common complaint, Dmitry Dublet, co-founder of Monobank, writes on Facebook that British banks refuse to open accounts for Ukrainian businesses. They often argue that Ukraine is under financial sanctions. He writes: “If a company created by Ukrainians is trying to open an account with a British bank, then most likely it will be refused.” He cited conversations with British bankers who said Ukraine is on sanctions lists because of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and of Ukraine’s runaway president, Viktor Yanukovych. Officially, Britain supports trade and investment with Ukraine.

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