In the first quarter of 2019, non resident foreign investors will be able to buy Ukrainian government bonds through a Clearstream link to the National Bank of Ukraine
Tuesday, October 2, 2018

In the first quarter of 2019, non resident foreign investors will be able to buy Ukrainian government bonds through a Clearstream link to the National Bank of Ukraine

In the first quarter of 2019, non resident foreign investors will be able to buy Ukrainian government bonds through a Clearstream link to the National Bank of Ukraine Depository, according to the central bank’s website. Yakiv Smoliy, central bank governor, writes: “Creating the opportunity to carry out transactions with state securities in hryvnia via the Clearstream system is a significant step in transforming Ukraine into a full-fledged participant in the global capital market. Ukraine’s integration into the global financial system will help increase the inflow of foreign capital to the Ukrainian economy and increase financial stability.” Philippe Seyll, co-ceo of Clearstream Banking, which operates securities settlement systems with links to over 50 national markets worldwide, comments: “We are pleased to have access to the Ukrainian capital market through our local partner, the NBU.”

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