Top mistakes in privatization: things not to do | Video-recording of the webinar

Ukrainian privatization is gaining momentum: more and more assets are getting privatized. Ukraine has raised over UAH 3,03 billion from privatization in 2020 and the State Property Fund of Ukraine is planning to reach UAH 12 billion in 2021.

However, along with the success stories, some fails take place, experience of which gives us the understanding of how the potential buyer shall not act and what shall be taken into account by the privatization participant.

GOLAW law firm jointly with the State Property Fund of Ukraine held a webinar, during which speakers discussed practical aspects of preparation, participation in auctions, and post-auction stages of the privatization process. Become aware of how to make everything properly and not to lose the opportunity of purchasing unique assets.

Topics covered:

  • What mistakes of potential buyers prevented them from successful privatization? (real cases)
  • What actions shall be taken and what are the nuances of documents preparation for the privatization?
  • Buyer’s eligibility requirements.
  • Peculiarities of foreign investors’ participation in privatization.
  • Practical tips on how to prepare for the privatization
  • Q&A session

Speakers:

  • Max Lebedev – Partner at GOLAW
  • Oleksandr Melnyk – Associate at GOLAW
  • Olga Batova – Counsel of the Chairman of the State Property Fund of Ukraine

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Oleksandr Melnyk

Oleksandr Melnyk

Partner, Head of Corporate Law and M&A practice, Attorney at law

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