Ukrainian deputy governor publicly criticises central bank

The National Bank of Ukraine
Oksana Parafeniuk

A deputy governor at Ukraine’s central bank has strongly criticised its governor’s decision to effectively take responsibility for banking supervision away from a respected senior official.

Dmytro Sologub said the change had been made in a “murky and non-transparent way” and endangered co-operation with the International Monetary Fund. His words mark a further intensification of the fierce political dispute around the National Bank of Ukraine and its banking reforms.

The NBU announced on

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