Ukraine’s governor on central banking as war endures

Andriy Pyshnyy speaks about Ukraine’s financial stability and need for investment

Credit: National Bank of Ukraine

You have said that one of the National Bank of Ukraine’s priorities is to create an insurance sector able to cope with the demands of wartime. What does that mean in practice?

We are trying to build a resilient, stable model of war insurance. There are two key assignments; both should be equally efficient. The first is to build instruments for export and reconstruction needs, and then we must build a comprehensive system for the resilient support of investments for economic recovery.

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