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August 2017

01:02 PM

Concorde Capital investment company was recognized as Top Sales/Trader on the Ukrainian market by Cbonds Awards CIS – 2017. The

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August 2017

01:01 PM

State railway monopoly Ukrzaliznytsia, among the Ukrainian economy’s strategic enterprises, announced on Aug. 29 that it will return to the

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April 2017

09:31 AM

The Concorde Capital investment company was awarded best in the “Finances –Investment Companies” category in the 2017 Reputation Activists national ratings. (more…)

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February 2016

12:41 PM

Igor Mazepa jointed owners of large and medium-sized businesses who united in Ukrainian Business Initiative and signed a declaration according to which they undertake to share responsibility for overcoming the crisis and economic growth of Ukraine with government and society.
“Albert Einstein said: “We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them” and he was right. For that reason I joined Ukrainian Business Initiative — to  try to change the rules of the game”, said  Igor Mazepa.
Declaration was signed  1st February  2016 in Kiev.
The key goals of Ukrainian Business Initiative:
— Rapid economic growth of Ukraine and growth in prosperity of Ukrainians.
— Creating equal and  favourable conditions for  conducting business in Ukraine.
— Stimulation and development of fair competition in Ukrainian economy.
— Competitive ability of Ukraine in global markets.
— Efficient and transparent governance.
The signatories to the declaration assumed the following obligations:
— To invest personally and attract investments into Ukrainian economy, create new jobs with decent employment conditions. ...

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December 2015

06:55 PM

The Concorde Capital investment company presented its evaluation of Ukraine’s 2015 economic results and offered its predictions for 2016 during its conference, “Concorde Reception: What to expect in the economy in 2016.”


Among the Ukrainian politicians and businessmen participating were Dmytro Shymkiv, the first deputy head of the Presidential Administration; Andriy Pyvovarskiy, the infrastructure minister; Vitaliy Vavryshchuk, the director of financial stability at the National Bank of Ukraine; and Igor Mazepa, the general director of Concorde Capital. In addition, participants viewed a video commentary by Timothy Ash, the director of the analytics and credit strategy at Nomura International.


During his presentation, Concorde Head of Research Alexander Paraschiy stated that Ukraine’s financial stability in 2016 is fully dependent on IMF support and other international donors that can potentially offer the country a total of about USD 10 bln. “At that, everyone understands that this money needs to be earned, firstly, and returned, secondly,” he said. “That’s why next year, parliament, government and the central bank will play a key role. It’s their actions ...

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