International Trade: Risks Associated with Currency Regulation and Financial Monitoring
The topic of currency control and financial monitoring is always relevant for a fast-paced trade market, taking into account the dynamic changes that have taken place over the past three years. The NBU has, starting in 2019, taken a rapid course to liberalize currency restrictions, gradually reducing obstacles to foreign exchange transactions, in contrast to the barely noticeable changes that have taken place over the last decade. Financial monitoring has also undergone some changes. Current changes to legislation on currency regulation and the state of implementation of legislation on financial monitoring will be considered more in detail.
Olena Kolchenogova is head of the International Law Practice at Nota Group
Oleksandr Slobodianiuk is a lawyer of the International Law Practice at Nota Group
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