Yermak discusses corporate reform with chair of PrivatBank's supervisory board

Yermak discusses corporate reform with chair of PrivatBank's supervisory board

Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak discussed corporate reform with Chairperson of PrivatBank's Supervisory Board Sharon Easky and agreed on constant contact to resolve operational issues of the bank's activity.

"The parties agreed on the need to maintain constant contact and direct dialogue in order to respond quickly to possible challenges in the field of corporate reform and, in particular, to operational issues of PrivatBank," the press service of the President’s Office informs.

Yermak also assured Easky that President Volodymyr Zelensky supported the idea of ​​corporate reform and aimed to ensure further progress in the corporate governance of state-owned enterprises and state-owned banks.

As noted, the Head of the President's Office thanked Easky and the entire supervisory board and the management of PrivatBank "for conscientious performance of duties and work in the interests of the people of Ukraine."

As reported, the PrivatBank’s Supervisory Board announced on May 27 the appointment of Gerhard Boesch as the next chairman of the board.

PrivatBank, nationalized by the NBU in December 2016, is the largest commercial bank in Ukraine in terms of the number of customers, the value of assets, the loan portfolio, and the amount of taxes paid to the state budget.


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