Entirely by chance, in 2006, I ended up controlling a small bank in Lviv, Ukraine, and I have been doing it ever since.
I must admit, a lot has happened in the last decade. First, it was a story of optimism, following the 2004 Orange Revolution but after the financial crisis in 2008-2009, it has mostly been a tale of damage control and survival. The Euromaidan revolution at the end of 2013, and in early 2014, brought a short glimmer of hope but this was extinguished by an even more brutal economic crisis, as well as the sad loss of …read more
Source: Emerging Europe