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The financial needs and mechanisms for Ukraine’s reconstruction and recovery

Place du Congrès 1, Brussels, Belgium

This in-person event is free and open to the public but registration is mandatory.

In-person event

The financial needs and mechanisms for Ukraine’s reconstruction and recovery


In-person event:

After the war comes reconstruction. This event will explore the financial needs and funding tools for Ukraine’s sustainable recovery. The discussion will focus on identifying the levels of financial support needed, the potential funding sources and the design of funding mechanisms.

The panel will bring together experts from Ukrainian civil society and representatives of the European Commission and the European Investment Bank. They will take a closer look at the role of the EU and international community in supporting the efforts to rebuild Ukraine by putting an emphasis on transparency, decentralisation, the participation of private capital and the path forward for Ukraine’s sustainable growth and resilience. The panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.

Registration to this event ends on 25 April 13:00

Tinatin Akhvlediani Tinatin Akhvlediani
Tinatin Akhvlediani

Research Fellow and Head of the Financial Markets and Institutions Unit

Speakers list
Marlene Madsen

Head of Unit on Economic and Sectoral Policies and Deputy Director of the Ukraine Service, DG Near, European Commission

Oleksandra Betliy

Leading Research fellow, Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting

Olena Pavlenko

President, DiXi Group

Maria Repko

Deputy Executive Director, Center for Economic Strategy

Yurii Romashko

co-founder and Executive Director, Institute of Analysis and Advocacy

Luca Gattini

Head of Macro Scenario Unit, European Investment Bank