Between the years 2013- 2018, Mr. Şevki Acuner, who served as the Ukrainian Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, has appointed Ukraine as a member of the Supervisory Board of Ukrzaliznitsa.
Former Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development of Ukraine Şevki Acuner receives a new post in Ukraine.
The Council of Ministers, who has appointed a seven-member supervisory board to the Ukrainian Railways' Ukrzalisnitsa, which has been conducting business since 2015, has appointed Şevki Acuner, former Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, as board member.
Other members of the Board include Atlantic Council economist Andres Oslund, Deutsche Bank's K. Christian, Austrian finance expert A. Mat, Investment Attraction and Support Office Director D. Bilak, Ukrainian Natural Gas Pipeline Observation Committee Member K. Marievic, Blacskstone Former Manager of Ukraine İ. Yurik took part.
The announcement was made by State Minister Aleksandr Saenko at a press conference in Kiev.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, 20 September 2017 had established a supervisory board for Ukrzaliznitsa.
The four members of the seven-member committee are independent members and three members are public cadres.
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Ukrainian Railways Ukrzaliznits assigned to the Supervisory Board, Alexis Acuner, Director of the EBRD Turkey in 2013 after he started to work in Ukraine.
During the period of Şevki Acuner, Ukraine became one of the European countries where the EBRD provided the most credit. Many infrastructure projects, including road and energy projects, were implemented with EBRD loans.
Acuner graduated from Boğaziçi University, Department of Business Administration and completed his MBA at Stockholm University.
Acuner has been working in the Royal Bank of Canada for many years in corporate banking and has been with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for the last 15 years.
Ukraine is one of the countries where the EBRD has provided the most credit. (Ukrtürk)