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Evris, Sergii Papernyk, Kiev, UKRAINE

Sergii Papernyk

Tel:
Work +380443649191
Email:
Evris

Work Department

Banking and Finance, FinTech

Position

Partner, Head of Banking and Finance, Head of FinTech

Career

Renowned expert in banking and financial law. He is talented in challenging new horizons of legal science in the most complicated business cases.

Sergii’s experience includes legal support for setting up the financial companies and licensing, maintaining of banking transactions, financial restructuring and other financial activities. He represented clients in courts at all levels. 

Sergii is attorney at law and has over 12 years of experience in protection of rights and complex dispute resolution procedures, within the banking system, including litigation, arbitration, bankruptcy and restructuring.

All this resulted in him being selected the Head of the Arbitration Committee for financial restructuring procedure, a new board established in compliance with the requirements of Law On Financial Restructuring.

His last years’ practice also includes legal support for FinTech startups and e-commerce companies

Languages

Ukrainian, Russian, English

Member

Ukrainian Bar Association

Education

Sergii graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Foreign Trade with a diploma in law, and from the European University of Finance, Information systems, Management and Business with a diploma in economy.

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Ukraine: Fintech

November 2018. By Sergii Papernyk

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Fintech law in  Ukraine . [Continue Reading]

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