KPD Consulting - Legal Adviser to PUMB
KPD Consulting Law Firm advises First International Bank of Ukraine Public Joint Stock Company – leading banking institution in Ukraine. The legal support has been provided with respect to limited legal due diligence of real estate asset with special focus on its privatization and assessment of revealed risks.
Vladyslav Kysil the Partner of KPD Consulting in charge of Real Estate and Construction practice assisted by associates Mykhailo Semka and Anastasia Polischuk worked on the project.
“The professional lenders like banks, leasing and financial companies are the significant contributors to the economy of any developed country. We’re honored to assist many leading international and local financial institutions in Ukraine, one of which is PUMB and its prominent team” - Vladyslav Kysil commented.
Mrs. Lesya Nasekan, director of legal department for PJSC First International Bank of Ukraine adds: “We are pleased to cooperate with professional KPD team which is a reliable partner. As a result of our mutual work the bank has successfully implemented several investment projects of our clients”.
First Ukrainian International Bank (FUIB) – is universal bank qualified as a bank of largest banks’ group. Its activities are focused on commercial, retail and investment banking. The bank is established in 1991. The major shareholder is TOV “SCM Finance” (92,24% of shares), part of SCM Group. The Ukrainian net of FUIB counts 172 branches, bank assists to over 1,2 million private and 52 thousand corporate clients.
FUIB is a member of united ATM net Radius that together with partners counts for over 2600 ATMs all over Ukraine. FUIB web-site www.pumb.ua. Please join the bank’s communities in social media at www.pumb.ua/sm.
Should you have any questions with respect to above or require any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Vladyslav Kysil (email@example.com). We will be pleased to assist you.
Information contained in this overview is not intended to provide legal advice and should not be relied on or treated as a substitute for specific advice concerning individual situations.