Latest articles from Natasha Turak

Kiev teaser

Reforms bring a business-friendly Ukraine

May 2, 2017

For so long mired in corruption and bureaucratic red tape, in the past three years Ukraine has enacted numerous reforms to improve the climate for doing business. Now, writes Natasha Turak, the battle is on to convince investors that the conflict-affected country is a safe bet.

Lviv teaser

Lviv gives Ukraine a European touch

May 2, 2017

Lviv has both close proximity to and a fondness for Europe. Together with a wealth of talent and favourable labour costs, the city is rapidly becoming a popular location within the EU supply chain, as Natasha Turak reports.

Odessa teaser

Odessa eyes status as Ukraine’s Silicon Valley

May 2, 2017

Known primarily as a holiday destination, Odessa is fast becoming a magnet for tech start-ups. Boasting highly skilled graduates and an entrepreneurial spirit, the port city has an ambition to become Ukraine’s San Francisco. Natasha Turak reports.

Luxembourg Stock Exchange CEO goes further down the green route

April 1, 2016

The CEO of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, Richard Scharfe, tells Natasha Turak about the exchange's expertise in green bonds, why it is dominated by debt instruments, and what is behind its international popularity.

Luxembourg finance minister eyes fintech hub status

April 1, 2016

Luxembourg's minister of finance, Pierre Gramegna, tells Natasha Turak why he wants to create the ideal environment for financial technology firms to thrive in the country.

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