We represent companies of medium to large size who do not have international presence or business development sectors, but are interested in international business opportunities. Most of our buyers are outside of the U.S., which provides far-reaching opportunities to clients around the world. We build relationships and leads for our clients by leveraging our extensive network of key decision makers in Eastern European countries, such as:

1. Banking 

2. Insurance Companies

3. Retail

4. Utility Companies

5. Major Farming Concerns

6. Real Estate

7. Universities

Prominvestbank was founded in 1992. It was created on the basis of Promstroibank of Ukrainian SSR and is one of the oldest financial institutions in Ukraine. Throughout its history, PIB has been placed among the most powerful organizations of the Ukrainian banking sector. In 2001 the bank was first included as one of the 1,000 largest banks in the world, and still maintains its position there. According to the British magazine “The Banker” (Financial Times), Prominvestbank was named Bank of the Year in Ukraine three times: in 2003, 2004 and 2006.

JSCB “Pravex-Bank” is a universal organization that provides a full range of banking services in the territory of Ukraine. Due to its extensive network of 285 branches, Pravex-Bank is represented in all parts of Ukraine. Its impeccable 20-year history of success allowed it to become one of the most well-known banking organizations in Ukraine. 2008 was a landmark year for Pravex-Bank – at the end of June the sale of 100% of the shares to one of the leading banking groups in Europe – Italian group Intesa Sanpaolo – was completed. International banking group Intesa Sanpaolo is among the top banking groups in the Euro-Zone and is a business leader in Italy. Thanks to new opportunities and higher standards of risk management and technology, JSCB continues to make powerful breakthroughs.

Association of Ukrainian Banks (AUB) was founded in 1990 as an all-Ukrainian independent, non-commercial, and voluntary organization. AUB comprises of Ukrainian commercial banks, banking unions, and some non-financial organizations and presents their systemic interests in relations with the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), Verchovna Rada (Supreme Council), Presidential Secretariat, Cabinet of Ministers, State Tax Administration, Supreme Court, and other governmental and non-governmental institutions and organizations. AUB actively participates in the development of normative and legislative acts concerning banking activity as well as interacting with NBU and other entities concerning the development of the main direction of monetary policy,  supervision of banking activity, and tax policy. AUB has directly participated in the development of the banking system of Ukraine and stood up for interests of commercial banks and the banking system. In the course of its existence, AUB aimed to improve or decline hundreds of normative and legislative acts, bills and single articles of the laws of Ukraine that might hinder the activity and development of banks.

VTB Bank is a stable universal bank that belongs to the largest banking institutions in the country according to the classification of the National Bank of Ukraine. Specialized areas of VTB Bank are integrated services to large corporate clients, small and medium-sized businesses, provision services to individuals.

Joint Stock Company The State Export-Import Bank of Ukraine (JSC Ukreximbank):

  • Is 100% state-owned

  • One of the major and most profitable operators in the Ukrainian banking market

  • Services a considerable proportion of export and import activities effected by Ukrainian enterprises and enjoys a unique experience in the Ukrainian market in various areas of export-import banking, including documentary business and trade finance

  • Acts as the sole financial agent of the Government of Ukraine with respect to loans from foreign financial institutions, which are originated, borrowed or guaranteed by Ukraine

  • A partner of the World Bank under the largest Export Development Project in Ukraine, a partner of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD) under the EBRD Trade Facilitation Program and the EBRD Energy Efficiency Program, a partner of Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (the KfW) under Small and Medium Enterprises Program

  • Has the widest foreign network of correspondents and long-standing reliable partners world-wide among Ukrainian banks

  • Favored with over 100 clear credit lines from global financial institutions for short-term uncovered documentary and trade finance transactions

  • The only Ukrainian bank recognised by over 30 primary Export Credit Agencies as a direct borrower/guarantor on medium and long term financing

  • Has a well developed branch network which embraces all main regions and industrial centres of Ukraine