The debate on Ukraine’s debt has flared up again. Some have even floated the idea that Ukraine should stop servicing its debt towards international financial institutions and the Western partners.
Is Agrokor too big to fail? The food producer and retailer has an income of 15 per cent of Croatia’s GDP but its insolvency means real trouble in the Balkans.
Poland was one of the last countries in the European Union which introduced the regime of orderly liquidation of banks, known as 'resolution'.
Ukrainian banking landscape has changed dramatically over the past two and a half years. CE Financial Observer talks with Kateryna Rozhkova, the central bank's deputy governor.