The Ukrainian-British City Club (UBCC) presents
Annual Economic Panel Discussion

Outlook for Ukraine’s Economy in 2008
Hosted by Clifford Chance LLP

Thursday 21 February 2008
London, UK
18:30 - 21:00
Commencement: 19:00
The Young City Club at the Ukrainian-British City Club presents the annual economic panel discussion Outlook for Ukraine’s Economy in 2008 which will take place at 10 Upper Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London E14 5JJ on Thursday 21 February 2008, hosted by Clifford Chance LLP.

Guest Speakers:

Timothy Ash, Senior Managing Director, Head of Emerging Europe, Middle East and Africa Fixed Income/FX Research, Bear Stearns

Martin Blum, Head of EEMEA Economics and Fixed Income/FX Strategy, UniCredit Markets and Investment Banking, UniCredit

Frank Gill, Director, European Sovereign Ratings, Standard & Poors

Sergei Voloboev, Director, Emerging Markets Economics Research Group, Credit Suisse

Ivailo Vesselinov, Director, Emerging Markets Economics Research, Dresdner Kleinwort

Admission is by invitation only. 

Cost of attending the event:
UBCC members: free of charge
Non-members: GBP 15 per person

UBCC corporate members are entitled to be accompanied by a limited number of guests (small business - up to one, corporate - up to two, large corporate up to three persons) provided the names of the guests and their email addresses are provided to the UBCC within the requisite time limit, and subject to availability of the places.

Please respond by 15 February 2008 to or by post to the Ukrainian-British City Club at 145-157 St John Street, London EC1V  4PY if you would like to attend the economic panel discussion. 

Any non-members who join the UBCC before 15 February 2008 will be entitled to attend the UBCC annual economic panel discussion Outlook for Ukraine’s Economy in 2008 for free.

The Ukrainian-British City Club is a non-profit organisation set out in the United Kingdom for promotion of trade and business between Ukraine and the United Kingdom. The initiative to create such an entity belongs to a group of the young Ukrainian professionals in the fields of investment banking, law, accounting, marketing and the information technology who are settled in the United Kingdom. The initiative has support of the Ukrainian Embassy in London, the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain and the All-Party Ukrainian Parliamentary Group at the British Houses of Parliament.

For the details of membership, sponsorship and patronship benefits, and how to become a member of the UBCC, please see our website on