Goldman Sachs has agreed to advise the Ukraine government for free, according to Bloomberg.
The bank, “which hasn’t arranged a debt or equity sale in Ukraine since at least 1999… will advise the administration of Prime Minister Mykola Azarov on managing its investments, state debt and ‘other issues of financial-policy implementation.'”
“The selection follows Goldman’s third attempt in 17 years to crack ” the former Soviet Republic.
Meanwhile other American banks including JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley have work on various bond sales in Ukraine.
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