Ukraine—Implementation of EU Practices for Accounting, Financial Reporting, and Audit

Client: European Union

Duration: 2019-2022

Region: Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Country: Ukraine

Solutions: Governance

Economic and political turbulence have marked Ukraine’s recent past. These conditions have not only disrupted the country’s macroeconomic and financial stability, but also undermined its investment climate, access to financial services for citizens and businesses, trade, and job creation. While positive economic trends are emerging, challenges remain.

The European Union-funded Implementation of EU Practices for Accounting, Financial Reporting, and Audit project works to address the various technical barriers that stand in the way of Ukraine’s economic development and success. Ukraine’s public and private sectors require further reform to develop an economy that can deliver balanced and sustainable growth that brings the country closer to Europe.

The project aims to enhance Ukraine’s transparency and business climate, facilitating domestic and foreign direct investment in the private sector and more closely integrating Ukraine into the European and global economies. Improvements to Ukraine’s business and investment climate will make the country an attractive destination for the new capital needed to transform the economy and place state finances on a stable foundation.

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Sample Activities

  • Harmonize legislation to remove the outstanding discrepancies between the updated Accounting Law and other legislation.
  • Implement regulations (such as bylaws, instructions, and manuals) developed for the amended Law of Ukraine on Accounting and Financial Reporting.
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