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Roundtable: Unlocking Investment in Ukraine 

Date: 24th April 2024

Time: 09.30 - 17.30 (UK time)

Venue: BIICL, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Sq London WC1B 5JP and ONLINE


Event Details

The aim of the project ''Unlocking Investment in Ukraine - UK Ministry of Justice (MOJ) and the British Institute for International and Comparative Law (BIICL)' is to inform key stakeholders on the advantages and options for, and provide recommendations and best practice on, enhancing dispute resolution mechanism to encourage, support and protect commercial investment in Ukraine by fortifying dispute resolution options for investors.

Objectives of the round table meeting:

  • Discuss issues facing business when investing in Ukraine
  • Discuss the current challenges facing the Ukrainian judicial system
  • Create a dialogue between the Ukrainian and UK judiciary, as well as governments, to assist with capacity building for the Ukrainian judiciary in dealing with commercial dispute resolution
  • Outline best international practices of international dispute resolution
  • Discuss project recommendations with an expert group of Ukrainian and UK senior officials, judges, experts and other stakeholders
  • Discuss possible solutions suitable for implementation in Ukraine.

Download the programme for the roundtable 

Speaker Biographies  

Download the Final Report Unlocking Investment In Ukraine 


  • Rt Hon Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, president of BIICL
  • The Rt Hon Alex Chalk KC MP
  • Spyros Maniatis, Director of BIICL
  • Helen Dodds, OStJ, Honorary Senior Fellow, BIICL
  • Dame Elizabeth Gloster
  • Maria Tymofienko, Project Director, Unlocking investment in the Ukraine UK MOJ/BIICL Project], BIICL
  • Olena Kibenko, Judge of the Commercial Cassation Court of the Supreme Court
  • Konstantin Pilkov, Judge of the Supreme Court
  • Tatiana Ognevyuk, Dobrosud
  • Ivan Mishenko, Supreme Court Judge, "Digital transformation and AI"

Gallery of images from the Roundtable

CPD Information

This event offers the equivalent of 8 CPD hours.


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