Makar Paseniuk, Co-Founder of ICU, is mentioned in an article by Varisty regarding Ukraine's road to recovery following coronavirus. Makar said “Unfortunately, jobs lost during the first several months of the pandemic are unlikely to be fully recouped in 2021.”
How are businesses in emerging markets leading during the pandemic? We speak to Makar Paseniuk, co-founder of ICU, the independent asset management firm specializing in Central and Eastern Europe, to see how his company is facing the challenges posed by the pandemic.
We speak to Makar Paseniuk, founding partner of ICU, the independent asset management firm specialising Central and Eastern Europe to hear his views on the impact of COVID-19 and why economic pain globally and in Ukraine could persist even after the pandemic is contained.
In an interview with London Loves Business, Makar Paseniuk, Founding Partner at ICU discusses his views on Ukraine's economy and what will become of it due to the current crisis.
In an interview with Business Matters, Makar Paseniuk, Founding Partner of ICU discusses the global economic outlook due to coronavirus and says "Emerging and developed-nation companies alike face disrupted supply chains and virtual or quarantined workforces amongst other uncertainties. Ukraine has a debt-burdened frontier economy heavily reliant on external financing, commodity exports and remittances; and as such, it is particularly vulnerable to such events, especially since it’s grappling with several domestic issues."