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The prime minister says the government is working as usual.
16:18, 26 February 2020
Earlier, a number of Ukrainian media, citing sources in the government, reported on Tigipko's possible appointment as prime minister.
13:02, 26 February 2020
Negotiations with Tigipko are still underway.
11:09, 26 February 2020
The Court of Appeals concluded that the ruling by Kyiv's Pechersky District Court was groundless.
16:44, 02 December 2019
Firtash's business structures wanted to earn about US$20 million, but the transaction amounted to around US$13-15 million.
13:09, 24 April 2019
Tigipko's TAScombank remains only bidder to buy Russian bank's Ukrainian subsidiary VTB Bank – mediaSince Alfa-Bank did not provide a guarantee fee, TAScombank remained the only bidder.
12:40, 12 December 2018
Prior to buying Russian Sberbank's Ukrainian subsidiary, namely VS Bank, Tigipko had acquired Universal Bank from the Greeks.
15:40, 17 October 2018
The funds have been cashed with involvement of 23 legal entities.
13:20, 01 October 2018
<p>Sberbank Europe AG (a subsidiary of Russian Sberbank) has completed a deal to sell a controlling stake (99.9230%) in Russian Sberbank's Ukrainian subsidiary VS Bank, based in Lviv, to the TAS group owned by Ukrainian businessman Sergiy Tigipko, according to the press service of the Russian bank.</p>
12:00, 13 December 2017
<p>The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has allowed Ukrainian businessman Sergiy Tigipko to buy a 99.9% stake in Russian Sberbank's Ukrainian subsidiary VS Bank, based in Lviv, according to the regulator's website.</p>
12:12, 09 November 2017
<p>TAScombank, owned by Ukrainian businessman Sergiy Tigipko, boosted its profit by 22.5 times in January-September 2017, to UAH 42.49 million, or US$1.6 million, according to the bank's website.</p>
13:05, 01 November 2017