2 December 2015: The Kyiv Post Tiger Conference 2015 to be held in Kyiv
24 November 2015
The fourth Tiger Conference, organised by the leading Ukrainian English-language newspaper Kyiv Post, will be held on 2 December 2015 at the Hilton Hotel in Kyiv, with the British Ukrainian Society being one of the event information partners.
The Kyiv Post Tiger Conference is an independent discussion platform that, for the fourth consecutive year, brings together 20 prominent speakers from all over the world and more than 300 leaders of Ukrainian and foreign companies, as well as government and civil society leaders, to discuss the most pressing challenges facing Ukraine.
The Tiger Conference 2015 theme is “Creating New Social Contract”, with the key subject of discussions focusing on how the country can this time finally become an effective, democratic and lawful state.
A new social contract is required to ensure that the recent revolution in Ukraine brings desired results and its goals are fulfilled. But how can this be achieved? The conference programme will include four panels focusing on the following issues: Rule of Law, Energy, New Economy, and Visionary Leadership.
The conference speakers will include:
Virgilijus Valancius, former President of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania,
Davit Sakvarelidze, Deputy Chief Prosecutor of Ukraine and Regional Prosecutor of Odesa,
Edward Chow, Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program at the Center for International and Strategic Studies (Washington D.C.),
Razvan Nicolescu, Former Minister-Delegate for Energy of Romania,
Andrei Kirilenko, Visiting Professor of Finance at the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis, Imperial College Business School (London),
Aivaras Abromavicius, Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine,
Timothy Ash, Head of CEEMEA Credit Strategy at Nomura International (London),
Erez Eshel, Former Director and Head of the Ein Prat Israeli Social Leadership Pre-Military School (Israel),
Ilya Ponomarev, a member of the Russian Parliament, and others.
Please visit the official Tiger Conference 2015 website for more information: http://tiger.kyivpost.com/
Watch the Tiger Conference LIVE at http://tiger.kyivpost.com/ – starting 2 December, 9.30 am (EET).