Yevhen Pentsak

Yevhen PentsakYevhen Pentsak - the finance and risk-management teacher at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, candidate of physical and mathematical sciences. He has completed his Master of Science in Economics at Lausanne university, and PhD (doctoral studies on finance) at association of Swiss universities. He is a member of IEMS (Institut d'Economie et de Management de la Santé, Lausan).

Middle-week thoughts - Yevhen Pentsak (50) 04 May'09

Middle-week thoughts: solidity of "workers" or solidarity with "workers"?

At the time of big changes that occur in the global economy, many people wonder where to move on, what to do, which new business projects to start, etc.? Where to go, which economic sectors will generate profit, where the core values of customers will be focused, how to provide for their future developments, what the key competencies are required for a company - it is an incomplete list of issues, which must be answered by a top manager of every modern company.

Tags: business model, Yevhen Pentsak, business strategy

Middle-week thoughts - Yevhen Pentsak (50) 16 April'09

Middle-week thoughts: crisis development according to the default scenario or default of the default scenarios

Financial analysts forecast the development of emerging economies for the next two years. The main claimants to the sovereign default remain the same, only the order in rank of the most unreliable is changing. Ukraine is not included in the last rating at all.

Tags: banking system, Yevhen Pentsak, crysis, default, currency market, IMF, market

Middle-week thoughts - Yevhen Pentsak (50) 06 March'09

Middle-week thoughts: "I'll go and drown in a deep river"

DGF refused to guarantee deposits of physical persons, the pro-government politics keep pulling the leg, the government intend to print billions of hryvnya, which is going to make a lot of harm to collaboration with IMF. In general, a situation in Ukraine reminds a stalemate, and that is why we must try to work out the most essential problems...

Tags: index, banking system, Yevhen Pentsak, fund market, IMF, credit

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