Q&A, Risk Management

Ukraine war: How do you keep a bank going during a conflict?

By Farah Khalique
Oleksandr Pysaruk, CEO of Raiffeisen Bank in Ukraine, in a meeting in a bomb shelter in Vinnytsia during an air-raid alarm

The threat of global conflict is creeping higher, as the Ukraine war, tensions in Taiwan and escalating conflict in the Middle East fan the flames of geopolitical risk. In the words of president of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, the “world has got rougher”. 


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