Round table “Bankruptcy on military rails”

“Bankruptcy on military rails” is the topic of an online round table, where Natalia Tishchenko and other professionals in the field of bankruptcy will answer the following questions:

  • How does the Ministry of Justice help debtors and creditors in a state of war, when communication is severely disrupted, and how can the Ministry help in bankruptcy proceedings?
  • What novelties or new bills are being prepared by the ministry on bankruptcy issues?
  • Is it possible to keep a business under martial law through bankruptcy?
  • How does the arbitration manager work now?
  • How are creditors’ meetings (committees) held?
  • Before the war, you had an active position in bringing leaders, owners and beneficiaries to justice. Will the war forgive everything?
  • Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of 03.03.2022 № 187 “On ensuring the protection of national interests in future claims of the state of Ukraine in connection with the military aggression of the Russian Federation” provides for a moratorium on the property of the aggressor. How does this affect the bankruptcy procedure?
  • Is it possible to confiscate property from a bankrupt for military purposes?


Natalia Tyshchenko is a practicing arbitration manager and lawyer, one of the most experienced lawyers in Ukraine in the field of bankruptcy.
Valeria Kolomiets – Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine for European Integration.
Vladislav Filatov – Director of the Bankruptcy Department of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.
Anastasia Shevchenko – Head of the Legal Information Analysis Department LEAGUE: LAW, Candidate of Political Science, practicing lawyer with 20 years of experience.

When? June 29 at 16:00

Participation is free subject to registration. Register by following the link. Questions to experts can be asked by following the link in the Google form.