In the face of turbulence on the global financial services market and Instability in regulatory and law enforcement practices, business must constantly keep changes in financial sector legislation in focus. The KPMG Law Ukraine team cares about the safety of its clients and keeps them informed about all the important changes in banking and finance law. 

KPMG Law Ukraine has extensive experience in banking and finance law, including analysing non-performing loan portfolios, advice banks and non-bank financial institution activities (including local and international insurance companies), supporting entry into the Ukrainian market, and helping maintain the local activities of one of the largest international payment systems in the world. Our work encompasses active participation in transactions in the banking and finance sector which involves complete support, including negotiations, preparing transaction documents, and closing contracts in accordance with the terms agreed between parties. 

KPMG Law Ukraine’s Banking and Finance practice grows larger every year, demonstrating constant business interest in our services and our professionals’ experience in this field. 

The KPMG Law Ukraine team also has expertise advising Ukrainian and international clients on issues related to entering the Ukrainian financial and payment infrastructure markets, providing comprehensive support for their activities in accordance with current Ukrainian legislation. 


  • Support in the entry and operation of banks, financial institutions, payment systems, and other financial and payment market participants in the Ukrainian market 

  • Advice on the current activities of participants in the payment and non-banking financial institutions markets, including insurance companies 

  • Comprehensive support for companies in financing their business, transactions, or raising funds in Ukraine (including from banks and international financial institutions), at every stage of projects including pre-investment due diligence, representing the client's interests in negotiations, drafting transaction documents (loan agreements, security agreements), and closing transactions in accordance with the terms agreed between parties 

  • Accompanying and supporting clients in dealing with public authorities, including banking and financial sector regulators