Legal firm "Sofiya" announces about Victor Rudyy joining the LF "Sofiya"as a partner
Victor Rudyy graduated from Khmelnitsky Institute of Management and Law majoring in "Jurisprudence".
During 2007 - 2009 he was a member of the working group on the development and regulation of credit unions in Ukraine, established at the State Commission for Regulation of Financial Services Markets in Ukraine; participated in the development of many draft regulations of Derzhfinposluh and Natskomfinposluh regulating credit union market.
In cooperation with USAID AgroInvest Project and Canadian Cooperative Association's “Ukrainian Credit Union Strengthening Project” Victor Rudyy carried out on-site legal monitoring (inspections) of credit unions.
Mr. Rudyy was involved in development of sample internal documents for credit unions on financial management, financial services, financial monitoring, protection of personal data, constituent documents, and provided litigation and licensing support to credit unions.
From 2007 to 2010 Victor was a co-author of "Developments in legislation and jurisprudence" section in the “Visnyk Kredytnoyi Kooperatsi” publication.
Key practice areas for Victor Rudyy are financial and civil law. Currently Victor has extensive experience in legal regulation of financial institutions, tax law, financial monitoring and protection of personal data.
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