International law firm Integrites successfully defends the interests of Piraeus Bank in a number of major disputes.
As a part of co-operation with Piraeus Bank, the team of ILF Integrites’ lawyers represented the client in a number of disputes on accounts payable. One of the cases was complicated by the illegal omission by the city prosecutor’s office to take a decision under Article 97 of the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine upon information about the crime against the keeper of debtor’s distressed property. In the course of dispute resolution process, the court of first instance and the Court of Appeal of Chernihiv region obliged the prosecutor’s office to consider and take decisions in the abovementioned procedure.
The legal support was provided by Aleksey Prudkyy, associate, led by Yulia Repina, Counsel of Dispute Resolution Practice.
Piraeus Bank in Ukraine is a part of the international banking group Piraeus Bank Group. The Group is one of the leading banking institutions in Southern and Eastern Europe. Founded in 1916, Piraeus Bank now has a regional network of 810 branches and offices in Greece, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Egypt, Albania, Serbia, Cyprus as well as in the world's financial centers New York and London. Piraeus Bank Group started operating in Ukraine in 2007 after the acquisition of the International Commercial Bank (ICB).