At the request of the National Agency of Ukraine for the identification, search and management of assets obtained from corruption and other crimes, a round-table was held in KFI on the issues related to the management of movable and immovable property, securities and other rights.
Representatives of the event were the representatives of the State Property Fund of Ukraine, the Council of the Ukrainian Society of Appraisers and All-Ukrainian Association of Assessment Experts.
The representative of the National Agency Andrii Potomkin outlined the pressing issues related to the management of movable and immovable property, securities and other rights (Article 21 of the Law of Ukraine “On the National Agency of Ukraine for the identification, search and management of assets obtained from corruption and other crimes ” (hereinafter referred to as the Law).
In particular, the main attention was paid to Part 4 Article 21, namely the list of property, storage of which due to unwieldiness or other reasons is impossible without unnecessary difficulties, or the cost of providing special storage conditions or management commensurate with its value or which quickly loses its value and property in the form of goods or products that are subjected to rapid spoilage, to be implemented at the prices, at least not below market.
The participants of the round-table got acquainted with the mechanism and conditions for asset management adopted by the National Agency for Management and held a professional discussion on evaluation of these assets, order and evaluation criteria.
The parties came to an agreement that the solution of the problem should be resolved through a comprehensive integrated approach and the pooling of efforts of experts in commodity, appraisers, experts on land use, privatization, lease, use and disposition of state property, state regulation of property valuation and property rights.
As the result of the meeting a working group was formed from the representatives of the round-table from each institution. The group will join efforts with the aim of developing an approximate list of property, stipulated by Part 4 Article 21 of the Law, the relevant regulations, criteria and conditions to which the said approximate list of property must comply.