The National Agency of Ukraine for finding, tracing and management of assets derived from corruption and other crimes (abbr. – Asset Recovery and Management Agency or ARMA), jointly with the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine (EUACI), invites you to participate in the first forum on seized assets management FORMA.

The management of seized assets is a new topic for business representatives in Ukraine although it is a well-established practice for European countries. FORMA Forum is a platform of new format for the dialogue and cooperation between businesses and ARMA. The goal of the Forum is to demonstrate all the opportunities for business in the public-private partnership in the management of seized assets in Ukraine.

The event will be beneficial for representatives of the companies, which consider the possibility of managing of seized assets and have got a good reputation and successful business experience in
such areas as investment, property management, agricultural industry, energy, construction, logistics or transport, legal or auditing, banking, leasing or insurance.

FORMA Forum is a platform of new format for the dialogue and cooperation between businesses and ARMA

During the Forum you will learn:

• what is the seized property management;
• what advantages your company can get from seized assets management;
• how the selection of the seized assets manager is conducted;
• what are the selection criteria for potential managers;
• how the transfer of seized assets to business management is done;

You will receive the full information about the seized assets management, successful cases from real managers, answers to all your questions from competent professionals – all in just one day!

FORMA Forum will take place on November 15 at the Premier Palace Hotel in Kyiv.

Participation in the forum is free. You can register and learn more about the FORMA Forum at

The event was held with the financial support of the EU. The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of Transparency International Ukraine and does not necessarily reflect the position of the EU.

Transparency International Ukraine works with the National Agency within the project Enhancing the Role of Civil Society in Public Finance Oversight, financed by the European Union. The project aims at empowering civil society and journalists with effective anti-corruption, asset recovery and anti-money laundering tools to perform the public finance oversight, support the launch of Asset Recovery and Management Agency (ARMA) and to update the list of Politically Exposed Persons. Find out more at