The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) announced on Thursday that it has appointed Roman Borysenko as the new director of the personnel department.
The NBU said that Borysenko will be tasked with upgrading all of its processes and reshaping its organizational structure based on international practice.
"The management team of the National Bank of Ukraine is set to implement important transformation initiatives," Borysenko said. "For sure, optimization of the central bank's organizational structure, avoidance of duplication of functions, the upgrading of the employees' skills, and the transition to electronic workflow system will help enhance the operational efficiency of the central bank. I will devote maximum efforts to this task."
Borysenko graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Banking and is fluent in English. He has worked at Bank Aval since 2001, where he was head of human resources. He succeeds Ihor Ivaniuk, who has retired, in his new position at the NBU.
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