Ukrainian Universal Exchange

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Ukrainian Universal Exchange
TypeCommodity exchange
Founded1997 (1997)
Headquarters Ukraine, 36039, Poltava, 52 Shevchenko str.
Website Official website

Ukrainian Universal Exchange (UUE) — Ukrainian company, commodity exchange, which is represented in several regions of Ukraine. June 2015 - the largest exchange in Ukraine.

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History

The Exchange was established on October 7, 1997 with the aim of taking an active part in market transformation of economy of Ukraine and is one of the first professional organizations in Ukraine, which began to provide a full range of exchange services.

2004 — by the decree of the CMU "On granting of powers for the implementation of the decommissioned military property of the Armed Forces" dated 13.12.2004, No. 894-p, the exchange has the authority to implement written off military property of the Armed Forces.

2011 — received a license to conduct land trades — series АГ № 583015 dated 14.01.2011 for the sale of land and lease rights. 2012 — by the results of the competition held by the State Taxation Administration, UUE is added to the list of authorized exchanges which can conclude contracts with the Taxation Administration on sale of the taxpayer’s property which is being in the tax lien (STA letter dated 05.01.2012 № 261/6/19-9015 ).

2012 — this year the UUE is one of 4 exchanges authorized by the Ministry of Economic Development regarding the electronic exchange trading on sale of coal products according to the results of the contest.

2013 — contract No. 365 dated 22.10.2013 with The State Property Fund of Ukraine on sale of property in state and communal property..

2014 — by the results of the competition by The State Property Fund of Ukraine, the UUE recognized as the winner in managing auctions on disposal of state property objects.

2014 — receive a Certificate of assessment activity No. 16049/14 by The State Property Fund of Ukraine.

2014 — UUE determined as the winner and the sole organizer of spot trades on sale of Crude oil, gas condensate and liquefied gas production by state-owned companies.

2014 — UUE became a member of the Association of exchanges and electronic platform. [1]

2015 — by the decision of the DGF Executive Directorate No. 005/15 — UUE was included in the list of enterprises which have the right to provide services by persons authorized by the Fund in the removal of insolvent Banks from the market or liquidation of the Bank.

Activity area of the company

The main activity areas of the Exchange are:

Performance results

Branches and representational offices

The Exchange is represented in major economically developed regions of Ukraine: Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kremenchug, Odesa, Poltava, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson and has a large number of offices. Addresses of branches.

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