Photo: president.gov.ua. Zelensky has appointed a new adviser
Freelance Advisor to Ukrainian President was an American lawyer Andrew Roman Mac.
President Vladimir Zelensky has appointed his adviser (by consent) head of the office of the Ukrainian law firm Asters in Washington Andrew Roman Mac. The corresponding decree the President signed on Tuesday, 5 November, the press service of the President’s Office. Andrew Roman Mac specializiruetsya on the support of international deals involving the US, Ukraine and CIS countries, is an expert in M&A, corporate and antitrust law compliance, FCPA and UK Bribery Act, capital markets and state regulation. He has experience in coordination of cross-border disputes, as well as advising Ukrainian companies and companies from the CIS countries on interaction with partners in the United States. Andrew Roman Mac has the testimony of attorney in the Ukraine and the USA. Member of the American bar Association and the Ukrainian-American bar Association. Asters law firm was founded in 1995 under the name of Shevchenko Didkovskiy and partners and as a result of rebranding in 2008 renamed Asters. In 2010, the newspaper Kyiv Post named Andrew Roman Mac one of the most influential foreigners in Ukraine.
We will remind, in September Zelensky fired three advisors – Andrei Zagorodnyy, Vladimir Borodyansky and Mikhail Fedorov.