The Government and the National Bank should be key players in promoting trust to financial reforms – a World Bank expert "Compared to Norway, where 75% of the population trust the financial system of the State, in Ukraine 75% of the people do not trust anyone. The Government and the National Bank should be key players in promoting trust to financial reforms" – the World Bank Regional Program Coordinator in Financial and Private Sector Development for Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova, Marius Vismantas said at the academic conference of the Ecumenical Social Week.

The Conference "Reforms through trust" was held in Lviv on September 29. In his speech Marius Vismantas stressed that only the formation of transparency in the financial sector could increase the population’s trust. "Banks should be interested in educating their clients – it is the law of "common sense" in the world, therefore reforms should not be delayed, and the population’s trust must be increased by hard daily work". In discussion also participated: Vice-rector of the Pontifical Gregorian University Rev. Daniel McDonald, Head of the Lviv Regional Council Oleh Pan'kevych, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Ukraine (2002-2006)  Robert Brinkley and other experts from Ukraine and abroad.