Ukraine's parliament appointed a new chairman of the central bank on Monday after the previous incumbent resigned following the overthrow of President Viktor Yanukovych.
Stepan Kubiv, a member of parliament with experience in banking, will take over the role after a total of 310 deputies in the 450 seat chamber backed his appointment, Reuters reported.
He takes over an economy on the brink of default. It's debt stands $73 billion, and it needs to pay $12 billion of that this year.
Earlier Monday, Ukraine said it needed $35 billion in foreign assistance over the next two years and appealed for urgent aid.
The Finance Ministry said it had called for a donor's conference and needed the first aid in the next week or two.
Reuters contributed to this report.