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Bank of Georgia Expects 5.5% Upturn in 2018

Kakha Kiknavelidze: Bank of Georgia Has a Great Development Plan

In January 2018 GEL exchange rate has considerably strengthened. Bank of Georgia director general Kakha Kiknavelidze told BM.GE that the bank has positive expectations in relation to GEL exchange rate. Based on forecasts by analysts, economic growth in 2018 will be 5.5%. “Georgia’s macroeconomic situation is absolutely healthy and we …

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Bank of Georgia is the Most Profitable Bank in the Country

Bank of Georgia is the Most Profitable

Bank of Georgia is the most profitable. As of January 1, ROE totals to 2.73% (2016 – 2.46%), while ROA – 31.5% (2016 – 21%). Bank’s assets are determined by 11.898 billion GEL, market share – 34.4% (2016 – 10.087 billion; 33.5%). Deposit portfolio (non-banking) – 6.702 billion GEL, share …

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Global Finance Recognized Bank of Georgia as the Best Trade Finance Bank

Global Finance Recognized Bank of Georgia as the Best Trade Finance Bank

JSC Bank of Georgia has gained the following recognition of Global Finance. The country’s leading financial institute has been names the Best Trade Finance Bank in Georgia for the second time. The editorial review board of the Global Finance magazine selected the winners based on inputs from industry analysts, corporate executives and …

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Rating of Commercial Banks in December

Rating of Commercial Banks in December

Consolidated profits of the bank sector exceeded 152.5 million GEL in December 2017. All commercial banks finished the month of December in profits, including Silk Road Bank. However, the latter bank’s annual losses constituted 495 555 GEL. The Georgian banking sector consists of 16 commercial banks, including 15 ones with …

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Commercial Banks Lower Deposits Interest Rate

Commercial Banks Lower Deposits Interest Rate

Key players on the retail deposits market have lowered deposits interest rates. TBC Bank and Bank of Georgia with 75% ratio on the market (4.4+3.7 billion) have reduced the annual interest rate to 9.4%. Liberty Bank (1.03 billion) cut the rate to 9% on Patriot deposit, while annual interest rate …

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2018 – Year of Financial Education

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In 2018 Government of Georgia expects that the reforms will justify, while business sector and consumers expect their revenues to grow. At the same time, all social groups want that an inflow of investments rise in the country. The banking sector represents a cornerstone for everybody, because both corporate and …

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