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David Tsiklauri Buys 3,000 Shares of Bank of Georgia Group PLC Stock

Bank of Georgia Group PLC (LON:BGEO) insider David Tsiklauri acquired 3,000 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, December 6th. The stock was acquired at an average price of GBX 1,315 ($17.18) per share, for a total transaction of £39,450 ($51,548.41). Shares of BGEO stock opened at GBX 1,353 …

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Changes in Bank of Georgia and BGEO Management

Changes have taken place in the management of Bank of Georgia and BGEO. Namely, David Tsiklauri was appointed a deputy director general of Bank of Georgia with focus on financial direction, Levan Kulijanashvili – deputy director general with focus on operational direction and Vasil Khodeli – deputy director general with …

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Bank of Georgia Recruited an Investment Banker of TBC Bank

Bank of Georgia Recruited an Investment Banker of TBC Bank

Investment banker Davit Tsiklauri will continue his career in “Bank of Georgia”. “Bank of Georgia” has already represented former manager of TBC Bank to the investors. David Tsiklauri will be appointed to the position of Deputy CEO at the Bank, and will lead the Bank’s Corporate Investment Banking Department (“CIB”). …

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Significant Changes Take Place in the Structure of BGEO

Significant Changes Take Place in the Structure of BGEO

BGEO Group PLC (the “Group” or “BGEO”), announces a key Group management appointment and key management appointments and a refreshed business unit structure at JSC Bank of Georgia (“BoG” or the “Bank”). Archil Gachechiladze will be appointed CEO of Georgia Global Utilities (“GGU”), the utilities and energy business of the …

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How should the Georgian Capital Market be Reformed?

An interview with Deputy General Director of  TBC Bank David Tsiklauri In your opinion, why the Georgian capital market is so underdeveloped, and what is the main reasons for this? Unfortunately, for many years, nobody paid attention to the promotion of factors that can encourage the development of the capital …

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