Georgian Banks Ended January with a Profit of 113 Million

In January 2021, Georgian banks generated a net profit of 113 million GEL, according to the financial data submitted by them to the National Bank. The annual profit margin has increased by 18%.

Nika Kurdiani Named One of Top Three SME Bankers in the World

Efma (European Finance and Marketing Association) and MasterCard revealed the SME Banker of the Year at an online awards ceremony. TBC Deputy General Director Nika Kurdiani was named one of the top three SME bankers in the world.

Giorgi Shagidze Appointed as new CEO of one of the Leading Bank's in Moldova

Moldova Agroindbank (MAIB), the leading bank in Moldova, announced today that its Supervisory Board has approved Giorgi Shagidze as the bank’s new CEO subject to the approval by the National Bank of Moldova (NBM).

Optio’s Natural Language Processing Engine Will Power Bank of Georgia’s Virtual Assistant

Optio.Ai and Bank of Georgia have teamed up with the mission to create a virtual assistant that will help the bank’s customers to get faster and more convenient service through BoG’s digital channels.

TBC Subsidiary YELO BANK Closes Pandemic Year in Azerbaijan with Solid Positions

TBC subsidiary Yelo Bank maintains a strong position in the Azerbaijani market.

Sweeft Digital to Cooperate with TESOBE in Open Banking Field

Together with the innovative team of Sweeft Digital and our partners, we will determine the needs of regions

Leading International Edition The Banker Publishes an Article by Koba Gvenetadze

"The timely and courageous measures taken by the National Bank of Georgia have mitigated the impact of the pandemic on the country's economy," The Banker.

Nika Kurdiani is the Nominee of SME Banker of the Year at the SME Banking Awards

Nika Kurdiani, Deputy General Director of TBC, as well as the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of TBC UZ and Payme, was presented at the SME Banking Awards 2020

Capitalization of Georgian Companies at London Stock Exchange Exceeds $1.56 Billion

The past week brought success to Georgian companies at the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Prices rose on shares of all three companies.