TBC Bank acquires leading Uzbek payment platform Payme

TBC Bank Group PLC of Georgia has entered into an agreement to acquire a 51% stake in LLC Inspired, a leading payment platform in Uzbekistan trading under the Payme brand.

Georgia Capital Portfolio Value Exceeded GEL 2 billion for the First Time

Georgia Capital PLC has published today a trading update for the first quarter of 2019.

TBC Bank’s Value at LSE Grows to 886 million GBP

At London Stock Exchange (LSE), according to Galt&Taggart indicator, deals were made on 1.224 million shares of Georgian Capital and the price per share exceeded 10 GBP and total value of the deal amounted to 12.446 million GBP.

Levan Gomshiashvili Appointed as Communications Director at Bank of Georgia

According to, Levan Gomshiashvili founder of creative advertising company Holmes&Watson appointed as director of communications at Bank of Georgia.

Visa Cardholders of Bank of Georgia Can Now tap to pay with Garmin® Smart Watches

Bank of Georgia continues to introduce innovative products and offer customers an exclusive method of payment for the first time in the Caucasus region.

TBC Bank held Presentation on Macroeconomic Review

The presentation on macroeconomic review was initiated by TBC Bank at Hotel "Holiday Inn", where the Bank's customers received information about the main indicators, dynamics and forecasts in the direction of macroeconomics.

Outcomes of Banking Regulations – Number of Pawnshops Declines by 400%

As a result of banking regulations, the number of pawnshops has declined to 137 from 600.

Finance Minister Discussed Bank Regulations and Pension Reform

Minister of Finance of Georgia, Ivane Matchavariani paid the visit to the Parliament of Georgia. He discussed new bank regulations, pension reform and other important topics at the hearing of the Budget and Finance Committee. 

TBC Bank Holds Regional Forum in Imereti

A series of large-scale business forums is being held in various regions of Georgia. Following Adjara, TBC business clients assembled in the city of Tskaltubo, Imereti, and about 300 local businessmen attended the forum.