of Georgia Group
of Georgia (hereinafter – the Bank) is the leading full-service
Georgian bank serving its customers in Georgia, Ukraine, and Belarus.
Bank of Georgia is the largest bank in the country regarding its
assets, liabilities, capital; its market share (regarding the assets)
accounts for 33.0%*. The Bank provides the whole range of services
for individual and corporate customers; investment services are also
provided. In addition, Bank of Georgia holds the leading position in
the field of insurance, wealth management, management of assets, and
leasing; it is also the leader in the field of card operations.
Bank has the largest quantity of retail clients (more than 904, 000**
accounts). The bank activities are implemented both through the
network of branches and electronic trading.
of Georgia provides consulting services in the field of merging and
takeovers as well as investment banking services with the help of BG
Capital. As of September 30, 2008, BG Capital held the leading
position in stock trading in Georgia with its market share accounting
03150 Kiev, Ukraine
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joint project with KfW Bank has been implemented in October -
December 2010 in the framework of TRANSFORM program, funded by the
Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economics and Technology of
Germany. The purpose of this program is assisting the development of
KfW partners and improving their activities in the sphere of small
and medium businesses support.
Bank is the leading bank of development in Germany and is part of the
banking group KfW Bankengruppe. The Bank provides support to
developing countries, investment in infrastructure, the financial
system and the protection of the environment. KfW purpose is to
reduce poverty, participate in globalization process on an equal
footing, conserve natural resources and maintain peace. The Bank
finances, consults and is in charge of the development projects
around the world implementing 1,800 projects in more than 100
countries, including Belarus.