Company Overview of JSC Bank of Georgia
JSC Bank of Georgia provides banking, leasing, insurance, brokerage, and wealth management services to corporate and individual customers in Georgia. Its Retail Banking segment accepts various deposits for individuals and legal entities; and offers consumer loans, mortgage loans, overdrafts, credit card facilities, and other credit facilities, as well as funds transfer and settlement services. The company’s Corporate Banking segment provides savings and term deposits for corporate and institutional customers; loans and other credit facilities; and funds transfers and settlement, trade finance, and documentary operations support services. Its Wealth Management segment offers private banking, ...
29a Gagarin Street
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for JSC Bank of Georgia
Chief Financial Officer and Head of the Finance Department
Member of Management Board and Chief Executive Officer of Aldagi
Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Finance and Chief Executive Officer of Aldagi BCI
Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Corporate Banking
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
JSC Bank of Georgia Key Developments
JSC Bank of Georgia Receives $65 Million Loan from IFC Capitalization Fund
Feb 6 14
JSC Bank of Georgia has received a $65 million subordinated loan facility from IFC Capitalization Fund. The loan facility bears a maturity of ten years and will enable the Bank to further optimise its cost of funding. This subordinated loan will enable Bank of Georgia to further strengthen its capital base and continue lending to Georgian companies and individuals, supporting economic growth and job creation.
JSC Bank of Georgia Presents at JPMorgan 5th Annual Emerging Markets Corporate Conference, Feb-24-2014
Dec 26 13
JSC Bank of Georgia Presents at JPMorgan 5th Annual Emerging Markets Corporate Conference, Feb-24-2014 . Venue: Ritz-Carlton, One Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida, United States.
Bank of Georgia Holdings plc and JSC Bank of Georgia Announces Board Changes
Dec 24 13
Bank of Georgia Holdings PLC (BGH) announced changes to its board of directors of BGH and JSC Bank of Georgia, effective immediately. These changes ensure that all non-executive directors are fully independent reflecting the board's commitment to promoting high standards of corporate governance. Two non-independent non-executive directors, Ian Hague (a managing director of the Firebird funds) and Hanna Loikkanen (Senior Advisor and Head of the Private Equity Russia at East Capital) as well as Allan Hirst, an independent non-executive director, are stepping down from the Board of BGH and the Supervisory Board of the Bank. Mr. Hague, Ms Loikkanen and Mr. Hirst have been replaced with three new independent non-executive directors: Bozidar Djelic, Tamaz Georgadze and Kim Bradley. The new independent non-executive directors will also join the Supervisory Board of the Bank. All three new Board members will join the Nomination Committee of BGH and Mr. Bradley will also join the Audit Committee of BGH and the Bank. Mr. David Morrison will replace Mr. Hirst as a Chairman of the Audit Committee of BGH and the Bank. The Board has also resolved to establish effective 1 January 2014 a Risk Committee with the following directors: Kim Bradley (chairman of the committee), Bozidar Djelic, Al Breach and Kaha Kiknavelidze. A Risk Committee with the same members has also been established at the Bank Supervisory Board level as well.
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