National Bank of Georgia

National Bank of Georgia
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Brief History

The National Bank of Georgia is the central bank of Georgia. Its status is defined by the Constitution of Georgia. The main objective of the National Bank is to ensure price stability. Georgia’s first central bank was established in 1919. In its current form, the National Bank of Georgia has existed since 1991.

Chairman of the Board

Koba Gvenetadze
Terms of appointment: 7 years; term began 17 March 2016; appointed by the President of Georgia.

Vice Governors and Members of Board

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