Covid-19 has provided the NBG a chance to test out its new data capabilities
Covid-19 presented reserve managers with unprecedented business continuity challenges
New programme will supply liquidity to commercial banks in exchange for loan collateral
All the winners in the 2020 Central Banking Awards
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Duo developed Georgia’s fully automated new collateral framework
Organisation has responded strongly to threats from cyber crime and decline of correspondent banking
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Koba Gvenetadze clears penultimate hurdle to becoming National Bank of Georgia governor
Complex nomination procedure may see one of vice governors take over as acting head
National Bank of Georgia launches first notes in new series
New symbol will increase popularity of the lari, central bank hopes
National Bank of Georgia has shortlisted five designs in the race to represent the national currency, the lari
Former Soviet nation follows Russian example in seeking suggestions for a currency symbol; winning entry to be selected next month by a commission set up for that purpose
National Bank of Georgia continues easing cycle as deflation returns; Central Bank of Armenia raises rates to combat sharp increase in inflation
Latest stage in transition to inflation-targeting regime; follows the implementation of new modelling infrastructure
2007 showed that the trust of the Georgian population in the national currency increased, the country's central bank notes in its latest Annual Report.
Officials from multilateral agencies landed in Georgia on Monday to begin a 13-day needs-assessment mission.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) looks set to lend Georgia $750m to help rebuild the country in the aftermath of its conflict with Russia.
The National Bank of Georgia has altered the way in which it pumps funds into the banking system on the back of changes in liquidity conditions.
The National Bank of Georgia has cut rates to combat the economic impact of the country's conflict with Russia.
The National Bank of Georgia on Wednesday 19 March kept rates on hold, after hiking by a full percentage point last month.
The National Bank of Georgia said on Monday that rumours in the local media that the central bank was to close because it was on the verge of bankruptcy are groundless.