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National Bank of Georgia (NBG)

The National Bank of Georgia (NBG) is the central bank of Georgia. The main objective of the National Bank is to ensure price stability. The National Bank of Georgia implements monetary policy according to the main directions of monetary and foreign exchange policy defined by the parliament of Georgia. It holds, keeps and disposes international foreign reserves of the country. Through its regulation and monetary instruments, the National Bank of Georgia is responsible for ensuring the fulfillment of basic functions and objectives assigned to it by legislation.

The National Bank of Georgia may provide banking services to foreign governments, foreign central banks and foreign monetary authorities, as well as international organizations. The National Bank participates in the activities of international organizations that pursue economic stability in the monetary sector through international cooperation.
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Headquarter Tbilisi, Georgia
Key People Giorgi Kadagidze (Governor)
Head Office Tbilisi, 2 Sanapiro St.
Phone (+995 32) 2 406 544
Fax (+995 32) 2 406 577
Official Site www.nbg.gov.ge Website
SWIFT Code BNLNGE22
Founded 1919
ID: 1768. Updated: 01.06.2013
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