Global Bank Directory
In total, there are 14 commercial banks operating in Georgia (October 2022).
Georgia's central bank | SWIFT/BIC Codes
Bank of Georgia | Tbilisi Update: 2022-10-22
JSC Bank of Georgia (BoG) is a leading company in terms of loan portfolios, deposits, assets, and stock shares. The Bank has a wide network of service centers and ATMs throughout the country and also has represntative offices in London, Tel-Aviv, and Budapest.
Cartu Bank | Tbilisi Update: 2022-10-22
JSC Cartu Bank is one of the largest banking and financial institutions in Georgia. The Bank's primary business consists of commercial activities, originating loans and guarantees, trading with securities, foreign currencies and taking deposits.
Credo Bank | Tbilisi Update: 2022-10-22
JSC "Credo Bank" is a Georgian commercial bank holding a full banking license form the National Bank of Georgia. It is the 6th largest bank in Georgia in terms of total assets. The Bank supports the development of the private economy of Georgia by providing credit and related services to micro, small and medium sized entrepreneurs and companies.
Liberty Bank | Tbilisi Update: 2022-10-30
JSC Liberty Bank (formerly AgroMretsvBank) provides retail, business and private banking products and services in Georgia. The Bank has a Banking License to conduct financial operations No. 0110247, issued by the National Bank of Georgia.
PASHA Bank Georgia | Tbilisi Update: 2022-10-30
PASHA Bank Georgia provides corporate and investment banking services to large, medium and small enterprises. PASHA Bank Georgia is a part of PASHA Bank, a Baku-based financial institution operating in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey.
TBC Bank | Tbilisi Update: 2022-10-22
JSC TBC Bank is one of the largest banks in Georgia. The Bank's principal business activity is universal banking operations that include corporate, SME, retail and micro operations within Georgia. TBC Bank is regulated by the National Bank of Georgia and conducts its business under general license number 85.