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NBG: External Shocks Remain a Significant Risk


Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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TBC Bank – Best Bank of Georgia 2014 by Global Finance

14/04/2014 00:00 (2 Day 07:43 minutes ago)

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The FINANCIAL -- “Our market share in total assets and total loans stood at 25.3% and 27.2% respectively,” Vakhtang Butskhrikidze, Chief Executive Officer of TBC Bank, told The FINANCIAL.

NBG: External Shocks Remain a Significant Risk

14/04/2014 00:00 (2 Day 07:43 minutes ago)

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The FINANCIAL -- Increasing activity on the lending market is predicted to be one of the main challenges for the Georgian banking sector this year.

Asian tune up needed

12/04/2014 17:11 (3 Day 14:32 minutes ago)

The FINANCIAL -- It looked like things were turning up in Asia. Better economic data in the US, Europe and Japan suggested Asian exports would benefit, lifting the region’s growth rate. But while the West is on the mend – if only very gradually – shipments from Asia have not received their customary boost.

Chill remains in US economy

12/04/2014 17:09 (3 Day 14:34 minutes ago)

The FINANCIAL -- Severe winter weather has disrupted US production and spending. Manufacturing production this year experienced the biggest one-month decline since the 2008/09 recession and consumer spending tumbled, with big-ticket items hit hardest. Vehicle sales fell by an annualised 16 per cent and household furnishings dropped 11 per cent between November and February.

European banking credit shortfall to last at least five years

11/04/2014 18:17 (4 Day 13:26 minutes ago)

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The FINANCIAL -- The shortfall in European small and medium sized enterprises’ (SME) source of banking credit will last for at least five years. European firms will struggle to fill this gap using other existing sources of credit, according to PwC.

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More Republicans See Health Care Stance as ‘Very Important’ to Midterm Vote

12/04/2014 10:42 (3 Day 21:01 minutes ago)

The FINANCIAL -- In looking ahead to this fall’s elections, Republicans are more likely than Democrats to view a candidate’s position on the Affordable Care Act as very important to their vote.

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Nearly 80% of European insurers are on track to implement Solvency II by 1 Jan 2016

11/04/2014 18:01 (4 Day 13:42 minutes ago)

The FINANCIAL -- Nearly 80% of European insurers expect to meet Solvency II requirements before January 2016, according to EY’s European Solvency II Survey 2014. Overall, Dutch, UK and Nordic insurers are the best prepared, while French, German, Greek and East European (CEE) insurers are less confident, according to Ernst & Young Global Limited.

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