Fixed Income Securities in Georgia

After a slow start, Georgia’s bond market has grown rapidly over the last 7 years, with the total stock of bonds outstanding growing from GEL 1,898m in 2010 to GEL 8,104m in 2017. The growth has been driven by the robust performance of Georgia’s economy, the development of the country’s banking sector, financial stability, and the signing of the EU Association Agreement in 2014 that propelled major regulatory and legislative reforms.

 

FMCG Sector Analysis: Moving Fast

November 29, 2019
A pie is getting bigger. The Georgian FCMG market is expected to reach GEL 9.4bn in 2019, up 7% y-o-y. Ongoing urbanization, decreasing unemployment and higher purchasing power drive the domestic FMCG consumpti ... learn more

Residential Real Estate Sector Analysis

November 7, 2019
Sales are down, with the decrease observed both in sold residential units and in sold apartment area. We believe that somewhat steeper decline might be concealed by the lag in the registration of sales.While th ... learn more