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ProCredit Bank Georgia, as a part of ProCredit Group, has been engaged in the banking business for more than 17 years. The European bank is constantly sharing German experience and modern European standards to its customers and focuses on small and medium-sized enterprises, as these businesses create jobs and make a vital contribution to the economies in which they operate.

ProCredit Bank is a development-oriented full-service bank that conducts banking operations in a responsible manner. This approach entails complying with social, ethical and environmental standards. For these purposes, the bank implemented the environmental management system, eco products, and as a result, we are the first bank in Georgia to have been given the ISO certificate.

ProCredit Bank offers customers the most advanced technology in order to simplify communication with the Bank and to save time. This is the purpose of the new concept of 24/7 self-service areas, where the banking services are available at any time within twenty-four hours.

The only bank in Georgia that has the European experience and professionalism continues to offer its customers innovative, modern, fast and convenient banking services and strives to be reliable business partner for them.


Newly appointed Ambassador of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Georgia, H.E. Justin McKenzie Smith met EUGBC members on October 20, 2016. More than fifteen business companies were presented at the meeting. Both sides discussed perspectives of strengthening economic cooperation between the two countries.


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On June 14-15, 2016 EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) supported by EUROCHAMBRES (the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry) organized visit of the Georgian Business Delegation to Germany. The participating Georgian companies took part in the Georgia-Germany Business forum and Georgian Wine Expo&Economic Photo Exhibition. The Business Forum was attended H.E. Mr. Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia. Continue reading


EU-Georgia Business Council (EUGBC) held a Business Conference in Tbilisi “European Companies in Georgia – Growing Trade and Investments” On May 5, 2016. The conference is funded by the European Union. The Business Conference provided a platform for European businesses operating in Georgia and for the Georgian Government to discuss benefits, opportunities and key challenges resulting from the provisional application the EU-Georgia Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement as of September 1, 2014.

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EUGBC - Member of Investors Council