-Bank of Georgia closes Ukrainian brokerage unit.
Global Banking News - 01 November 2011
Bank of Georgia Bank of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს ბანკი, transliterated as 'sakartvelos banki') is a leading universal Georgian bank with operations in Georgia (country) and Ukraine. (LSE LSE - Language Sensitive Editor : BGEO) has said that it has closed the Ukrainian unit of its brokerage operation, BG Capital, based in Kiev, amid the changing business and political climate in the country.
'In line with Bank of Georgia's strategy to focus more on its home market, and given the changing business and political climate in Ukraine, the Bank has decided to close BG Capital's Ukrainian office,' said chief executive, Nick Piazza piazza
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BG Capital will no longer cover or make a market in Ukrainian stocks, the bank said.
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