On December 6th, the Rondeli Foundation, with support from the USAID Economic Governance Program, presented a report on the institutional environment for fintech development.
The following topics were elaborated in the study report: open banking, digital payment services, e-banking, electronic money services, crowdfunding, and prospect for the fintech ecosystem development in Georgia.
On behalf of the Rondeli Foundation, Merab Kakulia, a senior fellow at GFSIS addressed the audience. Mr. Papuna Lezhava, the Vice Governor of the National Bank of Georgia also made welcoming remarks.
We appreciate the role of all key stakeholders who have contributed to the consultative discussions of the interim report.
We would like to thank USAID for supporting the activities of the GFSIS as a Think Tank Consultative Group member.