October 8 – Day Off
Please be informed, that due to preplanned events on Saturday, October 8, all TBC branches will be closed across the country. The Contact center will be working with limited availability. All services will be available in our digital channels. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for building TBC's history with us for 30 years!
Important information regarding currency transactions
Please be informed that the Bank's internal policy prohibits direct or indirect transactions with sanctioned countries including Iran. In particular, the prohibition applies to international trade settlements where the counterparty, the country of the origin of goods or the transportation route is Iran or related to Iran, whether directly or indirectly.
Please, when importing goods, make sure that you select non-sanctioned countries to be included in the transportation route, so that your international transactions are not rejected but completed successfully.
Fee for depositing money to the account of a legal entity
Changes in services
Please be advised of the following changes in services available on the Bank's premises, to be introduced from 01.08. 2022:
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Changes in withdrawal limits for Remittances sent from Russia
Please be informed that withdrawal limits in Georgia for remittances from Russia will change from 4 July 2022.
Customers will be able to withdraw at a time a remittance of max. 2000 USD/EUR, 150 000 Rubles, or 6000 GEL.
August 28 - Holiday
Please, be informed that August 28 is a national holiday.
TBC branches will be closed.
For Service Centers' working schedules please visit the following link.
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Please be kindly informed that due to the ongoing renovations, TBC Bank's
branch at 7 Marjanishvili Street will relocate to the new address –61 Aghmashenebeli Avenue.
We will soon be returning to you with pleasant news.
TBC Bank has been named as the leading trade finance partner bank in Georgia for the fifth time by Asian Development Bank
TBC Bank was recognized by the ADB's Trade Finance Program (TFP) with the Leading Partner Bank Award in Georgia for 2019. The Bank recorded the highest number of TFP-supported transactions for the period 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019.
The awards ceremony was held in Singapore 3 September and attended by about 200 representatives of different banks and financial institutions from 15 countries. ADB's TFP recognized 20 partner banks, which ADB cooperates more actively, with 23 different awards.
Since 2009, ADB's TFP has supported more than 15,000 SMEs across developing Asia—through over 21,000 transactions valued at over $36 billion—in sectors ranging from commodities and capital goods, to medical supplies and consumer goods. For more information, visit the TFP website. ADB is committed to achieving a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific, while sustaining its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty. In 2018, it made commitments of new loans and grants amounting to $21.6 billion. Established in 1966, it is owned by 68 members—49 from the region.
Announcement of TBC Bank Group PLC ("TBC PLC")
TBC Bank Group PLC ("TBC PLC") confirms that, further to today's announcement by the Georgian office of Public Prosecution, the Chairman and Deputy Chairman have decided to step down from the board of TBC PLC with immediate effect. They have both arrived at this decision after careful consideration in order to ensure that the allegations made against them do not affect the Group and to be able to concentrate on refuting those allegations.
The Board and the Management would like to thank the Chairman and the Deputy Chairman for their vision when they founded the bank in the early 1990's and their invaluable contributions in successfully turning it into one of the largest and most respected companies in the South Caucasus region.