A delegation from the Reserve Bank of Malawi has visited the National Bank of Georgia to learn about its latest macroeconomic and structural reform measures.
The Sept. 23 agenda included the high-tech Georgian Payment and Securities Settlement system and the Real-Time Gross Settlement system. Delegates also met with members of the financial markets and IT departments.
"Today colleagues from the Reserve Bank of Malawi have visited us to familiarize themselves with the reforms and systems introduced by us recently. We are glad to share our experience with our colleagues as this information will be useful for them," Executive Director of the National Bank of Georgia Giorgi Melashvili said.
At the recommendation of the World Bank, delegations from the central banks of Afghanistan, Moldova, Kirgizstan, Tajikistan, Botswana, Suriname and Ethiopia have also visited the National Bank of Georgia over the past two years.
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