Global Finance Named Koba Gvenetadze, Governor Of The National Bank Of Georgia, Among The Best Central Bankers For the third time

Global Finance Named Koba Gvenetadze, Governor Of The National Bank Of Georgia, Among The Best Central Bankers For the third time

30 September, 2020
The world's leading financial publication, Global Finance, named the Governor of the National Bank of Georgia, Koba Gvenetadze, among the best central bank governors for the third time in 2020. Global Finance included the Governor of the National Bank of Georgia in its assessment for the first time in 2018 and like the previous two years, with an A-ranking, he entered the elite club of central bank governors receiving an A- and A ratings. The assessment of the Central Bank governors is based on several policy perspectives implemented by the central bank.

"Our annual Central Banker Report cards analyze which countries have sound leadership at the economic helm, showcasing policy stances that work", said Joseph Giarraputo, the publisher and the editor-in-chief of Global Finance. "Even in good times, central bankers face an array of challenges. Today, with a global health crisis sweeping the world, they are squeezed between political and practical realities like they never have before", mentioned the publisher of Global Finance. 

The 2020 Central Banker Report Cards assessed more than 90 central bankers. The full report during the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank will be published in the October issue of The Global Finance, and will also be posted on GFMag.com.

This year the Governor of the Central Bank of the Czech Republic (Jiri Rusnok), as well as Israel (Emir Jaron), Iceland (Asgeir Johnson), Saudi Arabia (Ahmed Alkholifei), the US (Jerome Powell) and heads of other central banks are along with Koba Gvenetadze in this category.

The Global Finance Award is widely recognized in the international financial community and reflects the high reputation and successful performance of the awarded persons and banks. 

Global Finance, founded in 1987, is in circulation in 193 countries. Readers of the magazine include corporate and financial senior-level managers, responsible for the investment and strategic decisions in multinational companies and financial institutions. Analytical and survey articles are published by the journal's website - GFMag.com, that are the results of 33 years of experience in international financial market. The main office is based in New York and it is represented worldwide.