The strategy document for establishing Georgia into a financial hub of the Black Sea region was reviewed on Tuesday in a meeting between Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili and Arielle de Rothschild, the Managing Director of Rothschild & Co.
The PM’s press office said the sides also emphasised the importance of attracting new foreign investors and direct foreign investments into the country.
At the meeting, the favourable investment environment in Georgia and the development of the capital market, which is one of the most important directions of the country’s economic policy, were once again emphasised.
During the meeting held at the Government Administration, Garibashvili and Arielle Malard de Rothschild talked about Georgia’s favourable investment environment and investment opportunities in specific fields in the country.
Rothschild & Co advisors Pierre Adeline and Conduct company co-founders Stefan Liniger and Tilla Caveng, Georgian Government Administration Head Revaz Javelidze were involved in the meeting.