European Chess Union announces the official launch of the sponsorship program by Bank of Georgia, a private Bank, belonging to the UK Company Bank of Georgia Holdings plc.

Bank of Georgia will financially support the European Chess Union in a 4 years-program as announced in the ECU General Assembly in Batumi. The first installments for the 2015 ECU budget have already reached the ECU Bank account in Switzerland.

Additionally Bank of Georgia is already supporting the establishment and popularization of chess at schools, as well as the training of prospective players, coaches and referees at chess training centers.

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Moreover there is a number of services in the private banking that will be offered to the chess world in premium conditions. Attached you can find brief information about services provided by the Bank of Georgia. For more information you can contact:

Mr. Irakli Rekhviashvili 

Representative for Central Europe

Bank of Georgia Representative Office in Hungary

Szabadsag ter 7, Budapest, 1054, Hungary

Cell: +36-30-510-0945


Brief Profile

Bank of Georgia, the leading universal Georgian bank with operations in Georgia and Belarus is the largest bank by assets, loans, deposits and equity in Georgia. The bank offers a full range of retail banking and corporate and investment banking services to its customers across Georgia.

Bank of Georgia’s UK incorporated holding company, Bank of Georgia Holdings plc, is listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange (BGEO:LN[2]) and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. Bank of Georgia remains to be the only Georgian entity to be rated by all three global rating agencies: ‘BB-/B'[3] from Standard & Poor’s, ‘B1/NP’ (FC) & ‘Ba3/NP’ (LC)[4] from Moody’s and ‘BB-/B’[5] from Fitch Ratings.

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