Georgia: Technical Assistance Report-Operationalizing the New Bank Recovery and Resolution Framework

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March 22, 2023

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In response to a request from the National Bank of Georgia (NBG), the Monetary and Capital Markets Department (MCM) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) conducted a Technical Assistance (TA) mission during September 5–16, 2022 as follow-up to the mission that took place during March 17–April 20, 2022. The first mission provided initial assistance to the authorities in operationalizing the new bank recovery and resolution framework, building on the recommendations from the 2021 Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP). This second mission deepened that assistance by providing further guidance on, among others, (i) the architecture of the resolution framework; including triggers, resolvability assessments, and resolution planning; (ii) the operationalization of key resolution tools (notably, by reviewing playbooks for the sale of business and bridge banks tools); (iii) data requirements for undertaking the valuations necessary to support resolution; (iv) resolution funding options; and (v) interagency coordination and communications. Moreover, the mission discussed potential impediments (and associated mitigants) to effective resolution and reviewed the NBG’s progress with the implementation of the recommendations on early intervention, the Interagency Financial Stability Committee, and other topics that were covered by the first mission.


Country Report No. 2023/119





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March 22, 2023



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