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Galt & Taggart

Galt & Taggart

Coverage: Georgia, Russia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan
Galt & Taggart is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of Georgia which has a unique insight into the regional market and a solid international investor base.
Location: Georgia

Latest articles from Galt & Taggart

Europe/CIS regional fixed income market watch – April 2021

Portfolio flows to Emerging Markets (EMs) picked up in April 2021, reaching US$ 45.5 according to Institute of International Finance. According to some analysts, the new issue restrictions were likely the mildest action the White House could have tak...
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Ana Nachkebia @ Galt & Taggart 10 May 2021

Georgia successfully priced US$500mn 2.750% 5-year Eurobond

On 15 April 2021, Georgia successfully priced a US$ 500mn, 5-year Eurobond. The coupon rate for the bond was determined at 2.750%. The Eurobond was met with significant interest from investors, some of the largest asset managers globally, with orders...
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Ana Nachkebia @ Galt & Taggart 16 April 2021

Silknet 2020: The year of mobile data

2020 turned out to be a challenging year for Silknet. Silknet managed to increase market share in mobile segment by revenue (+0.65ppts to 36.5%) due to higher ARPUs, while Magticom maintained a solid 45.5% market share by mobile revenues (down 62ppts...
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Ana Nachkebia @ Galt & Taggart 14 April 2021

Silknet 2020 - The Year of Mobile Data

2020 turned out to be a challenging year for Silknet. On the one hand COVID-19 related lockdown and stay-at-home orders boosted mobile data revenues (+14.4% y/y), on the other hand more traditional revenue streams (mobile voice and SMS) came under p....
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Ana Nachkebia @ Galt & Taggart 14 April 2021

Europe/CIS regional fixed income market watch – March 2021

US treasury yields remained elevated throughout March 2021 (at 1.73% by 30 March 2021), despite insurance from the FED to maintain near zero interests rates until at least 2024. On 12 April 2021, Georgian sovereign Eurobond will mature. Yields on reg...
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Ana Nachkebia @ Galt & Taggart 13 April 2021

Georgia Autos: Healthy demand drivers in the medium term

Georgia has established itself as a regional hub for the car trade since 2005, without its own car production industry. 2020 was a tough year for Georgia’s auto trade, to large extent affected by increased customs duties in Armenia. Another major sou...
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Tatia Mamrikishvili @ Galt & Taggart 24 March 2021