On September 26, students of the Business Administration, Finance master’s program defended their theses.
The masters presented theses on the following topics:
- Elene Chikvaidze - "The Impact of the Estonian Model on the Georgian Economy (2017-2019)"
- Diana Togoev - "Impact of the regulation on lending to individuals in the financial sector"
- Giorgi Tatunashvili - "Money Laundering Terrorist Financing, Modern Challenges and Monitoring in the Practice of Georgian Financial Institutions"
- Natia Silikashvili - "International Financial Reporting Standards, namely IFRS Implementation of 16 Leases in Banks"
- Mariam Kemoklidze - "Involvement of Private Business in Public Procurement and Problems on the Example of Georgia"
- Shalva Maghradze - "State Assistance Program for the Agricultural Sector as a Mechanism, Effects and Results for the strengthening of the Sector"
- Tornike Geldiashvili - "Factors hindering the development of the Georgian securities market and ways to solve them"
The members of the commission were: Elene Jgharkava, Aleksandre Mikeladze, Tengiz Taktakishvili.
The graduate students successfully defended their theses before the commission.