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List of documentation and relevant application forms required to open multicurrency corporate accounts (including current accounts and corporate credit/debit cards):

 

RESIDENT COMMERCIAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL LEGAL ENTITIES OF PRIVATE LAW :
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • An extract from the Business Register;**
  • Guidelines;
  • Additional tax registration certificate for entities registered prior to 2010 only.

 

NON-RESIDENT COMMECIAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL LEGAL ENTITIES OF PRIVATE LAW: 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • An extract from a relevant register; or, in the case of absence of such, another document, which defines the legal status of the non-resident entity according to the law of the country of origin of the non-resident entity;
  • Guidelines.

 

BRANCH OFFICE OF RESIDENT COMMERCIAL OR NON-COMMERCIAL LEGAL ENTITY OF PRIVATE LAW: 
 

  • Statement of the head enterprise/establishment on opening the account;
  • Business Registry extract of the head enterprise/establishment;
  • Signature sample of the branch manager (the identity of the manager should be indicated in the statement of the head enterprise/establishment);
  • ID of the branch manager;
  • Guidelines;
  • In case of registration of the head enterprise/establishment prior to 2010, additional tax registration certificate.

*A branch office of a resident commercial or non-commercial legal entity is registered with a separate unique code; the tax/identification code of the head enterprise/establishment shall be indicated within the taxpayer code of the registration form of the banking program, and the title shall be formulated in accordance with the following principle: full name of the head enterprise/establishment followed by the name and/or number of the branch office.

 

BRANCH OFFICE OF A NON-RESIDENT COMMERCIAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL LEGAL ENTITY OF PRIVATE LAW:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative***;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • An extract from the Business Register;
  • Guidelines;
  • Additional tax registration certificate for entities registered prior to 2010 only.

 

LEGAL ENTITY OF PUBLIC LAW  (LEPL), NOT FINANCED BY THE BUDGET (NON-TREASURY ):
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Tax registration certificate;
  • Guidelines;
  • Document certifying the identity of the client’s representative.

 

LEGAL ENTITY OF PUBLIC LAW, TRASURY BUDGET INSTITUTION:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative (for the purposes of the Treasury Budget Institution, the right of signature is granted to a person possessing the right of the disposal of funds granted by a superior (higher) authority);
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Tax registration certificate;
  • Permit issued by the relevant treasury institution or local self-government authority (council) on the disposal of funds;
  • Guidelines.

In case the treasury (budget) institution is opening a bank account for the dispensation of salaries, per diems or other payments (Decree #1266 of the Minister of Finance, Dec. 26, 2005), the permit of the treasury is not required.

 

POLITICAL UNION OF CITIZENS – PARTY:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Registration certificate of the party (an extract from the registration authority on the registration of the party);
  • ID of the client’s representative (an authorized person from the party);
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative (an authorized person from the party);
  • Tax registration certificate;
  • Guidelines.

 

THE GEORGIAN APOSTOLIC AUTOCEPHALOUS ORTHODOX CHURCH:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • ID of the client’s representative (person authorized to manage the account);
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • Permit issued by the Patriarchy or a relevant Diocese on the opening of the account, stating the identity of the client’s representative;
  • Guidelines.

The indication of the identification code of the Patriarchy – 204395537 – in the registration module is required

 

ORGANIZATIONAL FORMATIONS WITHOUT THE STATUS OF LEGAL ENTITY, SUCH AS:
 

  • Homeowners’ Association;
  • Joint Activities (Partnership);
  • Unregistered union;
  • Electoral bloc;
  • Voters’ initiative group;
  • Independent candidates.

List of documentations to be submitted in order to open a bank account

 

HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION AND JOINT ACTIVITIES PARTNERSHIP:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Guidelines of the Association/Partnership (if any) or a joint activities agreement – in case of the Joint Activities Partnership;
  • Document (meeting minutes), which establishes the identity of the client’s representative;
  • Tax registration certificate;
  • Guidelines.

 

UNREGISTERED UNION:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Document (meeting minutes), which establishes the identity of the client’s representative;
  • Tax registration certificate;
  • Guidelines.

 

Electoral bloc, independent candidate, Voters’ Initiative Group:
ELECTORAL BLOC, INDIPENDENT CANDIDATE, VOTERS’ INITIATIVE GROUP:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Certificate of registration of the client (electoral subject);
  • Guidelines of the client (electoral subject) (other than independent candidates);
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Document (meeting minutes), which establishes the identity of the client’s representative (if the identity is not defined by the guidelines);
  • Tax registration certificate;
  • Guidelines.

* Our software registers all formations without the status of legal entity, other than independent candidates, as legal entities. Independent candidates are registered as private persons.

 

Diplomatic and other official representative offices, international organizations, 
their branch and representative offices, which do not engage in entrepreneural activity on the territory of Georgia.

DOCUMENTATION TO BE SUBMITTED AT THE BANK IN ORDER TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • Documentation, based on which the organization was created (established) or conducts its activities in Georgia;
  • Tax registration certificate;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • Document, which establishes the identity of the client’s representative (if such is not established on the basis of the submitted documentation);
  • Guidelines

 

INDIVIDUAL ENTREPRENEUR, PRIVATE PERSON:
 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • ID of the client’s representative;
  • Signature sample of the client’s representative;
  • An extract from the Business Register;
  • Additional tax registration certificate for entities registered prior to 2010 only.

 

If a client already possesses one account in the bank, in order to open an additional account, he or she is required to submit the following:

 

  • Application form for opening the account;
  • An extract from the Business Register.

 

*An entrepreneurial partnership is entitled to opening an account only if it has been registered prior to December 31, 2010. Following this date, subjects of this type are prohibited from opening an account.
**An extract from the Business Register may be printed from the Civil Registry website: https://public.reestri.gov.ge. The operator follows the latest extract from the website.
***The client’s representative – person authorized to manage the account. 
**** Submitted documents, which have been issued in the country of origin of the non-resident entity, must be legalized or apostilled, as well as translated and certified by a notary.