On 17 February, ReforMeter hosted its first public-private dialogue on E-commerce reform. The event highlighted the core issues, challenges, and recommendations behind the creation of a Georgian E-commerce policy.
Prior to the current insolvency reform, Georgia’s legislative framework regulating insolvency proceedings fell short of meeting international standards – it did not meet neither creditors’ nor debtors’ needs and failed to offer incentives to the insolvent companies to choose rehabilitation as their optimal strategy for resolving financial difficulties.
ISET Policy Institute hosted the first Public-Private Dialogue on Insolvency Reform under our “ReforMeter” project. The PPD was attended by various stakeholders engaged in or affected by the reform. Attendees included reform implementing agencies – the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), the Training Center of Justice (TCJ), the National Bureau of Enforcement (NBE), the Business Rehabilitation and Insolvency Practitioners Association (BRIPA) – as well as representatives from other donor organization, business associations, and consulting groups.
On November 10, 2021, ISET Policy Institute introduced ReforMeter, the platform designed as a Georgian Reform Progress Tracking System, one which critically informs beneficiaries and stakeholders about how the latest economic reforms are developing.
At the event, ISET Policy Institute will introduce ReforMeter, a Georgian Reform Progress Tracking System, a platform to inform beneficiaries and stakeholders on how new reform efforts by the Georgian government have progressed against their intended objectives.