Tamaz Georgadze graduated from high school at the age of twelve, then started a career at McKinsey and then founded a fintech worth billions: The head of Weltsparen about his childhood in the civil war – and a squandered fortune.

Interviewed by

Nils Wischmeyer and Paulina W├╝rminghausen

Tamaz Georgadze welcomes you in a conference room with a view over Berlin-Kreuzberg. His company Raisin, better known under the Weltsparen brand, is based here. Georgadze has grown it into a billion-dollar company. Now the 43-year-old with the horn-rimmed glasses sits down at the long table next to the table football and says: “Then let’s chat.”

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