All-Armenian conference of financers and bankers to be conducted in Yerevan
 Tbilisi 11:53 - 13.10.10 GHN
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First All-Armenian conference of financers and bankers will be conducted October 17-19 in Yerevan organized by the Armenian Diaspora Ministry, Central Bank and Union of Armenian Banks. About 100 specialists from 10 countries will take part in the event, informs GHN referring to ARMENPRESS.

Press and Information Department of the RA Diaspora Ministry told Armenpress that the goal of the conference is to promote the activation of partnership of Armenian financers and bankers through the creation of All-Armenian association.

Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, Diaspora Minister Hranush Hakobyan, Chairman of the Central Bank Arthur Javadyan, members of government and other officials will participate in the event.

Reports on "Developments of the RA Financial System: Challenges and Achievements", "Armenia's Banking System as Provider of Back-Office Services: limitations and Opportunities", "Issues of Financial Education in Armenia", etc. will be presented at the event

The participants of the conference will visit Tsitsernakaberd memorial, Holy See of St. Etchmiadzin and Parajanov house-museum.

 

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