Wednesday, July 12 2017 14:05
Karine Melikyan

Armenian CB Head Arthur Djavadyan left for Saint Petersburg to participate XXVI International Financial Congress on July 12-14

ArmInfo. Armenian CB Head Arthur Djavadyan left for Saint Petersburg to participate XXVI International Financial Congress on July 12-14, according to Armenian CB press service, the topic of the Congress-Finances for the Development.

The congress will discuss issues related to financial stability, banking regulation, insurance market, investment, consumer protection of financial services, payment systems, and innovations in the financial sector.

Within the framework of the congress, meetings with heads of financial structures are considered.

Congress is an annual largest international financial forum in Russia, which traditionally gathers well known experts, representatives of Russian and foreign authorities, heads of central and commercial banks, financial organizations and the business community. Sessions of the Congress are interactive discussions, during which actual problems facing the world financial system are discussed.  To note in 2016, Congress was visited by more than 1,000 people from 34 countries.

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