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KAREN YEGHIAZARYAN, MBA

KAREN YEGHIAZARYAN, MBA

Chairman of Management Board

Karen Yeghiazaryan was born in 1979 in Yerevan.

In 2000 graduated from the Armenian State Engineering University, and in 2012 American University of Armenia, earning a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA).

In 2009, underwent Assets and Liabilities Management training courses in London organized by City of London International Banking School. In 2010, took part in special course organized in Frankfurt by Commerzbank AG Training center, in 2013 – took part in Global Transaction Banking training course organized in New York by Deutsche Bank New York.

In 2000- 2002, served at Armagrobank ОJSC holding positions of a specialist, lead specialist, chief specialist, then deputy head of Department of correspondent relations and customer service – head of Customer service division.

In 2002- 2003, served in Anelik Bank LTD. on a contractual basis, in 2003 – head of Financial division in  Sharm CJSC.

From 2003 – served in Prometey Bank CJSC: in 2003- 2006 , head of division of International Relations, Transactions in International Markets and Plastic Cards, 2005-2007 – manager of Tigran Mets, Kasyan and Yervand Kochar branches – on a part-time basis, 2006-2008 – head of Department of International Relations, Transactions in International Markets and Plastic Cards, 2008- January  2017 – deputy Chairman and member  of Management Board, head of Department of International Relations, Transaction in International Markets and Payment Cards.

January 2017 – October 2017 – deputy Chairman, member of Management Board of Prometey Bank CJSC.

October 2017  – May 2019 – deputy Chairman, member of Management Board of Evocabank CJSC.

Since  May 24, 2019 up to present - Chairman of Management Board of Evocabank CJSC.

Since August 7, 2019 up to present - Member of the Board of ACRA Credit Resporting CJSC.

In 2009- 2013 lectured at Financial Banking College Foundation,  in 2013-2017 – at Financial Banking Center Foundation.

Married with two children.