Conference organised by Artsakh Development Group to make a differnce in artsakh & Armenia through Diaspora investments
LOS ANGELES–A one day only “Investing in Artsakh and Armenia: Resources and Opportunities” conference, organized by Artsakh Development Group with the support of Ameria Group, brought together Diaspora individuals interested in the region and top speakers who have successfully implemented investments projects in Armenia and Artsakh. The aim was to introduce US-based American-Armenians to the opportunities of implementing promising investment projects in the region which may allow them to make money and a difference in motherland.
“We have to think about professional bridges between Armenia’s economy and the rest of the world. Those bridges need organizations, companies, people who are dedicated to providing that bridge. We think that Ameria Group is one such company in Armenia with intent to encourage the exchange of expertise and investments in order to advance Armenia/Arstaskh into yet another level,” says Diaspora Investor/ MIT professor Noubar Afeyan who is also the Board of Directors Member of Ameriabank CJSC, a member company of Ameria Group.
The conference launched with a presentation by Ameria Group Partner & CEO Andrew Mkrtchyan who stands in the roots of investment banking establishment in Armenia with more than 18 years of experience in investment and management advisory. David Sargsyan, Ameria Group Partner & Legal Practice Director, with more than 13 years of experience in legal practice, spoke about the legal support needed for successfully establishing, structuring and managing a business overseas through quality representation in order to mitigate the risks of running a business in Armenia and to secure high return on investments. Alec Baghdasaryan, an established investor and entrepreneur, shared his experience on many successfully completed projects in Artsakh Region. The panel was moderated by Attorney at Law Vahe Yacoubian with extensive practice in Government representation in commercial transactions and arbitrations with domestic and foreign investors. All presentations were followed by Q&A that allowed to further disclose the expertise of the speakers on investment resources and opportunities in the region and dispel potential investor’s fears through facts and figures based presentations and successful projects implemented in the region.
“Investing in Arstakh & Armenia” conference by ADG with the support of Ameria Group Inc. took place days before the 20th anniversary of Shoushi’s liberation, Sunday, April 29, 2012 at the Western Diocese.
As an international pan-Armenian advisory group Ameria has a mission to reach out to Diaspora Armenians worldwide and has a presence in America through Ameria Group Inc. Ameria Group Inc. had its opening event in Los Angeles, USA in September 2011, attended by President of Armenia Serge Sargsyan & the diaspora business community. Ameria in America has a mission to help Diaspora Armenians with an institutional approach toward doing business Armenia, serving as a bridge between Diaspora and motherland by providing advisory services on promising business & investment opportunities in Armenia.
Ameria Group of Companies is an established financial advisory group, based in Armenia. With more than 500 employees, $500 million dollars in assets, branches across the country Ameria is performing the most aggressive development in the Armenian financial and consulting market through a wide range of financial & advisory services. Ameria Group is a winner of multiple global financial awards. It is the only financial institution in the South Caucasus region recognized as a Global Growth Champion in DAVOS World Economic Forum for its exceptional growth and expertise. The group is renowned in the region with Ameria Legal & Management Advisory, Ameriabank and Ameria Asset Management Company.
The signature for Ameria Group Inc. in America has been the apricot (the Armenian apple) surrounded with apples, to symbolize that Ameria Group is in America among many powerful financial & advisory institutions to serve 0.5 million Armenian Americans as a bridge between Diaspora and motherland, by providing full-fledged legal & management advisory services and more.