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Tachat VARDAPETYAN



He was born on March 10, 1966 in the village of Small Gondura in Bogdanovka region of the Georgian SSR.

In 1991 he graduated from the faculty of Finance-Counting of Yerevan Institute of National Economy. He is an economist, financier.

1991-1992 he worked as a commercial director in the Mini Max experimental enterprise. 1992-1993 he worked as a leading specialist in the united fund of the Health Care and State Security of Georgia. 1993-1994 he worked as an economist in the Tatev branch of Ardshinbank. In 1994 he worked as a first class specialist in the department of regulating the activity of the organisations of Banking and Finance-Banking in the Central Bank of the Republic of Armenia. 1994-1996 he worked as an economist in the Spandarian branch of Ardshinbank. 1996-1997 he worked deputy manager of the Abovian branch in the Armeconombank, then 1997-1998 - manager. 1999-2002 he worked manager in the Khorhrdayin (Soviet) branch of Armeconombank. 2002-2003 he was adviser of Kentron Community of Yerevan. 2003-2006 he was manager of the Komitas branch of Unibank CJSC. In 2003 he has elected a co-chairman of the Georgian Armenians’ Unity NGO. 2006-2007 he was president of Abovian branch of the ITB International Trading Bank.

On May 12, 2007 he was elected a deputy of the National Assembly by the proportional electoral system from the Republican Party of Armenia.

He is married and has two children.




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