Artyom Geghamyan


Executive Chairman
International Chamber of Mines of Armenia

Mr. Artyom Geghamyan currently serves as the Executive Chairman of the International Chamber of Mines of Armenia (ICMA), a non-profit institution that collaborates with all the stakeholders in the mining industry in Armenia and internationally. Artyom is an attorney, specializing in corporate law and cross-border transactions, predominantly in energy, mining and infrastructure projects. Previously, as the General Counsel of a copper, gold and molybdenum mining conglomerate company Artyom focused on wide range of corporate legal matters, finance restructuring, international sales of commodities and international commercial arbitration. He was engaged in a USD 320m multijurisdictional mining dispute representing an Armenian mining companies interests. He is currently the Managing Partner of TABIA law firm and a member of the Arbitration Council of the Arbitration and Mediation Center of Armenia. He is admitted to practice in State of New York, USA and Armenia. He serves also as the President of Harvard Club of Armenia. Previously Artyom Geghamyan served as a member of the Constitutional Commission of Armenia and the Deputy Minister of Justice of Armenia. Artyom holds an a PhD in European Union Law and Integration from Public Administration Academy of Armenia, LL.M. in International and Comparative Law from Indiana University McKinney School of Law, and Master's Degree in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

Session 3: Mineral Resources development and FDI opportunities in Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Uzbekistan
27 November 2023 / 12:00 - 13:30 | Auditorium

The International Chamber of Mines of Armenia and its Role in the Implementation of the Government's Mining Sector Development Strategy

1. Introduction to the International Chamber of Mines of Armenia. Purpose, vision and structure.

2. The Government's Mining Sector Development Strategy. 

3. Key challenges and opportunities in the mining industry of Armenia. 

4. Armenia's potential to contribute to the global energy transition objectives.