Regulation

Legislation and regulations

The legislation and regulations that govern ArmSwissBank's services and activities.

  1. Civil Code of the Republic of Armenia (adopted on May 5, 1998, N-239)
  2. Law on Banks and Banking (adopted on June 30, 1996, N-68)
  3. Law on Banking Secrecy (adopted on June 29, 1998, N-80)
  4. Law on Public Auctions (adopted on November 24, 2004, N-142)
  5. Law on Credit Organizations (adopted on June 17, 2008, ՀՕ-124-Ն)
  6. Law on Transfers by Payment Orders (adopted on December 4, 1996)
  7. Law on Payment and Settlement Systems and Payment and Settlement Organizations (adopted on November 24, 2004)
  8. Law on Covered Mortgage Bonds (adopted on June 17, 2008)
  9. Law on Anti-money Laundering and Counter-terrorism Financing (adopted on May 26, 2008)
  10. Law on Funds transfer by Payment Order (adopted on June 17, 2008)
  11. Law on the Securities Market (adopted on October 11, 2007)
  1. “On Cash Transactions in Banks Operating in the Republic of Armenia”, Regulation 9, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 199–N, April 26, 2005
  2. “Bank Reports, Reporting and Release”, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 50-N, February 26, 2008
  3. “Regulation of Banking; Prudential Standards for Banking”, Regulation 2, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Decision No. 39-N, February 9, 2007
  4. “Bank Reports, Reporting and Release”, Regulation 3, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 50-N, February 26, 2008
  5. “List of Documents Confirming the Payment of Banking Deposits and Validity of Conditions of List of Documents Confirming the Payment of Banking Deposits, Bank-book, Bank (Deposit) Certificate”, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 501-N, August 29, 2006
  6. “Custodial Activities of Securities”, Regulation 33, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 33-N, February 6, 2007
  7. Prudential Standards for the Activities of Professional Participants in the Market of Securities”, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 144-N, May 15, 2007
  8. “Regulation on presenting to counting of tax bodies the signature specimens when opening bank accounts in the banks of RA”, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No.319-N, December 11, 2001
  9. “Regulation on giving foreign currencies' purchase and sale receipt to customers by the banks, their territorial divisions, foreign currency dealers and foreign currency exchanges”, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 183, December 21, 1999
  10. “Regulation on defining maximum terms on executing funds transfers by payment orders in the territory of RA”, approved by the Central Bank of Armenia, Board Resolution No. 96, April 25, 2000

Piruz Sargsyan

Union of Banks of Armenia, Financial arbitration

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