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By Eleana Christofi, Theodoros Symeonides, Georgia Siopacha, Agathi Zervou
Chambers and Partners' Global Guide to the Enforcement of Judgments 2019 provides expert legal commentary on the key issues and latest developments affecting businesses in various jurisdictions
By Stella Strati
In light of EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD), the Cyprus House of Representatives on April 5, 2019 voted into law (applicable from January 1, 2019) the partial implementation
By Stella Strati
It seems that one of the latest buzzwords in the field of international tax planning is "substance". The term "substance" is frequently used to indicate real/physical presence of legal entities in their country of tax residence, as opposed to the use of the so called "shell" or "conduit" companies for obtaining certain tax, or double tax treaty, benefits.
By Stavros Pavlou, Theodoros Symeonides
Mr Stavros Pavlou, Senior and Managing Partner, and Mr Theodoros Symeonides, Senior Associate, provide the Cyprus overview in Brown Rudnick's 2019 Global Survey to the Commercialisation of Disputes.
By Angelos Onisiforou
The primary source of legislation relating to public M&A transactions in the Republic of Cyprus is the Law to Make Provision ...
By Eleana Christofi, Athina Patsalidou
As a rule, arbitration is ‘a creature of contract' and the proper parties to arbitration are those who have concluded an arbitration agreement or a wider contract containing one.
By Angelos Onisiforou
The person to whom the functions are delegated must have the necessary expertise and experience to perform the activities in question.
By Stavros Pavlou, Eleana Christofi, Theodoros Symeonides
The country-specific Q&A guide provides a structured overview of the key practical issues concerning arbitration in this jurisdiction, including any mandatory provisions and default rules
By Theodoros Symeonides, Georgia Siopacha
Meanwhile, there has been a decline in the administrative, engineering and other expenses abroad which could be attributed to the ever-growing local market.
By Nikoleta Christofidi
Cyprus has reclaimed its status as a country with a developed and well-trusted economy, having overcome the challenges of recent years with a gross domestic product growth of 3.9% in 2018.
By Lia Lordanou Theodoulou
Cyprus boasts an attractive merger and reorganisation regime not only locally (ie, between Cyprus entities), but also at a cross-border, EU level.
By Stavros Pavlou, Lia Lordanou Theodoulou
The concept of the trust as we know it in our days dates back to the Crusaders in the 12th Century and is based on the Anglo-Saxon legal system.
By Angeliki Epaminonda
This has created a large sector parallel to the banking system, resulting in a call for strengthened regulations to mitigate risks and support financial stability.
By Elena Georgiou
Cyprus is not merely an exotic vacation spot.
By Angelos Onisiforou
Accordingly, in that way the AIFM, will be able to test investor's reception for a particular investment idea which has not yet implemented.