Contributor Page
Michael Kyprianou & Co LLC
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Fax: +357 2 2767880
2 Agias Elenis Street
6th and 7th floor
Nicosia 1060
By Savvas Savvides
Swiss Franc loan contracts involved thousands of borrowers in default both in Cyprus and other Balkan and European countries.
By Michael Kyprianou & Co LLC
On the 18th November 2016, the Republic of Cyprus and the Republic of India signed a double taxation avoidance agreement in relation to taxation on income.
By Michael Kyprianou & Co LLC
Michael Kyprianou & Co LLC proudly announces that Tonia Antoniou, Partner of the firm, has been selected as leading lawyer for Cyprus in the area of Banking and M&A by the IFLR1000 guide.
By Michael Kyprianou & Co LLC
Ms Marina Hadjisoteriou, Head of Limassol Litigation Department, attended the IBA's Annual Conference in Washington D.C., the largest gathering of the international legal community in the world.
By Yiannis Fanides
On 13th of September 2016, the Cyprus Council of Ministers has approved the amendments to the Scheme for Naturalisation of Investors in Cyprus by Exception.
By Marina Fiakka
The amended Immovable Property (Tenure, Registration and Valuation) Law of 2014 (L.110(I)/2014) puts into effect the new General Valuation of Land at prices as at 1.1.13.
By Savvas Savvides
The mortgages based on Swiss Francs concern a substantial portion of purchasers of residential property in Cyprus.
By Despina Mavridou
The Greek market has accepted Cyprus as the premier solution for structuring investments into Greece and choosing the appropriate partner, with detailed knowhow in both markets can lead an investment in a tax environment which is significantly more protected & favourable than normal.
By Esme Palas
Despite its small geographical size Cyprus has developed into a major ship management centre attracting foreign ship owners and ship management companies through the highly favourable tax provisions available to them on the island as well as many other non fiscal advantages offered to this sector.
By Ioanna Solomou
In order to be able to provide foreign exchange operations in Cyprus, the interested company must apply to the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission to obtain the necessary license by fulfilling a certain number of requirements.
By Christos Galanos
A discussion on the most recent updates on the Cyprus macroeconomic adjustment programme.
By Ilias Tsintavis
Under Cyprus law, and specifically the Companies Act, Cap 113, a creditor, whose claim has matured and remains unsettled can apply to the District Court for an Order that the company be liquidated.