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ubo register
28
Nov

Suspension of access to the Beneficial Owners register for the general public

The Department of Registrar of Companies and Intellectual Property announces that, following the Judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEE) in joined cases C-37/20 and C-601/20, of November 22, 2022, access to the Register of Beneficial Owners for the general public is suspended as of the 23rd of November 2022.Furthermore according to...
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EMI in Cyprus
02
Nov

Electronic Money Institution in Cyprus

An Electronic Money Institution is financial organization which is authorized by the competent authority of a jurisdiction to issue and manage e-money of its users, in essence fulfilling the functionality of banking institution subject to various regulative norms. E-money represents a contemporary digital alternative to cash and paper-based finances. A holder of e-money can use...
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13
Sep

ΘΕΣΗ ΑΣΚΟΥΜΕΝΟΥ ΔΙΚΗΓΟΡΟΥ

Η Δικηγορική εταιρεία Σ. ΑΝΤΩΝΙΟΥ & ΣΥΝΕΡΓΑΤΕΣ Δ.Ε.Π.Ε. δέχεται αιτήσεις για άμεση πρόσληψη ασκούμενου/ης δικηγόρου για το γραφείο της Λευκωσίας με τις προϋποθέσεις του Έργου για Παροχή Ευκαιριών σε Νέους Πτυχιούχους Νομικής, μέχρι 29 ετών.   ΑΠΑΙΤΟΥΜΕΝΑ ΠΡΟΣΟΝΤΑ:   – Πτυχίο Νομικής – Άριστη γνώση της ελληνικής και αγγλικής γλώσσας – Άριστη γνώση και χρήση...
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CYPRUS INTERNATIONAL TRUST
01
Sep

The Cyprus International Trust

Conceptual OverviewA “Trust” is the operation by which the owner of property (hereinafter the “Settlor”) transfers the legal ownership or title of the aforementioned property to a trusted person (hereinafter the “Trustee”) whom in turn shall operate and manage such property for the exclusive benefit of the recipient designated by the Settlor (hereinafter the “Beneficiary”)....
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Will and Probate in Cyprus
16
Jun

Wills and Probate in Cyprus

Introduction A Will is the written declaration of a person, which states how and to whom will their wealth pass upon their death. The Cypriot Legislative System of Inheritance and Succession is influenced by the common law of England but also by the Ottoman system of vacant lands. The most important inheritance laws in Cyprus...
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announcement
06
Jun

Access to the Cyprus UBO Register by the General Public

As of June 1st, 2022, the Department of Registrar of Companies and Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry in Cyprus has allowed access to the general public on the Register of Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBOs) of Cyprus companies. Up to this point, access to the Register was only available to competent...
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job post
05
Mar

Associate Corporate Lawyer (Nicosia, Cyprus)

Our law firm in Nicosia, is seeking to recruit an Associate Corporate Lawyer with minimum 3 years of legal, commercial  and corporate experience.  Responsibilities Drafting and reviewing commercial agreements. Drafting and reviewing of legal documentation (board minutes, resolutions, instruments, deeds). Drafting of Legal Opinions. Attending to the Court and resolving civil and corporate litigation matters....
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job post
05
Mar

Corporate Administrator (Nicosia, Cyprus)

Our client is a technology company committed to delivering a travel app where travelers can dream, search, shop and book deals easily that are just right for them. Our client believes in diversity and inclusivity. They value tolerance, fairness and integrity in all that they do.Responsibilities Provide administrative support to the Legal and Financial department...
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AI PIC
29
Nov

Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Inequality

Contributed by: Linos Nicolaou It is a fact that on the 21st century we are depending more and more on the internet to find information. That is why the 21st century can be called the age of information. It can be said that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is highly affected by societies’ norms. One can say...
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19
Nov

Arbitration

WHAT IS ARBITRATION Arbitration is an alternative to judicial proceedings when a dispute arises between two contracting parties regarding the performance of obligations or exercise of rights in the context of their contractual relationship. The ability of the contracting parties to resort to arbitration proceedings instead of the Court, is dependent on the existence of...
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