About the Company
Firm Members

Our team of professionally and academically lawyers, Economists, business administrators, notaries, Associates of Banking and Accounting Organizations and secretaries work together to offer you the perfect service that you deserve. It has always been our firm's practice to put your needs on the first priority and give you attentive support and constant advice throughout the progress of your case.

Our team also aims to build a close relationship with you, in order to attend to your specific needs.

You will be constantly up dated of the progress of your case as circumstances require and you will find that your relationship with us is based on mutual trust and respect.

Managing Directors - Senior Partners

Bachelor of Laws with Honours
Advocate - Legal Consultant

Legal Department

, (France)
Degree in Law
Master's Degree in European and International Law
Master's Degree in Maritime Law
Advocate - Legal Consultant
Democritus University of Thrace

Degree in Law
Advocate - Legal Consultant
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

Degree in Law
Legal Consultant
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Degree in Law
Advocate - Legal Consultant
Secretarial Staff

Secretarial diploma
Intercollege, Cyprus

Technological Educational Institution
Of Western Macedonia (Kastoria)
Public Relations & Communication
PR Department

Accounting and Audit Department

Head of Audit Department
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

( Accounting & Audit Department)
Latest News

Cyprus : New Energy Center
The light at the end of the tunnel for Cyprus has been the discovery of vast hydread more

Cyprus : New Energy Center


The light at the end of the tunnel for Cyprus has been the discovery of vast hydrocarbon reserves in its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), which if fully exploited could see the reversal of Cyprus fortunes.
Energy is the new boom industry in Cyprus and the country has attracted worldwide attention and serious international investment. The country has begun developing strategies to exploit its new-found hydrocarbon wealth, following a world class natural gas discovery by US-company Noble Energy in 2011.. The reserves are currently estimated at around 7 trillion cubic feet (198 billion cubic metres) enough to meet the domestic gas demand for around 100 years.
There is increasing interest to invest in the energy sector and auxiliary services in Cyprus, presenting new opportunities for growth in the well-established legal, financial services and even construction sectors.
Cyprus has already signed multi-million-euro agreements with an Italian and South Korean consortium, ENI/Kogas, and with French energy giant Total to start natural gas exploration in its other EEZ blocks and has plans to start building a new infrastructure to utilise natural gas locally.
Published By : www.cyprusprofile.com

Cyprus: International Business Centre
Cyprus is a developed and established international business centre, with many tread more

Cyprus: International Business Centre


Cyprus is a developed and established international business centre, with many tax and other advantages to international business. The extensive network of treaties for the avoidance of double taxation which Cyprus has formed makes the island very attractive to international investors.
There are a large number of International Business Companies (IBCs), i.e. companies incorporated in Cyprus whose beneficial ownership and business activities lie outside Cyprus. It is worth mentioning that Cyprus has the lowest corporation tax rate in the EU at 10% on operating profits. Furthermore, as holding companies in Cyprus are in practice free of any tax both on their income from dividends and on their proceeds/going on disposal of their investments without any restrictions to relation to the time for which the investment was held or in relation to thin capitalisation, the island has become a favourable location for establishing holding companies by international business.

Cyprus Marinas: The new capital of Mediterranean Luxury
Marina projects are expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2012, makiread more

Cyprus Marinas: The new capital of Mediterranean Luxury


Marina projects are expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2012, making it possible to welcome the first yachts during Cyprus? assumption of the E.U. presidency during the second quarter of the same year. Work for the construction of Limassol Marina is already under way and progressing rapidly. Estimated to cost more than 350 million euros and providing facilities and services of the highest standard, it can accommodate all types of vessels from sailing yachts to megayachts, ranging in length from 8m to 100m.