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PATRICIAN CHAMBERS, 332 AGIOU ANDREOU STR., 3035 LIMASSOL, CYPRUS
Tel:
Work +357 25 87 15 99
Fax:
Fax +357 25 34 45 48
Email:
Web:
www.pavlaw.com
Limassol, Nicosia
Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC, Stella Louca Pavlou, Limassol, CYPRUS

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Stella Louca Pavlou

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Work +357 25 871 599
Email:
Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC

Work Department

Banking and Litigation department

Position

Stella Louca Pavlou is the Banking Partner of the firm. Her practice areas include Banking and Finance Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Mediation, Property and Administration of Estates, Family Law.

Career

• Banking Partner, Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC, Limassol, Cyprus, since July 2010 • Banking Partner, Patrikios Pavlou & Co, Limassol, Cyprus, October 2007 – June 2010 • Litigation Partner, Patrikios Pavlou & Co, Limassol, Cyprus, January 1997 - September 2007 • Senior Associate, Commercial department, Patrikios Pavlou & Co, July 1994 - December 1996.

Languages

Greek (native) and English (fluent).

Member

• Cyprus Bar Association • International Bar Association • Cyprus Mediation Association

Education

Stella Louca Pavlou obtained a Law Degree from University of Athens in Greece in 1992 and she was admitted to the Cyprus Bar Association in 1994. In 2014, she successfully completed the ADR Group Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator training programme and became a member of the Cyprus Mediation Association.


Cyprus

Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC’s team ‘does not overly complicate things’ and is skilled at handling multijurisdictional projects: it recently advised an international bank on an amendment agreement to a €260m facility agreement. Stella Louca Pavlou is ‘vastly experienced’ and Lia Iordanou Theodouloukeeps an active involvement in any matter that she is instructed on’. The ‘commercially astuteStavros Pavlou and the ‘precise’ Stella Strati are also recommended.

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Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC

  • ICLG:International Arbitration Cyprus 2016

    The only requirement under the main laws applicable to arbitration (see below) is that the arbitration agreement has to be a written agreement to submit present or future disputes to arbitration and, under common law principles, this agreement has to be clear and certain.  Read more...
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    In 2011, in response to public concerns over large multinational companies exploiting differences in national tax rules, the European Commission published a proposal for a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) to unify tax rules throughout the EU. Individual countries would still be free to set their own tax rates, but anomalies between countries in terms of deductibility of expenses and recognition of income would be eliminated. The initial proposal met with considerable political resistance, particularly from the United Kingdom, and was not pursued. In October 2016, perhaps in anticipation of less resistance once Brexit was completed, the Commission issued a revised proposal to replace the earlier one. It aims to introduce a set of common rules for determining the tax base of companies with operations in several EU Member States and tax them in the country where their revenues are generated, and remove the anomaly of large companies paying what the public perceives as disproportionately low amounts of tax in countries where they have significant activities.
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  • A fight against corruption by the proposed introduction of Criminal Record Certificates for Companie

    Due to existing problems with regards to companies competing for the undertaking of public projects, on the 28 th  September 2015 the Cabinet decided to give an end to the scandals involving the squander of millions of public money by approving an amendment Bill, which would add to the conditions for public tenders, the requirement of providing a Criminal Record Certificate for legal entities. Until today, this was not required due to gaps and loopholes in the existing Law. Provided this Bill will be passed into Law by its publication at the Official Gazette of Cyprus, companies applying for public tender will be asked to produce a certificate that would show they have a clean criminal record.