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NEW PARTNERS

December 2017

The Law firm of Stelios Americanos & Co LLC, with pleasure announces the appointment as new Partners / Directors:

  • Despina Americanou, Head of the Banking and Finance department
  • Soteris Costa, Head of the Litigation department; and
  • Juliana Kyriakides, Head of the Corporate Formation and Management Department.

By addressing our congratulations, we are certain that they will continue to offer their services to our firm with the same professionalism, aptitude, capability and respect to the code of conduct of our profession, as they have been doing throughout the years. The aim is to always achieve the best possible results for our clients.

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  • Stelios Americanos & Co LLC Shipping Practice

    The Cyprus flag has had unprecedented success in the last few years, rising to a position of prominence in world shipping.
  • M&A opportunities in Cyprus post Brexit

    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. There has been a noticeable rise in foreign investments in the local market, with an upswing in mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. 
  • THE VAT E-COMMERCE PACKAGE

    A. INTRODUCTION   The VAT E-commerce Package adopted by the Council on the 5th of December 2017 includes several changes that will be gradually implemented, some changes will be effective as from the 1st of January 2019 and the rest as from the 1st of January 2021.
  • WORLD SHIPPING LAW FORUM, ATHENS JANUARY 2019

    Stelios Americanos & Co LLC, participated in WORLD SHIPPING LAW FORUM in Athens that has taken place on the 25th January 2019. The conference took place at N.J.V. Athens Plaza.
  • BLOCKCHAIN AND DIGITAL CURRENCIES

    BLOCKCHAIN AND DIGITAL CURRENCIES
  • Mergers and Reorganizations - An Overview

    Cyprus boasts an attractive merger and reorganisation regime not only locally, but also at an EU level. Mrs Lia Iordanou Theodoulou, our firm's Partner-Head of Corporate Finance, shares an overview of the procedures to carry out a local and a cross-border merger, providing essential legal and tax information.
  • Supporting local and international charitable organizations

    As one of the leading law firms in Cyprus, we are active promoters and supporters of local economic growth by sponsoring local events, applying environmental-friendly practices, minimizing our ecological impact, and most importantly, by raising money for local charities and non-profit organizations.
  • Stricter supervision in relation to the Scheme for Naturalisation of Investors in Cyprus by Exceptio

    Recently there were a lot of publications within the European Union expressing concerns about the allegedly very high number of Cypriot passports being given to foreign investors the last few years. The Council of Ministers has decided on 9th January 2018 with the decision with number 84.069, to impose a stricter supervision of all the parties involved in the Scheme for the naturalisation of non-Cypriot investors in Cyprus by exception.
  • 19% VAT on Plots

    In order to harmonize the  Acquis Communautaire on the Taxation of untapped and undeveloped plots of land, the Cyprus Government enacted, on 03/11/2017, relevant legislation for the imposition of 19% Value Added Tax (VAT) on these properties, with a date of enforcement being 02/01/2018. The relevant legislation refers to plots/pieces of land offered and/or provided for construction for economic purposes.
  • Unfair contract terms

    The Unfair Contract Terms Law 93(1)/1996 (the “Law”) as amended, implements the EU Directive  93/13/EEC  of 5 April 1993 regime into national law. The objective of the aforementioned legislation is the protection of consumers in the European Union from unfair terms and conditions which might be included in a standard contract for goods and services they purchase. It introduces the notion of ‘good faith’ to avoid any significant imbalance in mutual rights and obligations.