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Loizos A. Papacharalambous

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Litigation and Advisory



Area of Practice

  • Public Procurement
  • Medical Law
  • Litigation, Arbitration, Mediation
  • International Contracts
  • Insurance Recovery and Advisory
  • Employment Law
  • Banking and Financial Services Law


Loizos has been the Vice – Chairman of the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA) for four years and the Chairman of the Housing Finance Corporation for 2.5 years.

He has also been the Vice – Chairnan of the Nicosia Bar Association for three years.

His main areas of practice are commercial and corporate litigation, representation of banks, investment, insurance companies, procurement law and public contracts.


Fluent in English and Greek


  • Member of the Cyprus Bar Association since 2004
  • Member of Gray’s Inn
  • Member of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators since 2011


Loizos graduated from the University of Bristol before going on to successfully complete the bar vocational course, being a member of Gray's Inn.

In 2006 Loizos successfully completed the International and Comparative Commercial Arbitration Diploma with the Queen Mary College of the University of London.

Loizos is currently attending courses to obtain an Msc in Finance and Banking.


Banking and finance

Within: Banking and finance

KOUSHOS KORFIOTIS PAPACHARALAMBOUS LLC has 'a solid banking and finance practice’. Loizos Papacharalambous is noted.

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Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Loizos Papacharalambous and George T. Korfiotis are the key contacts at KOUSHOS KORFIOTIS PAPACHARALAMBOUS LLC for corporate and commercial litigation.

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    In light of EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD), the Cyprus House of Representatives on April 5, 2019 voted into law (applicable from January 1, 2019) the partial implementation of legally-anti-abusive measures. These measures include the ‘interest limitation’ rule, the ‘general anti-abuse’ rule, and the ‘controlled foreign companies’ rule. The rest two measures stipulated by the EU ATAD (exit taxes and rules to tackle hybrid mismatches) are expected to be implemented in Cyprus by 2020.
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