Mr Ioannis Sidiropoulos​ > Elias Neocleous & Co LLC > Limassol, Cyprus > Lawyer Profile

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC

Work Department

Corporate and commercial




Ioannis Sidiropoulos has focused on issues of corporate, insolvency and investment law. During his engagement with our firm, he has assisted in substantial transactions involving international law firms, institutional financiers and international commercial and development banks.

He has also taken up the role of the coordinator of our firm’s Publications team, producing legal analysis material, dealing with issues of legal marketing and preparing various presentations of the firm’s services for the media.

In parallel, he is a guest staff member of the Leiden University Law School, in the Netherlands.

Ioannis’s relevant experience is as follows:

  • Dealing with a wide range of commercial law matters, including corporate, insolvency, financial and banking law, issues of leasing and legal aspects of submission of financial statements
  • Drafting agreements, resolutions and schemes of arrangement
  • Got involved in a major project of the United Nations, on issues of legal protection in cases of environmental damages
  • Cyprus contributor for the Restructuring – Insolvency Q&A of the Doing Business 2021 project of the World Bank Group
  • Contributor to the Cyprus chapter of the ‘Taxation of Crypto Assets’ book, published by Wolters Kluwer
  • Contributor to the research of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in relation to EU Member states corporate reorganization regimes, offering information / answers on Cyprus.
  • Contributor to the ‘’Münchener Kommentar zur Insolvenzordnung – Band 4’’ book, on issues of Cyprus insolvency law, published by Beck Verlag
  • Contributor to the research of the UK Insolvency Service in relation to post-Brexit aspects of cross-border insolvencies


English, Greek, German.


  • Member of the Greek Union of Legal Professionals
  • Research assistant, European Law Institute, 2016
  • Guest Staff Member, Business Studies Department, Leiden Law School, the Hague, since 2017
  • Admitted to the Athens Bar, 2017
  • Admitted to the Cyprus Bar, 2019


  • Bachelor of Law (“First class Honours”), Democritus University of Thrace (D.U.TH.), Greece (9/2014)
  • Master of Laws (LL.M) in Commercial and Corporate Law, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK, (9/2015)
  • Master of Laws (LL.M) in International and European Law; International Trade and Investment Law, University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Netherlands, (2/2017)
  • Certification in the History of Economic Thought, Oxford University, (12/2015)
  • Certification in Accounting for lawyers, Athens University of Economics and Business, Athens, (7/2017)


Ioannis Sidiropoulos