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Where shareholders’ general meetings (GMs) are planned by companies to be held, consideration must be given to the spread of Covid-19. In this article we share thoughts and suggestions under Cyprus Law. Possible Options Where the GM has not been convened, delaying of its convocation can be considered. Where the GM was convened, then it...
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Cyprus’ efforts to strengthen its position as a regional financial center of the European Union and the EMEA region has seen amendments to the betting regime earlier this year. The Betting Law of 2019 (the “Law”) reaffirms the position of the National Betting Authority (‘NBA”), as the national regulatory body on matters relating to betting...
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The Council of the European Union during the period between 01/05/2019 to 20/06/2019 passed various resolutions giving effect to the following: 1) Republic of Maldives – abolition of regime of autonomous restrictive measures of EU, decisions and regulations taken on 17th of June 2019, in relation to the restrictive measures due to the situation in...
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Money Laundering is a process by which the origins and ownership of money generated as a result of criminal activity, can be concealed. In effect, money is “laundered” through legitimate means and as a result, the proceeds lose their initial criminal identity and appear to have originated from a legitimate source. On the other hand,...
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The most recent amendments to the Cyprus Company Law Cap. 113 (the “Law”) aim to further modernize the current legal regime. The amendments, which took effect on 18 December 2018 include amongst others, the following: Late filing penalties are now being imposed, so as to encourage the submission of information on companies to the Registry...
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