The scope of this category of publications is to focus on company law in Cyprus, analyze and review amendments to the Cyprus Companies Law as well as current and future practices such as the reduction of capital, change of directors, change of the name and other.
In Cyprus, the predominant law covering companies’ dealings is the Companies Law, Chapter 113 of the Statute Laws.
The Companies Law was adopted during the establishment of the Republic of Cyprus (1960). Chiefly the legislative body then, adopted the Companies Act of 1948 as applied in the United Kingdom. Since then the Companies’ Law has been amended, 63 times, to adhere to the developing landscape of Cypriot companies and the international clients that they serve.
As of July 2019, i am aware of an overhaul to the Cyprus Companies’ law. It will be interesting to examine how the various disclosures (Cyprus Beneficial Ownership Registered, the General Data Protection Act, DAG6) will be adopted and applied.
Corporate Bonds in Cyprus are selectively used by Public Companies, however under conditions, Corporate Bonds can be issued privet and to attract funds
A Cyprus Private Company Limited by guarantee is a class of private companies similar to the private company limited by shares, however it is different and aims to be used for a different purpose
With over 200.000 private companies incorporated in Cyprus the majority of them are limited by shares, but what does it mean to be limited by shares and what benefits are afforded
In accordance with section of the Cyprus Companies Law, a document may be served to a Company by the document being left or by dispatching the document by mail to the registered office of the Company.
The freedom of establishment is fundamental within the European union, i have examined the cross border mergers directive in this article along with certain best practices to follow
Cyprus court examined the strike off in Cyprus and more importantly directors liability, the case is important since it comes to touch upon an issue which lately has been more relevant than before. With an estimated 40,000 companies having being struck off in recent years surely several of them will reconsider.
Companies Law allows for the migration of foreign companies to Cyprus without incorporation. This means that the business and the company may continue its operation