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Private Wealth 2019
Before examining the tax regimes that apply to individual clients in Cyprus, it is important to draw a distinction between residents and non-residents in Cyprus, as well as between persons who are domiciled in the Republic and those who are not.
Cyprus
25 Mar 2019
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Agreement Between Cyprus And Luxembourg For The Avoidance Of Double Taxation
On May 8, 2017, an agreement was signed between the Republic of Cyprus and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg on the elimination of double taxation in respect of taxes on income and on capital, for the prevention of tax evasion and avoidance.
Cyprus
11 Jul 2017
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Signing Of A Multilateral Tax Convention
The Ministry of Finance announced in a statement that on 7 June 2017 the Republic of Cyprus co-signed the Multilateral Tax Convention with another 70 countries.
Cyprus
11 Jul 2017
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Cross Border Successions
European Union adopted a Succession Regulation (EU) No 650/2012 in order to make cross border successions easier to plan and manage.
Cyprus
16 May 2017
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Annual Reporting Obligations Of Cyprus Investment Firms
The the "Commission" is the responsible authority ensuring that CIFs comply with all the requirements as set out in the Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law of 2007...
Cyprus
27 Mar 2017
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International Trusts In Cyprus
A comprehensive definition of "trusts" under Cyprus law does not exist. However, the court, through case law, has deemed that a trust arrangement is a structure whereby the holder of a property...
Cyprus
13 Mar 2017
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Cyprus Securities And Exchange Commission - C179
The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission ("CySEC") has issued Circular C179 relating to the collection of information of financial instruments offered by CIFs.
Cyprus
10 Feb 2017
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Liquidation of a Cyprus Registered Company by a Creditor
Under Cyprus law, and specifically the Companies Act, Cap 113, a creditor, whose claim has matured and remains unsettled can apply to the District Court for an Order that the company be liquidated.
Cyprus
8 Jun 2010
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