Saturday
January 04, 2020

Total Deposits at €48.6bln in November 2019

Nicosia - Total deposits in Cyprus reached €48.6 billion in November 2019, while outstanding loans €34.2 billion, the Central Bank of Cyprus announced last week. Specifically, according to the official data, total deposits in November…
Thursday
December 12, 2019

Assets Under Management in Cyprus reach €7.7bln

Nicosia – Total Assets Under Management (AUM) for the third quarter of 2019 in Cyprus reached €7.7 bln, recording a 12% increase compared to the second quarter of 2019, according to a quarterly bulletin recently…

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Tuesday
November 26, 2019

Single voice for VAT in Cyprus

The Founding Members of the Cyprus VAT Association (CYVA). Nicosia - The Cyprus VAT Association (CYVA) was recently established with the aim of providing… НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ.
Wednesday
October 30, 2019

Top EU VAT expert in Cyprus for cryptocurrencies seminar

Limassol – Renowned Maltese VAT expert, Matthew Zampa, joins forces with the Chelco International VAT Academy in Cyprus to deliver a unique seminar on… НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ.
Wednesday
October 16, 2019

ICAEW 100 competition launched

Nicosia - The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) is searching to find the brightest 100 Cypriot students with the aspiration… НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ.
Wednesday
October 02, 2019

New business hours for Chelco Management Services

Limassol – In an effort to serve its clients, associates and vendors better and more efficiently, Chelco Management Services Ltd has changed its business… НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ.
Wednesday
September 25, 2019

VAT on building land reduced to 5%

The Cyprus Council of Ministers decided earlier this month to reduce the VAT rate on building land from 19% to 5% in the form… НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ.
Monday
September 23, 2019

Thomas Cook bankruptcy leaves 15.000 tourists stranded in Cyprus

Nicosia - The bankruptcy of Thomas Cook, which accounts for 5% to 6% of total tourist arrivals to Cyprus, left 15.000 tourists stranded on the island.… НАЖМИТЕ ЗДЕСЬ ДЛЯ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ.