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Information system “ERGANI” comes into force in Cyprus

Information system “ERGANI” comes into force in Cyprus The Cyprus Ministry of Labor, Social Security and Social Insurance recently announced that the corresponding 2017 Social Insurance Regulations (Regulation 167/2017) will enter into force on 13 September 2021. The main changes are as follows: 1. An application for registration of an employer must be submitted no […]

How are crypto assets regulated in Cyprus?

How are crypto assets regulated in Cyprus? On January 10, 2020, EU Directive 2018/843 entered into force in Europe, and all Member States were required to implement the Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Law (AML). On 23 February 2021, Cyprus amended its Law on the Prevention and Suppression of Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism 188 […]

Types of entry visas to Cyprus

Types of entry visas to Cyprus A visa is an official permission to cross certain geographic boundaries under predetermined conditions. There are several types of visas: transit, short-term, long-term, as well as individual and group. Each visa has its own characteristics and conditions for obtaining the right. Our team is ready to take on all […]

What is European Economic Interest Group (EEIG)?

What is European Economic Interest Group (EEIG)? The European Economic Interest Group (EEIG) makes it much easier for its members to cooperate in the European Economic Area. For example, members can use their EEIG to develop collaborative activities that would be too costly on an individual level, or to concentrate funds and know-how in order […]

How can you immigrate to Cyprus?

How can you immigrate to Cyprus? If you want to obtain a residence permit in Cyprus and are ready to invest in the economy of the state, you can apply for a permanent residence permit (Category F) in the standard procedure. So you can get permanent residence in 1 year. To be eligible to participate, […]

Cyprus Electronic Money Institution (EMI)

Cyprus Electronic Money Institution (EMI) The Central Bank of Cyprus acts as the regulator for all matters related to electronic money in Cyprus. Who can issue electronic money? Banks. Cooperative credit institutions. Electronic money institutions. EMI, once established and properly licensed, can offer its services in all EU member states on a cross-border basis without […]

Advantages of Cypriot Shipping Companies

Advantages of Cypriot Shipping Companies Despite the gradual globalization of trade, difficult economic conditions around the world have put the shipping industry under severe pressure. Cyprus has been well established as a shipping hub since 1963. Cyprus, with its reliable infrastructure, capable of meeting the needs of global shipping business. The island is one of […]

Extension of the period for non-imposition of administrative fines for overdue submission of DAC6 information

Extension of the period for non-imposition of administrative fines for overdue submission of DAC6 information The Internal Revenue Service (TD) announced that this period of temporary cancellation of administrative penalties for late reporting DAC6 has been extended until September 30, 2021 in the following cases: Accountable Cross-Border Agreements (RCBA), which were implemented between June 25, […]

The Netherlands and Cyprus sign double tax treaty

The Netherlands and Cyprus sign double tax treaty On June 1, 2021, the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Republic of Cyprus signed in Nicosia the Convention for the Elimination of Double Taxation with Respect to Taxes on Income and the Prevention of Tax Evasion. Cyprus was the last member of the European Economic Area […]

Cyprus opens its doors to crypto providers

Cyprus opens its doors to crypto providers The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) last week issued a directive regarding the registration of cryptoasset service providers (CASP). In line with European-wide requirements, Cyprus recently updated its definition of legal entities’ obligations under the Money Laundering Prevention and Combating Law 2007 to include CASP within its […]