Nasos Kyriakides holds a Law Degree and a Masters’ Degree in European & Commercial Law from the University of Sheffield, UK as well as in International Management & Finance. Mr. Kyriakides is the founder and Managing Partner of Nasos A. Kyriakides & Partners LLC (2003). He has extensive experience in international corporate law, international taxation and planning, Banking and Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions and commercial aspects of corporate structuring and acted as speaker in a number of seminars representing the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce in Russia, Ukraine, India and Poland.
Mr. Kyriakides acted as legal advisor and representative for the listing of a number of Cyprus companies in the Cyprus Stock Exchange as well Cyprus Holding Company of international ownership in the London Stock Exchange (AIM) and Warsaw (New Connect). Mr. Kyriakides also acted as Chairman in Arbitration Procedures over private claims on corporate finance disputes and shipping affairs and claims of large International Shipping Companies, in Cyprus, London and Zurich.
Mr. Kyriakides has acted as legal advisor of Piraeus Bank Cyprus Limited, Bank of Cyprus Ltd and Alpha Bank Ltd in litigation procedures applying also interim procedures in Cyprus courts as well as acting in both litigation and arbitration procedures for major Russian and Ukrainian Banking institutions and Large Holding Groups having leading position in the International Business arena.
He is the Member of Cyprus Bar Association since 1995, and member of The International Tax Panning Association, The International Bar Association, The International Fiscal Association, The International Tax Planning Association, The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and The Institute of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators of London UK. He was further actively involved as the author of a number of publications in the Cyprus Bar Association monthly journal on Cyprus Corporate Taxation and VAT application in the services sector, and published Articles on the use of Cyprus companies in obtaining finance form major EU banking institutions, and the parallel and permanent registration of ships, in the Official Business Journal of the Cyprus Merchant Shipping Department.