CySEC protecting investors, fuelling growth

The investment sector continues to grow steadily despite continuous challenges, positively contributing to the growth of the broader financial services sector and the Cypriot economy, said the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission

KEAN bottled off to property investors

After 74 years as a leading juices and soft drinks manufacturer, Cypriot firm KEAN has sold its business to Limassol-based real estate investors Prime Property Cyprus for an undisclosed fee. Ever present

Israeli investors eye ‘high tech valley’

Israeli investors are advancing plans to create a ‘tech valley’ on the island to host technology companies amid rising insecurity and concerns over a planned judicial overhaul. Speculation has proliferated about plans

Investors take risks they can’t afford

Investors are taking more risk than they can afford, a Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) survey has revealed. One in four investors admits to investing more than they could afford to

More dodgy passports revoked

The government has decided to revoke another seven golden passports handed out to foreign investors as the Anastasiades administration comes under fire over its connection to suspicious cases. Interior Minister Nicos Nouris

Investors not spooked, despite grim outlook

Wealthy investors are planning on making “considerable additions” to their investment portfolios this year – despite red-hot inflation and historic interest rate rises to combat it, stagnant growth, tax hikes, Putin’s war

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