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Dr. K. Chrysostomides & Co LLC

George Ioannou

George Ioannou



  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate and Business
  • Corporate Litigation
  • Financial Litigation

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George Ioannou joined the Corporate & Commercial department at Dr. K. Chrysostomides & Co LLC as a Senior Associate, in February 2008. He has significant experience in transactions support and is highly specialised in the provision of tax advice and international tax planning and application of provisions of double tax treaties, cross border mergers, mergers of Cyprus companies in the pharmaceutical and automobile industries, transfers of corporate seat of holding companies, preparation of legal capacity opinions and due diligence reports for holding companies.

Prior to joining the firm, George held the position of Assistant Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers Cyprus, where he also qualified as a Chartered Accountant. He spent time in the Advisory and Tax Departments of that firm, dealing with tax planning and tax compliance, provision of internal audit services, feasibility studies and due diligence assignments in a number of areas, including retail, manufacturing, trading and service industries.

He is recommended among the leading lawyers for Tax in the 2015 edition of Chambers Europe.

Bar Admissions

Cyprus Bar Association (2007)


University College London (LL.B. Law), London School of Economics and Political Science (B.Sc. Politics and International Relations)
Areas of Practice

Commercial Law | Corporate and Business | Corporate Litigation | Financial Litigation | Taxation

Professional Career

Professional Associations

The Cyprus Bar Association; ACA - Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales


Tax Update - DAC 6: Mandatory Reporting of Cross-Border Arrangements
Dr. K. Chrysostomides & Co LLC, December 2019

  The EU is introducing an additional level of transparency in order to enhance the means tax authorities can use to detect potentially aggressive tax arrangements. In this light, EU Directive 2018/822/EU (hereinafter the “DAC 6”) imposes mandatory reporting of cross-border arrangements, affecting at least one EU Member State, that fall within one of a number of “hallmarks”...

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