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 10 Nov 2020 
As of 1st November 2020, the Cyprus Investment Programme is closed until further notice. The revisions made to the Cyprus Investment Programme in 2016 provided for the granting of the Cypriot citizenship by investment to the spouse, children as well as parents of the investor. Further amendments were introduced in 2018, namely a cap of 700 applicants per year, enhanced due diligence procedures and change of the name of the programme to Cypriot Investment Programme.
 10 Nov 2020 
An overview on the Investment Programmes in Malta and Cyprus. As of 1st November 2020, the Cyprus Investment Programme is closed until further notice.
 10 Nov 2020 
As of 1st November 2020, the Cyprus Investment Programme is closed until further notice. Contact us for further inform As one of the most attractive schemes currently available, the Cyprus Investment Programme has gained significant popularity due to its reliability and rigorous due diligence. Investors and their family members will be able to enjoy the island’s high standard of living as well as its booming economy. They will also be able to contribute to this economy, investing in its future.
 10 Nov 2020 
As of 1st November 2020, the Cyprus Investment Programme is closed until further notice. Cyprus Investment Programme is one of the most successful citizenship programs. See if you qualify for the Cyprus Investment Programme.
 27 May 2020 
At Chetcuti Cauchi we do not believe the global marketplace will ever be the same, even at the end of the COVID-19 curve. This surreal social distancing experience forces us to reconsider our priorities, our needs and our concept of risk and preparedness. For some, it may mean that the trajectory of their business is irreversibly altered. We see this as an opportunity for true entrepreneurs to shine, for this forced confinement to be leveraged for introspection, innovation and re-invention.
 25 Mar 2020 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
At Chetcuti Cauchi we believe the global economy will never revert to the pre-COVID19 reality. Doing Business Remotely emerges as the norm from the surreal Social Distancing experience. For some, it means irreversible changes in their long-term business curve. Every so often the world is shaken up by critical events that irrevocably alter the way work is done and the way we live. What is sure, preparedness for Doing Business Remotely has meant a readiness to face these unprecedented challenges
 23 Mar 2020 Steve Muscat Azzopardi
Most entrepreneurs looking to expand internationally focus on logistical and operational aspects, while failing to consider critical matters such as taxation, the legal framework or protection of business assets. When entrepreneurs make the step from operating as a sole trader to a corporate structure or formal partnership, they incorporate the legal entity in their own jurisdiction. Here are 4 aspects entrepreneurs should consider in their choice of jurisdiction for their online business.
Generally speaking, statistics published by Eurostat show that when the increase in Cypriot citizenship is considered in relation to population, Cyprus is amongst the top players in the granting of citizenship – 5.5 per thousand persons. Furthermore, statistics also show that 59% of citizenship acquisitions recorded in Cyprus were made to women, making this the highest proportion in the European Union. Delving more specifically into the statistics concerning the Cyprus Investment Programme.
Compare and Contrast Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) Regimes, their asset classes activities and the Malta new proposed REIT regime
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