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Harneys Cyprus retains its IFLR1000 ranking
Corporate

Harneys Cyprus retains its IFLR1000 ranking

Harneys Cyprus has maintained its tier two ranking from IFLR1000 for its Financial and Corporate practice.
New promotions across the globe

New promotions across the globe

Harneys has five new partners and two new directors, as revealed in the firm’s mid-year promotion announcement. Partner promotions took place in the Cayman Islands*, Cyprus and Hong Kong offices; the new partners are Jonathan Bernstein, Christopher Hall, Bronwyn King, Marc Parrott and Theodoros Zafiropoulos.
Max Group financing for property acquisition
Banking and Finance

Max Group financing for property acquisition

Harneys advised Standard Chartered Bank on Cyprus law matters in relation to a $70 million financing given to the Max Group in order to allow the group to acquire property in the United Kingdom, where part of the security package for the financing was a security agreement given by a Cypriot entity.
Cypriot counsel to Senvion GMBH on wind energy projects
Banking and Finance

Cypriot counsel to Senvion GMBH on wind energy projects

Harneys acted as Cypriot counsel to Senvion GMBH in connection with a $66 million financing provided to Luxembourg Mainstream Chile Holdings S. À R. L. for the purpose of implementing the construction and operation of two wind energy projects in Chile.
€1.3 billion financing Playtech financing
Banking and Finance

€1.3 billion financing Playtech financing

Harneys acted as Cypriot counsel to the a the mandated lead arrangers (consisting of National Westminster Bank PLC, Santander UK PLC, UBS Limited and Unicredit Bank AG, London Branch) in relation to an approximately €1.3 billion financing given to PLAYTECH PLC.
Seminar: International Sanctions Update in Cyprus
Financial and economic sanctions

Seminar: International Sanctions Update in Cyprus

We are pleased to announce that we are hosting a seminar, with Debevoise & Plimpton and Brick Court Chambers Barristers, on Thursday, 5 July.