Harneys Cyprus maintains high ranking by Chambers Europe
Harneys Cyprus has maintained its Band 2 ranking by Chambers Europe after the recent consolidation of the “Banking & Finance” and “Corporate & Commercial” practices into the new “General Business Law” category.
Clients noted that our lawyers are “pragmatic, responsive”, provide “clear advice” and are “very technically strong”. The team is known for their multi-talented offering and their ability to assist clients with commercial contract elements of large multinational acquisitions, divestments and mergers. They continually advise on corporate restructuring and tax issues. The team also act for clients on financial law matters, such as project finance and debt restructuring, and are highly experienced in syndicated financing and refinancing transactions.
Two partners from the Cyprus office were ranked, Cyprus Managing Partner Pavlos Aristodemou and Banking and Finance Partner Nancy Erotocritou. Pavlos was highly praised for his strong client care. His diverse practice encompasses refinancing, syndicate lending, and loan portfolio transactions. Nancy Erotocritou was highlighted for her ability to “understand the aims of the client and what is needed”. She was also described as a "hard-working practitioner”. Clients noted that “she is highly experienced in acting on acquisition finance and syndicate lending on behalf of sponsors and lenders”.
Pavlos commented: “We are pleased to be recognised for our world-class expertise by Chambers Europe. Our rankings are a testament to our team’s unwavering dedication and commitment to our clients, despite the challenges faced during the global pandemic.”
As a leading international multi-jurisdictional law firm with a physical presence in Cyprus, Harneys provides unrivalled service to clients throughout the world, particularly for complex and cross-border disputes. Cyprus is the premier hub for international business opportunities in the Mediterranean and one of the top venues for the incorporation and establishment of businesses across Europe.