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Cyproman Services Launches New Corporate Identity

Cyproman Services Launches New Corporate Identity

The Cyproman brand has evolved into the CPM Group, following the company’s announcement of its new corporate identity.

“The world of business constantly evolves, but true principles never change. Business is becoming more global and international and so are we,” a company statement declares.

The revelation was officially announced by the company’s General Manager Costas Christoforou.

The changes reflect the company’s development, Christoforou stated, as it increases its presence internationally and expands its portfolio of services and activities.

Though the company is evolving into a more integrated, global service provider, its core values shall remain consistent: customer first, commitment to quality, efficient and professional services. 

Additionally, its subsidiary CypruFund Administration Services Ltd shall be renamed CPF, so as to align with the new identity of the CPM Group.


Cyproman Services Ltd. (CPM) was incorporated in 1996 and commenced its operations in the same year. Initially, its main focus was the provision of fiduciary services. Over the years, the company has grown significantly and has expanded the range of services offered, aiming to best accommodate the business needs of today’s market and, above all, the needs of its clientele. 


CPM Services operates in fully fledged offices in Nicosia and Larnaca.


CPM, has gained considerable reputation as leading and highly respected independent service provider in the areas of Fiduciary services, Corporate Administration and Secretarial services in Cyprus.


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