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GOLD Magazine: Cyprus Banking in 2020

GOLD Magazine: Cyprus Banking in 2020

In March 2013, the Cypriot banking system came crashing down and almost took the economy with it. Seven years on, following major reforms, stricter regulation, proper governance and a certain amount of consolidation, the country’s banks have restored public trust to a considerable degree, despite some of them continuing to be dogged by stories of past dubious practices and the (still not totally resolved) issue of non-performing loans.

The cover story of the latest issue of GOLD (available everywhere from Sunday, February 16) presents facts and figures from the latest available Annual Reports of eight major banks, to provide a snapshot of where they stand at the start of the new decade. Additionally, seven Heads of Corporate Banking provide information on their operations and share their views on the prospects for their specific area of the banking business, and Vassilios G. Vrachimis, Partner in charge of Banking at PwC Cyprus, writes about how banks in Cyprus are striving to remain relevant in a rapidly changing environment.

In addition to all the magazine’s popular regular features, this month’s GOLD also includes exclusive interviews with Theo Parperis, President of the Cyprus-China Business Association, and with two graphic designers who, fresh out of university, set up their own successful company.

Don’t miss the latest issue of GOLD, which is available from Sunday, February 16 in both print and digital versions.




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