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Elias Neocleous & Co LLC Ranks ‘Tier 1’ Legal Firm In 2021 IFLR 100 Ratings

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC Ranks ‘Tier 1’ Legal Firm In 2021 IFLR 100 Ratings

The results of the 2021 IFLR 100 ratings review have been announced.  This is the 30th anniversary of the rating awards and Elias Neocleous & Co LLC, for the third successive year, has been ranked as a ‘Tier 1’ legal firm in Cyprus.


IFLR1000 is the only international legal directory dedicated to ranking law firms and lawyers based on both the financial and corporate transactional work that they have performed in the year, and the results of client feedback on their performance.  “It is, therefore, especially gratifying for our firm to be recognized as a top provider of legal services,” the firm stated in a press release.


In addition to the success of the firm, five of their lawyers have been singled out as worthy of special recognition.  For the third successive year, Elias Neocleous has been listed as a ‘Market Leader’ in five practice areas and Costas Stamatiou as a ‘Highly Regarded’ Lawyer in four practice areas.  In line with their 2020 performance, three of their lawyers, Demetris Roti (Banking and M&A), Dimitris Papoutsis (Banking) and Michael Pelosi (Banking) were all listed as ‘Notable Practitioners’ in their specialist areas.


“We would like to thank all our clients for their support and positive feedback. They can rest assured that we remain dedicated to providing them with input that is always accurate, timely and practical. And to offering, excellent service and accessibility and great value for money,” the firm noted.




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