ABOUT CIBA

The Cyprus International Businesses Association (CIBA) was established on 31 December 1992 as a registered not-for-profit company limited by guarantee.

CIBA came to existence on the initiative of a number of expatriate business executives who had moved their international operations to Cyprus in order to benefit from the island’s strategic location, bridging Europe to Middle East Africa and the Far East, as well as to take advantage of the island’s relaxed atmosphere and Mediterranean climate and its rather simple but competitive and effective tax regime.

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EU Blacklist Update – Courtesy of KPMG’s EU Tax Centre

The EU blacklist, first adopted on December 5, 2017, is part of the EU’s effort to clamp down on tax avoidance and harmful tax practices. Out of the ninety-two jurisdictions initially chosen for screening, seventeen...
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2018 Income Tax Return (Form T.D.4) for Companies – Courtesy of EY

The Cypriot Tax Department has published the 2018 income tax return for companies. The only difference between the 2018 and 2017 income tax return template is an addition made in Part 3 – “Computation of...
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CIBA Agreement with CIIM – 10 Partial Scholarships for CIBA Company Members for MBA and MSc in Financial Services

It is CIBA’s stated aim to provide tangible value to its member companies and even more so in the field of Education. To this end, CIBA announces its agreement with the Cyprus International Institute of...
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BREXIT – Meeting organised by British High Commission

The General Secretary of CIBA Mr. Andreas Pishias together with other key associations and members of the business community in Cyprus met with the British Government’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union The...
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TAKING CARE OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY IN CYPRUS