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.

SPOTLIGHT ON CIBA 2019 CHARITY INITIATIVE

PANOS EVRIPIDOU FOUNDATION

SPONSORS

LATEST NEWS

CIBA delegation meets with the Governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus

A CIBA delegation met with the Governor of the Cyprus Central Bank on July 16th in Nicosia. The initiative was undertaken to inform the Central Bank with regards to the specific issues faced by the...
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Constantly Assessing and Developing the Role of CIBA – A strategic Overview Session by the Executive Committee (to be continued)

The Board of the Cyprus International Businesses Association took part in a one day workshop, facilitated by Human Asset – a member company of the Association – the outcome of which, will be presented to...
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Payment of final tax for the year 2018 for companies and self-employed individuals preparing audited financial statements – Courtesy of Deloitte

Please be reminded that the 1st of August 2019 is the deadline for the payment of the final tax for the year 2018 for companies and self-employed individuals preparing audited financial statements. In case the...
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Reduction of SDC rate applicable on interest income received by Cyprus tax resident domiciled individuals from corporate bonds – Courtesy of Deloitte

On 26 June 2019 an amendment to the Special Defence Contribution (SDC) Law was published in the Official Government Gazette. According to the amendment, effective from 26 June 2019, the SDC rate applicable on interest...
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TAKING CARE OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY IN CYPRUS