The Jurisdiction of Strategic Choice


A small island in the Mediterranean, Cyprus has grown to become a dynamic business and investment hub that can offer opportunities across a wide range of sectors to professionals, entrepreneurs and investors from around the world. Whether you are looking to set up a company, partnership, or trust, there are a number of factors that make Cyprus an attractive environment for doing business.

The Cypriot economy is seen as one of the fastest-growing economies in the Eurozone, having followed a continuous upward trajectory in recent years. This strong momentum does not show any signs of slowing down, as many key investment sectors on the island are flourishing, and foreign investment has continued to flow in at a steady pace. Numerous opportunities are waiting to be explored in both traditional and emerging economic growth sectors, and Cyprus is continuously diversifying and enriching its product. Here are the eight key economic sectors to watch out for.

Top Reasons to Invest in Cyprus

  • Strategic Location
  • High Quality of Life
  • A Favourable Tax System
  • Business Friendly Infrastructure
  • Talented Workforce
  • Exceptional Regulatory Structure
  • Investment Schemes and Business Incentives
  • Positive Economic Outlook
Why Invest in Cyprus

Investing in Cyprus: Key Economic Sectors

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How we can help:

CX Financia offers a wide range of services to investors seeking to do business in Cyprus. From legal support, training and international tax planning, to assist in the establishment and management of International Business Companies, our team of experts will create a bespoke solution that fits your needs perfectly. Contact us today to find out what we can do for your business.

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