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Global investors to attend Cyprus Investors Summit 2015 in Limassol

President Anastasiades will be addressing the delegates tonight at the official dinner.

Global institutional investors will attend the Cyprus Investors Summit 2015, which will take place today and tomorrow in the southern coastal town of Limassol.

The Summit is organized for the first time by the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA) and is taking place under the auspices of the President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades.

The Summit has attracted global institutional investors, fund managers, industry leaders and policy makers to learn and be informed about the vast investment opportunities that Cyprus has to offer in Large Scale Projects. The objective is to present 12 significant and attractive investment opportunities to the global investment community.

Tonight, President Anastasiades will address delegates at an official dinner.

The official opening session will take place tomorrow morning with addresses by CIPA Director General Charis Papacharalambous, CIPA Chairman Christodoulos Angastiniotis, Bank of Cyprus CEO John Hourican, Minister of Finance Harris Georgiades, Minister of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Yiorgos Lakkotrypis, Governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus Chrystalla Georghadji, Privatisation Commissioner Constantinos Heorodotou, Director of the Wealth, Brokerage and Asset Management at the Bank of Cyprus Costas Argyrides and President of the Cyprus Investment Funds Association (CIFA) Angelos Gregoriades.


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