Kyriaki Georgiou

Kyriaki Georgiou: Attorney with Harris Kyriakides LLC
  • Junior Associate at Harris Kyriakides LLC (29 Attorneys)
  • Antouanettas Building, 115 Faneromenis Avenue, P.O. BOX 40089, Larnaca, Cyprus
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Kyriaki Georgiou is a Junior Associate of the Banking and Finance Department at Harris Kyriakides LLC. Kyriaki's areas of expertise involve litigation and arbitration on banking and finance matters. She also advises banks on banking and finance extrajudicial matters, as well as prepares legal documents related to the banking sector.

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Litigation and Arbitration
  • Banking and Finance

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(+357) 24 021720  Phone
(+357) 24 201601  Fax
Law School Attended:
University of Warwick, LL.B., 2017
Year of First Admission:
2018, Cyprus

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Larnaca, Cyprus

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