Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA)
CIPA encourages foreign businesses to explore opportunities for investment in Cyprus
Established with a Council of Ministers decision in 2007, the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA) now also known as Invest Cyprus is a registered not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and fully funded by the Government of Cyprus.
CIPA as the National Investment Promotion Agency of Cyprus holds a threefold mandate:
- To promote Cyprus as an attractive international investment centre
- To advocate reform in Cyprus required to improve the regulatory and business environment and infrastructure
- To provide support and advocacy to investors
CIPA takes the lead in attracting foreign direct investment in conjunction and partnership with the private sector and related government organizations and agencies.
CIPA’s aim is to promote Cyprus and its various foreign direct Investment opportunities in priority growth sectors including Banking and Financial Services, Professional Services, Energy, Shipping, Real Estate, Education, Research& Development, ICT, Medical Services and Wellness Tourism.
Companies at all stages of the process leading to the establishment of a presence in Cyprus, ranging from information gathering to conducting a site visit or even implementing a business plan in Cyprus, have a partner on the ground, the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency.
CIPA is a full member of the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (WAIPA) and the ANIMA Investment Network (the Mediterranean Countries Investment Promotion Agencies Foundation) and a founding member of FDI Association.
For more information please contact:
Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency – CIPA
Tel.: +357-22- 441133
Fax.: +357-22- 441134
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