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Kreston International bolsters in Cyprus

Kreston has welcomed Cyprus based firm, Kreston Ioannou & Theodoulou, to the network. Founded in the early 1990s, the firm is a fast-growing, top ranked firm in Cyprus with six partners and 52 staff operating from offices in Nicosia and Limassol

The firm has a strong international profile, with more than half of its business focused internationally. The firm has extensive experience assisting clients in cross-border trade, mainly in Europe, Middle East and the US, with staff speaking languages including Greek, English, Italian and Russian.

Kreston Ioannou & Theodoulou is an audit, tax and advisory firm, with additional strength in corporate services. The firm has a deep understanding of international business through Cypriot structures, direct and indirect tax advisory and extensive advisory knowledge as well as experience in mergers and acquisitions and financial due diligence. In addition, the firm offers technology advice and tailored solutions including customer engagement, process automation and electronic money transactions.


The firm is represented at the Board of the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commissions (CySEC); the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Cyprus Small and Medium Sized Audit Firms Committee and is certified by the ICPAC (Audit Quality and AML Compliance).

The management of Kreston Ioannou & Theodoulou said, “Joining Kreston’s extensive global network is a natural choice, enabling us to access the wealth of experience offered by the members.''

Liza Robbins, CEO at Kreston International said, “We are thrilled to welcome such a strong internationally focussed firm as Kreston Ioannou & Theodoulou to the network and we look forward to their active contribution to Kreston.”

Kreston Ioannou & Theodoulou joins existing member firm Kreston Proios in representing the network in Cyprus.

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