Following the Cyprus government announcement of 25 March 2013 that Laiki Bank (Cyprus Popular Bank) and Bank of Cyprus Plc will be restructured, Theodorou Law is currently advising a number of high net individuals and companies, both local and international, on their potential rights to seek legal redress for the negative financial impact caused to them as investors, shareholders and depositors from these actions.
The announcement by the Cyprus government was expected as part of the implication measures agreed by the Cyprus government and the European Commission, European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund in order to receive funds to resolve the liquidity problems faced by the aforementioned banks.
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