Maria Panayiotou named President of new CIFA Board of Directors

Maria Panayiotou has been named as the new President of the Board of Directors of the Cyprus Investment Funds Association (CIFA).

The new CIFA Board of Directors was formed after a successful annual and electoral assembly in Nicosia on 15 February, which was addressed by President Nikos Christodoulides and Finance Minister Makis Keravnos among other dignitaries as well as the outgoing CIFA President Andreas Yiasemides.

The new Board has the following composition:

Maria Panayiotou - President

Spyros Vassiliou - Vice President

Petros Mavrommatis - Vice President

Michalis Vasiliou – Board Secretary

Marios Charalambides – Board Treasurer

Konstantinos Xanthis - Board Member

Emilios Tannousis - Board Member

Constantinos Papanastasiou - Board Member

George Tsangarides - Board Member

Christia Evagorou - Board Member

Aphrodite Zinga - Board Member

Marios Georgiades - Board Member

Maria Petsa - Board Member

Andreas Athinodorou - Board Member

Omeros Nishiotis - Board Member

Elia Nicolaou - Board Member

Christoforos Antoniades - Board Member

Also read: President Christodoulides: Investment funds have a lot to offer the Cypriot economy

Also read: Keravnos: Cyprus can claim a place among Europe’s emerging investment fund hubs

Also read: Andreas Yiasemides: Investment funds can help diversify Cyprus’ economic model

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