This section of the website contains a brief introduction to the Cyprus Register of Bankruptcies and Liquidations (Μητρώο Πτωχευσάντων και Εκκαθαρίσεων Εταιρειών).
The Bankruptcies Section (Κλάδος Πτωχεύσεων και Εκκαθαρίσεων) is responsible for receiving and administering the assets of insolvent natural and legal persons and reports to the Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (Τμήμα Εφόρου Εταιρειών και Επίσημου Παραλήπτη) of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism (Υπουργείο Εμπορίου, Βιομηχανίας και Τουρισμού). This section keeps a file of bankrupt natural persons. If a company is wound up, it is reported in the Business Register. For further information, please contact the Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver.
What does the insolvency register offer?
Is access to the insolvency register free of charge?
How to search the insolvency register
History of the insolvency register
The Insolvency Register contains information on insolvencies from 1931 to date.
Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (Τμήμα Εφόρου Εταιρειών και Επίσημου Παραλήπτη)
Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism (Υπουργείο Εμπορίου, Βιομηχανίας και Τουρισμού)
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Last update: 31/10/2019