articles | 08 October 2020 | EY Cyprus

EY TaxLegi: tax and legal insights and perspectives provided by EY Cyprus

EY Cyprus is pleased to announce the launch of TaxLegi, a specialised monthly newsletter (blog) that provides insights and EY perspectives mainly on Tax and Legal aspects, utilising both current news and blog articles produced by our Tax and Legal team.

TaxLegi was created with EY’s client needs in mind and aims to keep them up to date with critical financial, tax and legal matters that might impact them. The launch of TaxLegi allows our clients to stay informed and remain ahead of developments in the areas of professional services and taxation, by tapping into EY’s global source of information, thought leadership and expertise.

The blog will contain rich and valuable online content such as tax and legal alerts and newsletters, information on upcoming webinars as well as articles and opinions from EY Cyprus experts.

Commenting on the launch of TaxLegi, Philippos Raptopoulos, Partner and Head of Tax and Legal Services of EY Cyprus said: “In these unprecedented times, being informed and staying up to date with the rapid and constant changes is not only necessary but vital. We are very happy to launch this new TaxLegi initiative, aspiring to directly inform our clients on EY’s latest thoughts and expertise as well as provide current global tax and legal insights. We are confident that our clients will experience TaxLegi as a useful tool in helping them identify trends and actions that better suit their business needs.”

To find out more about TaxLegi and read the first September 2020 issue, visit here.

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