Alexis Erotocritou is highly recommended for his superb work advising financial institutions, private clients and insurance companies on a diverse range of financing matters.
Alexis is a partner at Erotocritou, focusing primarily on banking, finance and real estate matters.
Working consistently with various leading international law firms, Alexis provides regulatory and transactional advice to public and private companies, banking institutions, investment advisers and insurance companies, high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurial and institutional investors in all areas of banking and finance law including, acquisition and asset finance, finance leasing, general banking and finance for corporate lending (both bilateral and syndicated), refinancing, subordination, guarantees, indemnities and performance bonds), security enforcement and distressed debt, trade and property finance, etc.
He has acted on numerous occasions as local co-counsel in various complex high-value transactions and has advised investment companies and banking institutions in connection with the structuring of finance products.
Alexis has authored various publications, mainly in the areas of banking, finance and commercial law. He is co-author of the Cyprus Annual Report on Shareholding Disclosure and Short Selling; and author of The Pre-Insolvency Enforceability of Derivative Transactions under Cyprus Laws. He has also lectured at the European University of Cyprus.
He graduated from the University of Sheffield with honours, and completed the legal practice course at BPP College, London. Alexis is a Cypriot national and is fluent in Greek and English.
Alexis frequently carries out pro bono work. He is, among other things, the legal adviser of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and SAGAPO foundation. He is also involved with and advises other charitable institutions and foundations.
Alexis is regularly recommended by leading legal directories such as Chambers, The Legal 500, WWL and IFLR. In 2018, Chambers HNW placed him in its top tier for Cyprus.