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Charalambos Savvides


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Dr. Charis Savvides is an experienced corporate lawyer and law lecturer at the Department of Digital Innovation, School of Business of the University of Nicosia. He obtained his law degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2005 and continued his postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom, with emphasis on International and European Business Law, obtaining his LL.M in International Commercial Law from the University of Nottingham and his PhD in Law from the University of Sheffield. His doctoral thesis was on competition law and more specifically on the EU regulatory framework on state aids to firms in difficulty.

He is a Partner in one of the largest, full service, law firms in Cyprus, with significant experience in the broader area of financial and investment regulatory compliance and fund administration. He is the Head of the “Investment Funds” and “Innovation & Blockchain” departments.

Dr Savvides is a regular speaker and instructor at professional seminars, webinars and conferences, where he shares his knowledge and experience about the regulatory status and trends in the fields of Investment Funds and the broader area of regulation and technology, including Blockchain and digital currencies. He also serves as member of the Committee on Technology of the Cyprus Bar Association.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Sheffield, School of Law

… → 2014

Master, International Commercial Law , University of Nottingham, School of Law

… → 2006

Bachelor, National & Capodistrian University of Athens, School of Law

… → 2005

External positions


May 2019 → …

Non-executive Board Member, THELXIS FUND (CY Alternative Investment Fund)

Jul 2017 → …

Advocate & founder of the Law Firm, CH. P. SAVVIDES & ASSOCIATES LLC

Dec 2011May 2019


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