We have been greatly encouraged by the action taken by the Hungarian to stand up to the Banks, and we believe that the reforms passed by the Hungarian National Assembly, particularly the new law of refunds, represent a model for the rest of Europe to follow.
The conference is being organised by the Anglo-Hellenic and Cypriot Law Association which has organised 50 seminars on various topics in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, at the Law Society in London and elsewhere.
The conference will be attended by delegates from all across Europe, as well as large numbers of Cypriots who were missold these loans.
The organisers believe that encouraging Governments to follow the example of Hungary will lead to an expeditious and just outcome for the victims of these schemes.
Information for attendees
Tuesday 2nd December to Saturday 6th December 2014
Session times Tuesday and Friday are
- Session 1: 5:00- 6:50 pm
- Session 2: 7:00- 9:00 pm
Session times Wednesday and Thursday are
- Session 1: 6:00- 7:20 pm
- Session 2: 7:30- 9:00 pm
Kapnos run a shuttle bus service to Nicosia: www.kapnosairportshuttle.com
|Tue 2 Dec:||Makarios Foundation in Nicosia (next to Archbishop’s Palace)|
|Wed 3 Dec:||M-2 Amphitheatre, University of Nicosia|
|Thu 4 Dec:||Blue Amphitheatre, University of Nicosia|
|Fri 5 Dec:||St. George Hotel in Paphos|
The Makarios Foundation is in the centre of Nicosia, next to Archbishop’s palace in the walled city.
Archbishop Makarios III Cultural Foundation
Archbishop Kyprianou Square
The University of Nicosia is about 4 miles/6.5 km to the west, in Engomi.
University of Nicosia, 46 Makedonitissis Avenue, 2417 Engomi
(by roundabout at western end of Griva Digeni Avenue)
The Blue Amphitheatre is on level 1 of the Millennium Building
The M-2 Amphitheatre is in the same building.
The St. George Hotel is in Chlorakas, a suburb of Paphos, just off Cholrakas Avenue.
Address: Agiou Georgiou, Chloraka 8063
Paphos is about 90 miles/146 km from Nicosia.
|Introduction||Tues Session 1|
|Cyprus||Prof Achilles Emilianides||Tues Session 1|
|Cyprus||Kostas Katsaros||Tues Session 1|
|Cyprus||Katherine Alexander||Tues Session 1|
|UK||Katherine Alexander||Tues Session 1|
|Hungary||Árpád Kásler||Tues Session 2|
|France||Charles Constantin-Vallet||Tues Session 2|
|Bulgaria||Dessislava Dimitrova||Tues Session 2|
|Bulgaria||Anna Georgieva||Tues Session 2|
|Serbia||Marko Vasić||Wed Session 1|
|Greece||Kostas Katsaros||Wed Session 1|
|Croatia||Tomislav Prpic||Wed Session 1|
|Croatia||Nicole Kwiatkowski||Wed Session 1|
|Ukraine||Rostyslav Kravets||Wed Session 2|
|Bosnia-Herzegovina||Kemal Durakovic||Wed Session 2|
|Bosnia-Herzegovina||Dalibor Mrša||Wed Session 2|
|Bosnia-Herzegovina||Predrag Baroš||Wed Session 2|
|France||Hélène Feron-Poloni||Thurs Session 1|
|Romania||Gheorghe Piperea||Thurs Session 1|
|Montenegro||Vladan Djuranović||Thurs Session 1|
|Montenegro||Dragomir Ćalasan||Thurs Session 1|
|Poland||Mariusz Korpalski||Thurs Session 2|
|Poland||Tomasz Sadkik||Thurs Session 2|
|Poland||Dominik Wieczorek||Thurs Session 2|
|Iceland||Sigrún Davíðsdóttir||Thurs Session 2|
|CHF loans in Europe||all||Friday Session|