Cyprus Banking Lawsuit

NEWS UPDATE: Kyros Law & Grant Eisenhofer File Claims Against Republic of Cyprus

Kyros Law announces that it has partnered with Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. to investigate claims on behalf of Greek depositors in the Cyprus Popular Bank (also known as Laiki Bank) or the Bank of Cyprus.

Greek investors (or any other non-Cypriot investors) that have deposited $100,000 or more in the Cyprus Popular Bank (Laiki Bank) or the Bank of Cyprus, are urged to call our law firm at 1-800-934-2921 or visit our Cyprus Banking Lawsuit website to protect their rights.

The European Union and International Monetary Fund have announced that they are bailing out Cyprus, but the terms of this bailout force Cyprus to close Cyprus Popular Bank and to levy all its uninsured deposits. As the second largest bank in Cyprus, this will affect many people living in and out of Cyprus. Non-Cypriot investors are especially affected because the terms of the bailout deal gives preference to the investments of residents of Cyprus at the expense of foreign investors.

Kyros Law believes that the financial consequences to depositors in Cyprus banks may be devastating, and is seeking to help Greek investors (or any other non-Cypriot investors) recoup their funds. As a result of Bilateral Investment Treaties with various countries, foreign investors may sue Cyprus for discrimination against them, and may be able to collect compensation for their investments in Cyprus.

Greek investors (or any other non-Cypriot investors) that have deposited $100,000 or more in the Cyprus Popular Bank (Laiki Bank) or the Bank of Cyprus, that wish to discuss this case are urged to call our law firm at 1-800-934-2921 or to visit our website for a free no obligation consultation.

Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. (“G&E”) is a national litigation boutique that concentrates on securities, corporate governance, false claims, antitrust, bankruptcy, and consumer litigation as well as other complex class actions. G&E has recovered billions of dollars for their clients over the course of 15 years of practise.

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