Eleni Tzioni is a Cyprus immigration attorney. She is the founder and managing partner of E. Tzioni & Associates LLC, a Nicosia, Cyrus-based law firm specializing in the Cyprus investment immigration program.
The firm also has expertise in a wide spectrum of legal sectors, including litigation, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance transactions, licensing, compliance, real estate property and construction.
Tzioni has extensive knowledge in corporate and commercial law, with a special interest in corporate litigation. She is experienced in handling disputes in tort, medical and competition law for domestic and international clients. At E. Tzioni & Associates LLC, her primary practice encompasses preparing and reviewing due-diligence reports, agreements and other legal documents for the Cypriot investment immigration program, as well as providing legal support throughout the whole process of obtaining of Cypriot citizenship and permanent residency.
Tzioni started her legal career as a trainee advocate at the Law Office of Koushos & Korfiotis. She then joined Stelios Americanos & Co LLC. At Stelios Americanos, she handled corporate and commercial litigation, debt collection, tort, private criminal and family-related legal cases.
Before establishing her own law firm, Tzioni also worked as an associate at Tassos Papadopoulos & Associates LLC, where she focused her practice in banking and finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, debt and corporate restructuring, as well as the establishment and licensing of alternative funds.
Tzioni has been admitted to practice law by the Cyprus Bar Association since 2010. She is a member of the Cyprus Investment Programme Registry and holds an advanced certificate of Financial Service Regulator Framework issued by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission. Tzioni is also an active speaker on corporate legal issues at various seminars.
Tzioni received her bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Southampton in the U.K., and her master’s degree in commercial and corporate law from Queen Mary University of London.
She speaks Greek, English and French.