Marcos Georgiades is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales, a graduate of Queen Mary College of the University of London with a degree in law (LL.B.) and a Bachelor of Civil Law degree (B.C.L.) from Worcester College of Oxford University.
Before practicing in Cyprus he worked with Slaughter and May in London where he was mainly involved with corporate, stock exchange related and banking work.
He has been in practice in Cyprus since 1989. He has been engaged in drafting project financing and security documentation for local and offshore banks as well as in relation to multi currency loan facility agreements, margin account trading and obtaining of security over movable property.
He has been involved with the introduction of companies to the Cyprus Stock exchange and is experienced in conducting private and public takeovers. His skills include the establishment of sophisticated joint venture structures through the use of Cyprus vehicles and the drafting of distributorship agreements and other commercial contracts.
He is conversant with computer software licensing and has advised the licensors of the Cyprus Stock Exchange.
He has also been involved in advising on Cyprus competition law issues.