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AviaAM Leasing bought an HQ building in Cyprus for Euro 4.3 Million

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AviaAM Leasing bought an HQ building in Cyprus for Euro 4.3 Million - Finance publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Cyprus Aircraft: Airplanes

AviaAM Leasing, global aviation holding company engaged in commercial aircraft acquisition, leasing, and sales globally, has obtained a new HQ building in Limassol, Cyprus. While already managing subsidiaries in Ireland, Lithuania, Cyprus, andChina; the company has invested Euro 4.3 million in this new office building.

“The estate, located on the main street of Limassol, will represent our Lithuanian founded company. We are planning to expand our activities in Cyprus. A beneficial taxation system, clear and simple laws, and a well-developedbanking infrastructure drawmany international companies from all over the world. The main goal of our future work is relatedto the Asia region, andCyprus provides us with agreat coordination location for that work.” says Tadas Goberis, CEO andHead of the Board of AviaAM Leasing.

The office building is six stories and it is planned to host approximately 400 employees.  



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