Emily Yiolitis studied Jurisprudence at Trinity College, University of Oxford, BA and MA. She obtained her postgraduate LLM "Legal Studies in Comparative European Law” from the European University Institute in Florence. She was a stagiaire at the European Commission and a Robert Schuman scholar in the Legal Service of the European Parliament in Luxembourg.
In Cyprus, Emily founded Aristodemou Loizides Yiolitis LLC which merged with Harneys LLC in 2010 where she continued as partner and global head of tax and regulatory till her appointment to the position of Minister of Justice and Public Order of the Republic of Cyprus in June 2020. She served as Minister for one year, until her resignation in June 2021. Today, she heads Anemi Trustees Limited as CEO. Her main areas of practice are trust, regulatory, competition, tax, corporate and commercial law.
Emily Yiolitis has repeatedly been included in the Citywealth IFC Power Women Top 100 list which “recognizes women with achievements that shape public opinion, contribute to the promotion of business excellence in their jurisdiction and consolidate the reputation of the financial services sector”. Emily is a Member of the Cyprus Bar Association since 1998 and founding member of the Cyprus branch of the "Association Internationale pour la Promotion des Femmes d’ Europe (AIPFE)” for the promotion of women’s rights. She is a founding member of STEP Cyprus and has also served as both Chairwoman and Secretary of the Cyprus branch. Emily is on the board of the Red Cross of Cyprus. She speaks Greek, English, French and Italian and Spanish.
George is a Director at Anemi Trustees Limited. He is also the vice-chairman of Totalserve Management Limited, an award-winning international corporate services provider which is headquartered in Cyprus.
George obtained his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Westminster. Further to his studies, George has gained extensive experience in accounting, auditing and tax matters with a leading Cyprus accountancy firm.
His area of focus is tax, real-estate, immigration and technology with IP & GDPR and he is also involved in the firm’s business development, marketing and operational activities. George is a member of the Cyprus Bar Association, a member of the Individual Tax and Private Client Committee of the International Bar Association, an avid member of the ITPA and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
He frequently works with HNWIs and international law firms and associates providing advice in restructurings, investments, acquisitions and disposals of either assets, intangible assets or real estate. He also represents and generally advises international companies and group of companies that have relocated and headquartered to Cyprus such as ship-owning, ship-management, e-commerce, investment, financial services and real-estate companies.
George has also been recognized by the Legal500, a leading legal directory and over the years, has co-authored various publications on consecutive occasions as regards to M&A, tax, lending & finance and technology/digital business.
Pinelopi graduated in 2008 from Lancaster University where she obtained her L.L.B. Thereafter, she continued her education and obtained her postgraduate LLM in European Trade and Commercial Law (with Distinction) from Durham University. Pinelopi was admitted to the Cyprus Bar Association in 2010 while being trained at a prestigious law firm in Cyprus.
Prior to joining Anemi Trustees Limited, Pinelopi worked as a Senior Legal Advisor at an international company in Cyprus where she gained strong experience in drafting and reviewing contracts, dealing with closings and contract negotiations, and handling commercial law and intellectual property law matters. Pinelopi also gained international expertise dealing with multiple legal issues in various jurisdictions worldwide.
Pinelopi in her previous employment has worked as a Senior Lawyer at a well-known corporate service provider in Limassol where she specialized in trusts. She was also an instructor at a college in Cyprus teaching Cyprus commercial law to students for five years.
Pinelopi’s main areas of practice are the establishment and administration of trusts, corporate and commercial law.
Konstantina holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Leicester and a LPC combined with a Master in Business from the University of Law in Manchester. She was admitted in the Cyprus Bar Association in 2018.
Prior to joining Anemi Trustees, Konstantina worked as an advocate in a boutique law firm and as a legal advisor in a well-known service provider in the corporate and financial industry.
Whilst she also gained experience on litigation matters, Konstantina was handling commercial law matters, drafting of agreements and regulatory matters in various jurisdictions.
In her current position, Konstantina will be acting as Compliance Officer, dealing with regulatory and compliance issues within the Company.
Joanne works as a Senior Corporate Administrator for Anemi Trustees Limited. She deals with the registration and incorporation of companies and is responsible for the ongoing administration of a portfolio of clients which includes trusts, limited liability companies and partnerships and supervises administrative staff whilst assisting and supporting the legal team in the preparation and editing of legal documentation. She also maintains corporate records and attends to statutory filings and liaises with several authorities in the Republic of Cyprus.
Before joining Anemi Trustees Limited, Joanne was a Senior Corporate Administrator with a corporate service provider where she gained strong experience in the corporate administration sector in both Cyprus and BVI companies.
Prior to entering the corporate sector, Joanne worked for a number of years in a shipping company where she gained extensive experience in ship registration, crew certification and ship closings in various jurisdictions.
Marilena completed her university degree in Agriculture at ATI Thessaloniki. She currently works as a Corporate and Compliance Administrator at Anemi Trustees Limited. Her role is to assist and support both the corporate and compliance departments by preparing legal documentation, and to attend to corporate filings and maintain updated records from a corporate and compliance perspective. She is also responsible for organising and storing information in paper and digital form.