Home / Tag Archives: Sir Josiah Stamp

Tag Archives: Sir Josiah Stamp

VANISHING CYPRUS: The Mousetrap of Banking

By Andreas C Chrysafis April, 2015 (No 73) © Pick up a stone off the ground, turn it upside down and one soon discovers another thriving virus of corruption lurking under it. To the dismay of citizens, a fine web of dishonesty has deeply infiltrated into the social structure of the island. In the absence of Rule of Law, and ... Read More »


By Andreas C Chrysafis September, 2014 (No60) © The most important thing to remember when dealing with banks it’s a simple rule; banks are a business motivated by profits; banks are not sensitive to social needs; banks do not take risks and bank managers are not your friends. In fact if banks loaned money at their own risk, there would ... Read More »