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Aph·ro·di·te

 (ăf′rə-dī′tē)
n. Greek Mythology
The goddess of love and beauty. Also called Cytherea.

[Greek Aphrodītē, of Phoenician origin; see ʕṯtr in Semitic roots.]

Aphrodite

(ˌæfrəˈdaɪtɪ)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the goddess of love and beauty, daughter of Zeus. Roman counterpart: Venus Also called: Cytherea

Aph•ro•di•te

(ˌæf rəˈdaɪ ti)

n.
the ancient Greek goddess of love and beauty, identified by the Romans with Venus.
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Aphrodite

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The allegation forms the basis of the case brought against former chairmen Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides, as well as the bank itself.
BOCY's former chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides were formally charged after the court rejected their pre-trial objections, except one.
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The allegation forms the basis of the case brought against former BoC board chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides, as well as the bank itself.
THE probe by the Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) against former Bank of Cyprus officials Andreas Eliades and Theodoros Aristodemou kick-started by allegations made by Yiannis Kypris, also a former BoC official, to the commission's chairwoman Demetra Kalogirou, prosecution witness Alkis Pierides told the court on Thursday.
The Bank of Cyprus, former board chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides are facing charges of conspiracy to defraud investors and market manipulation by failing to disclose the true picture of the lender's capital needs in 2012.
Five of the officials -- former board chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former first deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides -- as well as the bank are currently on the stand, accused of misleading investors and abusing the market in terms of the bank's exposure to Greek sovereign risk.
Former board chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides are facing charges of conspiring to manipulate the stock market and defraud investors in connection with "failing to inform the public that the [Bank of Cyprus'] capital needs had increased significantly from the e1/4200 million reported on May 10, 2012".
Former board chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides are facing chargesofconspiring to manipulate the stock market and defraud investors in connection with "failing to inform the public that the [BankofCyprus'] capital needs had increased significantly from the e1/4200 million reported on May 10, 2012".
Former board chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides face charges of conspiring to manipulate the stock market and defraud investors in connection with "failing to inform the public that the [Bank of Cyprus'] capital needs had increased significantly from the e1/4200 million reported on May 10, 2012".
In addition to the lender, also accused are former board chairmen Theodoros Aristodemou and Andreas Artemis, former CEOs Andreas Eliades and Yiannis Kypris, and former deputy CEO Yiannis Pehlivanides.