What we do

The Special Service of Emergency Rights Management – EYED is established and operates according to the N. 262844/18408/13772/689/04.06.2018 (Gov. Gazette B’2085/07.06.2018) Ministerial Decision and has undertaken the representation of the intellectual rights of the majority of AEPI’s S.A. members, the license of which has been revoked by means of N. 224747/4952/15.05.2018 (Gov. Gazette 1767/17.5.2018) Ministerial Decision.

EYED functions as a non-for-profit collective management organization with a duration of up to two years.

 

EYED’s mission
  • to immediately create and secure conditions of a regular licensing and collection of royalties in order to proceed to distributions to rightsholders within a reasonable time-framework,
  • to create a new Collective Management Organization through a healthy environment of collective rights management that meets the international standards and requirements of modern collective management.

 

Governance

The Special Service of Emergency Rights Managements – EYED operates an autonomous service within the Hellenic Copyright Office, a Legal Entity under Private Law, supervised by the Ministry of Culture and Sports.

General Manager of the Special Service of Emergency Rights Managements is Mrs. Maria Vlachou.

EYED is supervised by its Supervisory Board and the Minister of Culture and Sports.

 

Management Fees Deductions

Click here  to see the list of deductions that EYED applies on the revenues deriving from royalties and the revenues deriving from the investment of such revenues, as voted by the General Assembly of EYED members on 23-10-2018.

 

 

Transparency Report

EYED shall post the annual transparency report, as provided by Article 29, eight months after the end of the first year of its operation.