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The Bank of Cyprus Public Company Ltd ("the Bank") was founded in 1899 and is the holding company of the Bank of Cyprus Group ("the Group").  The Bank is the leading financial services organisation in Cyprus, with a dynamic presence in Greece and Russia and operations in the United Kingdom, Australia, Romania and Ukraine.
The Bank is licensed by the Central Bank of Cyprus and is operating under its Regulation and Supervision.
The Group offers a wide range of financial products and services, which include banking services in Cyprus, Greece, United Kingdom, Australia, Romania, Russia, Ukraine and Channel Islands, finance, leasing, factoring, brokerage, fund management, investment banking, general and life insurance services in Cyprus and Greece.
The Bank's market share in total banking system deposits and loans in Cyprus, including credit cooperatives, amounts to 28,8% and 27,9%, respectively.  The Bank operates 146 branches in Cyprus.
The Bank has been operating in Greece since 1991.  The dynamic expansion of the Bank's Greek operations started in 1999.  The Bank operates 163 branches in Greece.  The market share of the Bank in deposits and loans in Greece amounts to around 3,8%. Kyprou Leasing, a subsidiary of the Bank, which operates in Greece held the second largest market share in the Greek leasing sector (18% share).
Bank of Cyprus has been operating in the UK for more than 50 years and during that time it has established itself as a refreshing alternative to the mainstream clearing banks.  The Bank serves a diverse business customer base across the UK from 4 offices in London and the Midlands.
The Group's international activities were further enhanced in 2000 with the operation of a wholly owned subsidiary bank in Australia, which operates ten branches.
In March 2007, the Bank expanded its operations in Romania with the provision of leasing services.  In July 2007, the first banking branch became operational in Bucharest.  Today the Bank operates nine branches.

http://www.bankofcyprus.com/
 
 

 

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