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Helikon nearly doubles its stake in Bank of Cyprus

Helikon Investments Limited has increased its stake in Bank of Cyprus, from 2.04% to 4.04%. In a statement, Bank of Cyprus said the Italian investment fund, based in London, had increased its voting rights (corresponding to shares) to 4.04% of the share capital. Helikon's previous stake was 2.04%.

Additionally, Bank of Cyprus announced that it will pay a dividend of 25 cents per common share for the 2023 fiscal year, with the ex-dividend date set for 25 April.

According to the latest distribution of its shareholders, published on the Cyprus Stock Exchange on 12 April, the major shareholders of Bank of Cyprus, i.e. those who own more than 5%, are as follows:


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