The bank said it received applications for 567,188 shares at €0.24 per share, totalling €136,125.
The retail offer was the final step to be taken under a scheme, which started in mid-2014 when the bank raised €1 billion from U.S. and European investors in equity capital at a rate of €0.24 a share to increase its capital buffers before EU-wide banking stress tests.
Shares in Bank of Cyprus resumed trading on the Cyprus and Athens Stock Exchanges at €0.24 a share last month, some 21 months after trading was suspended and the bank was forced to bail in depositors by converting their deposits into equity as part of a rescue deal.
The shares were trading down 0.5% at €0.213 on Tuesday morning.
Source: Cyprus Mail