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London - Bank of Cyprus said its listing on the London Stock Exchange Thursday shows it has successfully recovered from 2013's financial crisis, weeks after repaying a €11.4bn bailout.

The listing of Cyprus' largest lender is expected to provide the bank with a wider range of investors and improve its liquidity.

Josef Ackerman, head of Bank of Cyprus Holdings, said in a statement that Thursday's move was "another significant step" in the bank's transformation from deeply troubled institution to solvent lender.

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