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Bank of Cyprus Public : Investor Presentation of the Group Financial Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021

09/01/2021 | 02:12am EDT

Bank of Cyprus Group

Group Financial Results

For the six months ended 30 June 2021

Group Financial Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021

DISCLAIMER

The financial information included in this presentation is neither reviewed nor audited by the Group's external auditors. The Interim Condensed Consolidated Financial Statements for the six months ended 30 June 2021 have not been audited by the Group's external auditors.

The Group's external auditors have conducted a review of the Interim Condensed Consolidated Financial Statements in accordance with the International Standard on Review Engagements 2410 "Review of Interim Financial Information performed by the Independent Auditor of the Entity" (UK & Ireland).

This financial information is presented in Euro (€) and all amounts are rounded as indicated. A comma is used to separate thousands and a dot is used to separate decimals.

Important Notice Regarding Additional Information Contained in the Investor Presentation

The presentation for the Group Financial Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 (the "Presentation"), available

on https://www.bankofcyprus.com/en-GB/investor-relations-new/reports-presentations/financial-results/, includes additional financial information not presented within the Group Financial Results Press Release (the "Press Release"), primarily relating to (i) NPE analysis (movements by segments and customer type), (ii) rescheduled loans analysis, (iii)

details of historic restructuring activity including REMU activity, (iv) analysis of new lending, (v) Income statement by business line, (vi) NIM and interest income analysis and (vii) Loan portfolio analysis in accordance with the three-stages model for impairment of IFRS 9. Moreover, the Investor Presentation includes additional financial information not presented in the Results Announcement of current and expected medium term levels for (i) NPE coverage and (ii) ESG performance metrics. Except in relation to any non-IFRSmeasure, the financial information contained in the Investor Presentation has been prepared in accordance with the Group's significant accounting policies as described in the Group's Annual Financial Report 2020. The Investor Presentation should be read in conjunction with the information contained in the Press Release and neither the financial information in the Press Release nor in the Investor Presentation constitutes statutory financial statements prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards.

Forward Looking Statements

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Group Financial Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021

Highlights

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Group Financial Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021

1H2021 - Highlights

Strong Recovery

Underway

Positive Operating

Performance

Operating Efficiency

Good Capital

Strong Liquidity

Balance Sheet Repair

Continuing

€894 mn

New lending

€57 mn

Operating Profit

58%

Cost/Income2

14.2%

CET1 ratio3

6.4%

Net NPE ratio

12.9% GDP growth in 2Q2021

Continuing to support this recovery; new lending of €894 mn in 1H2021, up 30% yoy

Tourism demonstrating signs of recovery; July 2021 arrivals +358% yoy or 54% of July 2019 levels

78% of adult population in Cyprus vaccinated with first dose1 and 74% have completed their

vaccination regime

Total income of €152 mn for 2Q2021, up 11% qoq

Cost of risk of 52 bps for 2Q2021, improved by 14 bps qoq

Profit after tax and before non-recurring items of €34 mn for 2Q2021 and €51 mn for 1H2021

After recognising exceptional costs, loss after tax of €7 mn for 2Q2021 and profit after tax of

€1 mn for 1H2021

Total operating expenses2 of €89 mn for 2Q2021, up 7% qoq reflecting seasonality in prior quarter

Cost to income ratio2 at 58% for 2Q2021, down 2 p.p. qoq

CET1 ratio of 14.2%3 and Total Capital ratio of 19.2%3

MREL interim requirement as of 1 Jan 2022 already achieved through the successful refinancing

of Tier 2 and the inaugural issuance of Senior Preferred notes in 2Q2021

Deposits at €16.8 bn, up 3% qoq; Significant surplus liquidity of €5.7 bn (LCR at 303%)

€1.3 bn NPE sale (Helix 2 Portfolios A and B) completed in 2Q2021

NPEs at €1.6 bn (€0.6 bn net)

Gross NPE ratio reduced to 14.6% (6.4% net); organic NPE reduction of €171 mn in 1H2021

Coverage improved to 60% over the quarter

96% of performing loans4 under expired payment deferrals with an instalment due by 12 Aug

2021, presented no arrears

  1. Data as at 28 August 2021 (Source: Ministry of Health)
  2. Excluding special levy on deposits and other levies/contributions.

3)

Allowing for IFRS 9 and temporary treatment for certain FVOCI instruments transitional arrangements

4)

As at 30 June 2021

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Group Financial Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021

Strong recovery of Cypriot economy with GDP growing 12.9% in 2Q2021, on the back of improved business activity

  • Open, small and flexible economy which has demonstrated historically that it can quickly recover from economic crises
  • Strong rebound in consumption and business activity in the first 5 months of the year, pointing to a strong recovery in 2021:
    • Building permits up 35% yoy and above the same period in 2019
    • Industrial production up 10% yoy; down 4% over the same period in 2019
    • Retail sales excluding vehicles up 8% yoy and up 4% over the same period in 2019
  • Outlook for Cypriot economy continues to improve; the Ministry of Finance currently expects growth of c.5.5% in 2021, significantly higher than initially anticipated (c.3.6% in April 2021)
  • The implementation of Cyprus' Recovery and Resilience Plan (€1.2 bn) is expected to support domestic activity and employment through higher investment and to enhance growth potential via reforms (see slides 40-41)

Strong economic rebound in 2Q2021

GDP yoy change

13.6%

15.00%

12.00%

9.00%

-4.6%

-4.4%

12.9%

3.00%

6.00%

0.00%

-2.1%

-3.00%

-12.5%

-6.00%

-4.2%

-4.9%

-1.8%

-12.00%

-9.00%

-18.00%

-14.6%

-15.00%

2Q2020

3Q2020

4Q2020

1Q2021

2Q2021

Cyprus 1

Euro Area 1

Gradual recovery of tourist arrivals

(in '000)

• Cyprus vaccination rollout amongst the most successful in EU; 78% of adult

population in Cyprus vaccinated with first dose2 and 74% have completed their

vaccination regime

510

551

297

Jul 2021 54% of Jul

2019 levels

Aug and Sept 2021

expected to show

Tourism is showing signs of recovery; July 2021 tourist arrivals +358% yoy or

54% of July 2019 levels; Tourism season anticipated to be extended to later in

the year

Loan government guarantee scheme of c.€1.0 bn (guarantee of 70%) to

support short-term cash flow approved by the European Commission in Aug

2021; pending approval of the amended legislation by the Parliament

184

65

9

JunJul

2019 2020 2021

  1. Source: Cyprus Statistical Service, Eurostat
  2. Data as at 28 August 2021 (Source: Ministry of Health)

similar trends

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