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Akbank

Akbank logoAkbank T.A.S. is one of the largest banks in Turkey in terms of loan volume. Bank offers a wide range of corporate, SME, consumer and private banking services as well as foreign trade financing. The Bank's core business activities include retail banking, commercial banking, corporate banking, private banking, foreign exchange, money markets, securities transactions (treasury transactions) and international banking services.

On January 9, 2007, Citigroup and Akbank have successfully completed the strategic partnership agreement according to which Citigroup acquired a 20% equity stake in Akbank for approximately US$3.1 billion.

Total assets: TRY 387.2 billion (December 31, 2019).
Net profit: TRY 5.4 billion (2019).
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Headquarter Istanbul, Turkey
Key People Suzan Sabancı Dinçer (Chairman), Hakan Binbaşgil (CEO)
Company Type Public (BIST: AKBNK)
Head Office Sabanci Center, 4.Levent, Istanbul 34330
Phone +90 212-385 55 55
Fax +90 212- 269 73 83
Official Site www.akbank.com Website
SWIFT Code AKBKTRIS
Founded 1948
ID: 1282. Updated: 21.10.2020

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