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Albaraka Turk

Albaraka Turk logoAlbaraka Turk Katilim Bankasi AS (Al Baraka Türk Participation Bank or Albaraka Turk) is a Turkey-based financial institution engaged in interest-free financial services.

The Bank provides a range of banking and financial services include Retail banking, which offers personal financing, credit cards, bank cards and other banking services, and Commercial/Corporate banking, which includes credits, cash management, foreign trade, business card and insurance services through its 230 branches.

Albaraka Turk is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Al Baraka Banking Group.
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Headquarter Istanbul, Turkey
Key People Melikşah Utku (General Manager)
Head Office Dr. Adnan Büyükdeniz Cad., No. 6
34768 Ümraniye, Istanbul
Phone +90 216 666 01 01
Fax +90 216 666 16 00
Official Site www.albarakaturk.com.tr Website
SWIFT Code BTFHTRIS
Founded 1985
ID: 1861. Updated: 14.10.2021

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