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Turkish Economy Bank (TEB)

Turkish Economy Bank (TEB) logoTurkish Economy Bank (Türk Ekonomi Bankası or TEB bank) is one of the leading private sector commercial banks in Turkey. The Bank operates in six business segments: corporate, commercial, retail and private banking, treasury and capital markets brokerage. TEB is the leader of a financial services group that operates in the fields of banking, leasing, investment and asset management in Turkey and abroad. TEB bank is a part of BNP Paribas (France). Total assets: TRY 63 billion (as of December 31, 2014).

In addition to its expertise and strong reputation in international financial markets, TEB maintains its competitive edge with BNP's international banking network and its own Turkey Desks within this network. TEB bank has two subsidiaries outside Turkey - TEB NV (The Economy Bank) in the Netherlands and TEB Sh.A. in Kosovo.
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Headquarter Istanbul, Turkey
Key People Yavuz Canevi (Chairman), Varol Civil (CEO)
Company Type Public (ISE: TEB)
Head Office Meclis-i Mebusan Cad. No: 57 Fındıklı 34427 İstanbul
Phone +90 212 251 21 21
Fax +90 216 636 36 36
Official Site www.teb.com.tr Website
SWIFT Code TEBUTRIS
Founded 1927
ID: 1189. Updated: 21.06.2015

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