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VakifBank

VakifBank logoVakifBank (Türkiye Vakıflar Bankası T.A.O.) is one of the leading "multi-specialist" banks in Turkey. The modern banking products and services that it offers cover not only corporate, commercial and small-scale enterprise banking, but also the retail and private banking sectors. VakifBank is the seventh largest bank in Turkey in terms of assets (as of March 31, 2013).

Being engaged in investment banking and capital market activities in addition to the basic banking products and services, VakifBank offers the full range of financial products required in this era via state of the art technology including, but not limited to underwriting, financial leasing and factoring services, etc. by means of its financial participations.

VakifBank has two international offices located in New York and Bahrain and it also has participation in Austria named VakifBank International AG which has branches in Vienna, Cologne and Frankfurt.
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Headquarter Istanbul, Turkey
Key People Ramazan Gündüz (Chairman), Halil Aydoğan (General Manager)
Head Office Sanayi Mahallesi Eski Büyükdere
Caddesi Güler Sokak No: 51
Kağıthane İstanbul
Phone +90 212 316 75 00, +90 212 316 71 26
Fax +90 212 398 11 55
Official Site www.vakifbank.com.tr Website
SWIFT Code TVBATR2A
Founded 1954
ID: 1445. Updated: 25.12.2014
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