According to the Bank's website, the project provides funding to Akbank TAS to finance women-led small and medium-sized enterprises in Turkey.
Akbank is the 7th largest bank in Turkey by asset size (4th largest amongst private and foreign banks), with total consolidated assets of EUR 53 billion as of December 2020. Akbank is currently rated B2 by Moody's and B+ by Fitch. Sabanci Holding and affiliated institutions and individuals own 48.9% of Akbank and the remaining shares (51.1%) are listed on Borsa Istanbul.
PROJECT CONTACT INFORMATION
Akbank Dis Kaynaklar
+90 212 385 62 38
+90 212 281 81 88
Sabanci Center 4. Levent Istanbul 34330
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