Company description

Akbank T.A.S. attracts deposits and offers retail and corporate banking services. The Group offers consumer credits, credit cards, wealth management, health and life insurance, pension plans, risk management, project financing, foreign trade and cash management services through its branches in Turkey and overseas.Akbank conducts overseas operations through its subsidiaries in Germany (Akbank AG), the Netherlands (Akbank NV) and Dubai (Akbank Dubai Limited) as well as a branch in Malta. As part of the initiative to restructure its overseas subsidiaries.

Company details

Sabanci Center Levent Istanbul, 34330 Turkey

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Company updates

  • March 21, 2018

    US$2.8 billion financing for bridge-highway project in Turkey

    Çanakkale Otoyol, the owner of the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge and Highway project, has announced that it has secured EUR2.3 billion (US$2.83 billion) financing from a consortia of 2...

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  • January 14, 2016

    Financial close reached for Etlik Integrated Healthcare Campus in Turkey

    Commercial closure was achieved in June 2015, while financial closure progress slower due to the unstable political climate in Turkey following general election.

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  • June 26, 2015

    Commercial close for Ankara Etlik hospital PPP project

    The consortium formed by Astaldi S.p.A. and Turkerler Construction has achieved commercial close for the Turkish Ankara Etlik Health Campus PPP project.

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  • June 10, 2015

    Turkish road PPP project gets $5 billion financing

    The total project investment is estimated at US$6.4 billion. This new funding will be used to complete the final portion of the 301 km route linking Bursa to Izmir and to refinance the two other secti...

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  • June 03, 2015

    SOCAR closes project finance loan for Petlim container terminal

    SOCAR has received US$212 million project finance loan with a 13 year-maturity and a 3 year-grace period from Akbank, to finance the development of the Petlim container terminal in Turkey.

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