Turkey's Yapi Kredi applies to issue 150 mln lira bills
ISTANBUL Oct 4 (Reuters) - Turkish lender Yapi Kredi applied to the Capital Markets Board (SPK) and Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) to issue bills worth 150 million lira ($83 million) with a maturity of 172 days, it said on Thursday.
The bank said in a statement to the Istanbul Stock Exchange that the issuance was part of its plans, announced in February, to issue a total 2.25 billion lira worth of bonds.
($1 = 1.8052 Turkish liras) (Writing by Ece Toksabay)
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