Turkish bank Yapi Kredi to issue up to 5.6 billion lira of bonds
ISTANBUL, Sept 18
ISTANBUL, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Yapi Kredi, a Turkish lender part-owned by Italy's UniCredit, said on Wednesday it would issue bonds worth up to 5.6 billion lira ($2.8 billion) with maximum maturities of five years.
In a filing with the stock exchange, Yapi Kredi, whose Turkish stakeholder is Koc Holding, did not say when it would issue the debt.
($1 = 2.0018 Turkish liras) (Reporting by Ayla Jean Yackley, editing by Dasha Afanasieva)
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