Turkey's Akbank mandates for lira bonds of up to 10 billion lira
ISTANBUL, June 24
ISTANBUL, June 24 (Reuters) - Turkish lender Akbank said on Tuesday it has mandated work on issuing bonds of worth a total of up to 10 billion lira ($4.68 billion).
The bank said in a statement to the Istanbul stock exchange that the maturities would be maximum 5 years.
($1 = 2.1373 Turkish Liras) (Reporting by Ece Toksabay; Editing by Ayla Jean Yackley)
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