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Akbank TAS (AKBNK.IS)

AKBNK.IS on Istanbul Stock Exchange

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21 Sep 2017
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Tue, Aug 15 2017

BRIEF-Akbank signs $1.15 billion equivalent syndicated loan facility

* SECURES A MULTI-CURRENCY SYNDICATED LOAN FACILITY AT AMOUNT OF USD 1.15 BILLION EQUIVALENT COMPRISED OF USD 543 MILLION AND EUR 515 MLN‍​

Turkey's Akbank Q2 net profit rises 13 percent to 1.5 bln lira

ISTANBUL, July 27 Turkish lender Akbank posted a net profit up around 13 percent year-on-year to 1.5 billion lira ($425 million) in the second quarter, it said late on Wednesday, exceeding an expectation of 1.44 billion lira in a Reuters poll. ($1 = 3.5255 liras) (Reporting by Ebru Tuncay; Editing by Daren Butler)

BRIEF-Akbank signs agreement with EIB to secure EUR 200 mln equivalent in Turkish Lira ‍​

* HAS SIGNED AN AGREEMENT TO SECURE FINANCING OF EUR 200 MILLION EQUIVALENT IN TURKISH LIRA WITH EUROPEAN INVESTMENT BANK (EIB) ‍​

BRIEF-Akbank sells a NPL portfolio of 709 mln lira for 39 mln lira ‍​

* SELLS A NON-PERFORMING LOAN PORTFOLIO OF TL 709 MILLION FOR TL 39 MILLION ‍​ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

BRIEF-Akbank Q1 net profit up at 1.40 billion lira

* Q1 net profit of 1.40 billion lira ($390.77 million) versus 1.0 billion lira year ago

BRIEF-Trading in Akbank resumed after 10 pct sharp rise in stock price

* Istanbul Stock Exchange suspended trading in shares of Akbank after stock price increases suddenly by 10 percent

UPDATE 2-Turkey's Akbank says systems back online after technical disruption

ISTANBUL, March 27 Turkey's Akbank said on Monday its systems were back online following technical problems that sources said prevented transactions for several hours at the country's third-largest listed lender.

Turkey's Akbank signs $1.2 bln equivalent loan

DUBAI, March 27 Turkey's Akbank has signed a $1.2 billion equivalent multi-currency and dual-tranche syndicated loan, it said on Monday.

Turkey's Akbank says systems disrupted due to technical reasons

ISTANBUL, March 27 Turkey's Akbank said on Monday it was experiencing systems disruptions due to technical reasons and was working to resume services as soon as possible.

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