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Yapi Kredi Says Syndicate Of Banks Is Authorized To Hold Series Of Meetings With Investors In Asia, Europe And US
Yapi Kredi Announces 2021 Guidance
Yapi Kredi- As A Result Of Additional Participation, Amount Of Syndication Loan Provided By Our Bank Amounted To Nearly $855 Mln
Yapi ve Kredi Bankasi AS (the Bank) is a Turkey-based company that provides banking products and services. It operates through the following segments: Retail Banking, which offers card payment systems, consumer loans, commercial installment loans, small medium size enterprises (SME) loans, time and demand deposits, gold banking, investment accounts, life and non-life insurance products as well as payroll services; Corporate and Commercial Banking, which offers working capital finance, trade finance, project finance, domestic and international non-cash loans such as letters of credit and letters of guarantee, cash management and internet banking, as well as Private Banking and Wealth Management, which serves high net worth customers. The Bank’s operations are supported by domestic subsidiaries in asset management, brokerage, leasing and factoring as well as international banking subsidiaries in the Netherlands, Russia, Malta and Azerbaijan.
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Ali Yildirim Koc
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Turkish banks' reliance on short-term foreign currency debt is proving a concern for investors as it risks piling on pressure within the banking system and on the country's falling reserves in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(In official correction, bank clarifies move is aimed at time forex deposit accounts)
Financial fallout from the coronavirus crisis could hasten mergers or retreats by some of Turkey's private and foreign-owned banks, ceding more ground to state-owned lenders, bankers and analysts say.
Italy's UniCredit <CRDI.MI> posted its biggest quarterly loss in three years on Wednesday and cut its profit outlook for 2021 as the coronavirus pandemic threw its strategic overhaul off course.
* Q1 REVENUE EUR 4.37 BILLION VERSUS EUR 4.48 BILLION IN AVERAGE COMPANY-PROVIDED CONSENSUS
UniCredit said it would add half a percentage point to its core capital ratio in the first quarter after it cut its stake in Turkey's Yapi Kredi and got regulatory approval to book its remaining holding.
UniCredit <CRDI.MI> has met its full-year goals and aims to boost investor returns, it said after better than expected quarterly results and as its turnaround nears completion.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1030 GMT on Thursday:
Stocks in emerging markets rose to a more than one-week high on Thursday, as China's announcement to halve additional import tariffs on some U.S. goods supported hopes that an economic hit from the coronavirus outbreak could be dodged.
The following factors could affect Italian markets on Thursday.
Italy's biggest bank UniCredit on Thursday posted a lower-than-expected fourth quarter net loss driven by one-off costs and writedowns of problem loans, while meeting its full-year underlying net profit target.
Italy's biggest bank by assets UniCredit <CRDI.MI> took a further step on Wednesday in a strategy to streamline its structure, announcing the placement of a 12% stake in Turkish bank Yapi Kredi <YKBNK.IS>.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 20:30 GMT on Wednesday:
Italy's UniCredit said on Wednesday it had launched the sale of a 12% stake in Turkish bank Yapi Kredi as it pressed on with a strategy to simplify its structure and improve capital allocation.
Turkey's Treasury Ministry fined Yapi Kredi 187.1 million lira ($31.6 million) for violating an insurance law, the private bank said on Monday, days after Akbank announced it received a similar penalty.
Italy's biggest bank UniCredit <CRDI.MI> promised shareholders a 2 billion euro ($2.2 billion) share buyback in an effort to revive its moribund stock, but warned that its profit would barely grow despite plans to shed 9% of its staff.
Italy's UniCredit <CRDI.MI> said on Saturday it had reached a deal with Turkey's Koc Holding <KCHOL.IS> to cut its stake in Yapi Kredi Bank <YKBNK.IS> to below 32% as part of moves to simplify its shareholding structure and bolster capital.
Turkey's banks and financial institutions bought 85.05% of JCR Eurasia, the local unit of Japan Credit Rating Agency, Turkey's banking association said on Friday, sealing Ankara's longtime goal of relying less on the big three global agencies.
Turkey's banks and financial institutions signed an agreement to buy 85.05% of credit rating agency JCR Eurasia, Turkey's banking association said on Friday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 21:00 GMT on Monday:
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