Bankpozitif Kredi ve Kalkinma Bankasi A.S. (former C Kredi ve Kalkınma Bankası A.Ş.) provides corporate and retail banking services in Turkey. The Bank offers various deposit products, including demand, time, and money market deposits, retail lending products comprising mortgages, home equity, vehicle, and consumer loans, insurance and investments products. Bankpozitif also provides project and investment finance, domestic and foreign trade finance, receivable, inventory and acquisition finance, financial leasing, non-cash credits (Letter of Guarantees, Letter of Credits, etc).
Bankpozitif is a part of Tarshish Hapoalim Holdings and Investments Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank Hapoalim B.M., one of the leading banks of Israel.
Rüzgarlıbahçe Mahallesi Kayın Sok.Yesa Blokları No :3 Kavacık / Beykoz 34805 İstanbul
90 212 444 43 65
ID: 1731. Updated: 30.11.2012
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