DenizBank AG

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DenizBank AG was founded in 1996. As a universal bank, it is subject to the Austrian banking law and a member of the Austrian deposit insurance for banks and bankers (Einlagensicherung der Banken & Bankiers).

Currently, DenizBank employs more than 482 employees in Austria and Germany and is member of the rapidly expanding DenizBank Group. The banking organization is close to the customer, being supported by a strong network with its operating branches.

With its customer-oriented high-quality service, its efficient network with 16 branches in Germany and 27 in Austria and modern contact center, DenizBank AG has a leading position in retail deposit business.

In corporate business, DenizBank AG offers its knowledge, know-how and experience to the use of its customers from various sectors and delivers solutions for trade, import and export finance. The segments the bank is focused on are companies in trade relation with the European Union, primarily Germany,Austria and Turkey.

According to the audited results, DenizBank AG was able to increase its total assets at the consolidated level by EUR 278 million to EUR 11.2 billion in 2017 compared to the previous year.

Net profit increased by 11% to EUR 191 million. The result also strengthened the Bank's financial base. Total capital has increased by 15% (EUR 199 million) to around EUR 1.5 billion through a capital growth and the addition of the previous year's profit.

DenizBank A.Ş., the parent company of DenizBank AG, reaches with its network of more than 690 branches and 14.700 employees all segments of the society throughout Turkey.

In addition to DenizBank A.Ş., DenizBank Financial Services Group (“the Group”) consists of six domestic and three international financial subsidiaries, four non-financial domestic subsidiaries, and a branch in Bahrain. DenizYatırım Securities, EkspresInvest Securities, DenizInvestment Trust, DenizPortfolio Management, DenizLeasing, DenizFaktoring, Intertech, DenizKültür, Bantaş and PUPA are the domestic subsidiaries of the Group; while EuroDeniz, DenizBank AG and CJSC DenizBank Moscow are the international subsidiaries.

The primary segments the Group focuses on are retail customers, small and medium-sized enterprises, exporters, public and project finance as well as commercial and corporate clients. The Group also operates in niche markets such as agriculture, energy, tourism, education, healthcare services, infrastructure and maritime. The Group operates in European Union countries through its Vienna-based subsidiary DenizBank AG. JSC DenizBank Moscow provides services to customers engaged in commerce with Russia and serves a variety of their financial requirements.

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