Osman Galatali - Akbank Turk Vice General Manager - Private Banking

AKBTY
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USD 1.80  0.05  2.86%   

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Mr. Osman Saltik Galatali is Vice General Manager of Private Banking at Akbank TAS. He joined Akbank in November 2009 as Senior Vice President in charge of Private Banking Investment and Strategy and was appointed as Vice General Manager in July 2011. He began his career at the Istanbul Stock Exchange and before joining Akbank he worked as Head of Sales and Marketing at TEB Asset Management Chief Investment Officer at Varlik Investment Trust and as fixed income fund manager at TEB Investments. He is a graduate of Istanbul University Department of Economics and has an MBA degree in Investment Management and Banking from Adelphi University in the US.
  Executive Since 2011  MBA    
90 212 385 55 55  https://www.akbank.com

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Akbank T.A.S., together with its subsidiaries, provides various banking products and services in Turkey and internationally. Akbank T.A.S. was founded in 1948 and is headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey. Akbank Turk operates under BanksRegional classification in the United States and is traded on OTC Exchange. It employs 12606 people. Akbank Turk Ano [AKBTY] is traded as part of a regulated electronic over-the-counter service offered by the NASD.

Akbank Turk Ano Leadership Team

Elected by the shareholders, the Akbank Turk's board of directors comprises two types of representatives: Akbank Turk inside directors who are chosen from within the company, and outside directors, selected externally and held independent of Akbank. The board's role is to monitor Akbank Turk's management team and ensure that shareholders' interests are well served. Akbank Turk's inside directors are responsible for reviewing and approving budgets prepared by upper management to implement core corporate initiatives and projects. On the other hand, Akbank Turk's outside directors are responsible for providing unbiased perspectives on the board's policies.
Alp Keler, Executive Vice President - Private Banking and Wealth Management
Emre Derman, Board Member
Erol Sabanci, Honorary Chairman, Managing Director and Consultant to the Board
Ismail Gunter, Independent Director
Ali Karaali, Executive Vice President - Treasury
Sabri Binbasgil, CEO and President General Manager, Director, Member of International Advisory Board, Chairman of Assets and Liabilities Committee, Member of Executive Management Committee, Member of Credit Committee and Member of Executive Risk Committee
Ege Gultekin, Vice General Manager - Business Unit
Kaan Terzioglu, Member of the Board
Turker Tunali, CFO, Executive Vice President
Bulent Oguz, Executive Vice President - SME Banking
Eyup Engin, Head of Internal Audit
Hasan Anbarci, Executive Vice President - Credit Allocation
Burcu Yuce, Vice General Manager - Human Resources and Strategy
James Cowles, Member of the Board
Mert Erdogmus, General Manager of Ak Investment
Aydin Gunter, Member of the Board
Aziz Demiray, Member of the Board
Osman Galatali, Vice General Manager - Private Banking
Senol Altundas, General Manager of Aklease
Yaman Toruner, Independent Non-Executive Member of the Board
Mehmet Tugal, Executive Vice President – Commercial Banking
Emin Ulutas, Executive Vice President - Direct Banking
Ahmet Ayla, Vice General Manager - Credits
Hayri Culhaci, Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Turgut Guney, Vice General Manager - Information Technologies
Orkun Oguz, Vice General Manager - Direct Banking
Hulya Kefeli, Vice General Manager - International Banking
Kerim Rota, Vice General Manager - Treasury
Cem Mengi, Member of the Board
Cenk Gur, Vice General Manager - Commercial and SME Banking
Ozlen Sanibelli, Executive Vice President - Operation
Can Paker, Board Member
Mehmet Ersari, General Manager of Ak Asset Management
Arif Isfendiyaroglu, Executive Vice President - Consumer and Private Banking
Levent Celebioglu, Executive Vice President - Corporate and Investment Banking
Ozcan, Chairman of the Managing Board and General Manager of Akbank AG
Osman Sindel, Vice General Manager - Payment Systems
Suzan Dincer, Chairman of the Board, Executive Member of the Board
Alper Yuksel, Vice General Manager - Corporate Banking
Ilker Altintas, Executive Vice President - Technology and Operations
Kemal Ozus, Vice General Manager - Financial Coordination

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