Erdogan replaces top banker at sovereign wealth fund

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan removed Huseyin Aydin, the former CEO of state-run Ziraat Bank, from the executive board of the country’s sovereign wealth fund.

Erdoğan replaced Aydin with Alpaslan Chakar, Ziraat Bank’s current CEO, according to a presidential decree published in the Official Gazette on Thursday.

Aydin has been a prominent member of Turkey’s financial community, spending almost a decade as head of the Banks Association of Turkey (TBB) and Ziraat Bank.

2021.05.27 / 13:32
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