UniCredit plans to open 300 new branches in Turkey in five years.

By bne IntelliNews December 3, 2010
CEO of UniCredit, Federico Ghizzoni, says that the bank plans to open a total of 900 new branches mainly in the central and eastern markets in five years, of these new branches 300 are planned to be opened in Turkey. UniCredit holds a 50% stake in local lender Yapi Kredi which currently has more than 860 branches nationwide.

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