ING Leasing, launched in 2010 by ING Turkey, is the 10th largest leasing company in Turkey.
In line with local peers, ING Turkey, the 13th largest bank in Turkey, with Turkish lira (TRY) 145bn ($5bn) of assets at end-September, has a B-/Stable (one notch below Turkey’s sovereign rating and six notches below investment grade) from Fitch Ratings.
The EBRD is the largest single-entity creditor and institutional investor in Turkey. Since 2009, it has invested €19bn in the country. Its outstanding Turkey portfolio valued at €7bn is the largest country portfolio the EBRD has in terms of the 38 economies in which the bank invests.
In 2022, the development bank invested a total of €1.6bn in Turkey. As a result, Turkey was the lender's top investment destination for the third year running.
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