Turkey’s lenders agree debt relief for corporates

The Banking Association of Turkey has set out a restructuring framework for the country’s banks to cut corporate borrowers some slack over loan repayments and credit availability, as the government and financial sector takes steps to limit the fallout from Turkey’s political and economic crisis.

  • By Michael Turner
  • 20 Sep 2018

But some of London’s capital markets bankers have lambasted the announcement, saying it does not go far enough and that they wanted to see the creation of a bad bank to take the non-performing loans off of commercial Turkish banks’ balance sheets.

Turkey’s banking industry body, which ...

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