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Turkey Lowers The Maximum Period For Consumer Loans, Plus Credit Card Instalment Schemes
The aim of these amendments is to promote conscious consumption.
Turkey
21 Sep 2018
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Turkey Updates Rules For Title Deed Transactions
Turkey has revised rules for executing mortgage deeds, meaning that credit institutions and agricultural credit cooperatives can now conclude mortgage contracts ...
Turkey
4 Apr 2018
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Turkey Raises Threshold for Banks to Provide Loans Without Statements of Account
From 1 January 2017, banks in Turkey are not required to obtain statements of accounts for loans up to one million Turkish Lira.
Turkey
14 Feb 2017
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Turkey Clarifies Stamp Tax And Fee Exemptions For Notifications And Debt Repayment Schemes Involving Cheques
Turkey's Union of Notaries has announced details of stamp tax and fee exemptions for warning notifications and certain agreements, involving cheques, regarding repayment of overdue loan debts.
Turkey
8 Dec 2016
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Turkey Extends Credit Card Instalment Periods And Maximum Length Of Certain Consumer Loans
The maximum maturity period for consumer loans has also increased from 36 months to 48 months.
Turkey
3 Nov 2016
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Turkey's Banking Regulator Amends Loan Classifications and Provision Requirements, Plus Method for Calculating Bank Equity
Turkey's Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency has made a series of regulatory amendments to loan classifications, provisions to be reserved for loans, as well as methods for calculating bank equity.
Turkey
9 Jul 2016
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Turkey's Central Bank Amends Amounts Which Drawee Banks Must Pay For Bounced Cheques
Turkey's Central Bank has amended the amount which banks must pay for each cheque leaf where cheques fully or partially bounce.
Turkey
11 Feb 2016
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Default Interest Rate Updated In Turkey For Late Payments To Creditors Regarding Commercial Goods And Services
Turkey's Central Bank has updated the default interest ratio to 11.5% for late payments made to creditors in the context of commercial transactions for goods and services.
Turkey
21 Jan 2016
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