Euler Hermes Turkey again named “The Best Credit Insurance Company in Turkey” in 2015 by Global Banking & Finance Review

ISTANBUL,  6-4-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Euler Hermes Turkey has again been named “The Best Credit Insurance Company in Turkey” in 2015 by Global Banking & Finance Review, one of the leading independent financial publication companies.

“Euler Hermes continues to support the growth of businesses in Turkey by providing clients with the services and knowledge they need to be able to trade and develop successfully at home and internationally,” said Wanda Rich, editor of Global Banking & Finance Review.

The award recognizes outstanding companies for their innovations, success, strategies, inspiring differences, experiences and expertise in the global economy. Euler Hermes Turkey was again acknowledged for its continuing efforts to deliver high quality products and services.

“Credit insurance use is rapidly growing in Turkey,” said Özlem Özüner, CEO, Euler Hermes Turkey. “Following BDDK’s latest decision, credit insurance policies will be accepted as second-degree guarantees by banks. We believe this will also raise awareness about its advantages.  We will continue to offer guarantees that can be turned into cash quickly for both the guarantee of the customers and the banks, continue to collaborate with multiple sectors and support the sustainable growth of companies in Turkey. Receiving this award two years in a row confirms we are on the right path and encourages us to continue our  innovation and customer focus.”

Having entered the Turkish market in September 2010, Euler Hermes Turkey’s headquarters are located in Istanbul. Euler Hermes Turkey is a member of Euler Hermes Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa (MMEA) region, which has over 600 employees in Italy, Greece, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Israel, Morocco, Portugal, South Africa, Tunisia and Turkey.

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Euler Hermes is the global leader in trade credit insurance and a recognized specialist in the areas of bonding, guarantees and collections. With more than 100 years of experience, the company offers business-to-business (B2B) clients financial services to support cash and trade receivables management. Its proprietary intelligence network tracks and analyzes daily changes in corporate solvency among small, medium and multinational companies active in markets representing 92% of global GDP. Headquartered in Paris, the company is present in over 50 countries with 6,000+ employees. Euler Hermes is a subsidiary of Allianz, listed on Euronext Paris (ELE.PA) and rated AAby Standard & Poor’s and Dagong Europe. The company posted a consolidated turnover of €2.5 billion in 2014 and insured global business transactions for €860 billion in exposure at the end of 2014. Further information:, LinkedIn or Twitter @eulerhermes.

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