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Analayzing the Impact of Restructuring on the State-Qwned Banks Turkish Banking Case
Mustafa BILGIN, Gazi Sarisakaloglu

Last modified: 2016-10-07

Abstract


In the 1920s, the prevailing opinion in the Turkish economy as well as all over the world the capital should lead through the private sector and the private sector should be more effective than it was. However, the lack of economic infrastructure in Turkey, being unable to complete the development of the banking and financial system have been prevented the private sector to reach the required efficiency in the economy. For this reason, state-owned enterprises and state banks have been established to perform the necessary investments to areas where the private sector was insufficient.

 

In Turkey, the basic purpose of establishment of state banks in the sector should be financed to the state-supported economy and to steer the economy through these banks.

 

In Turkey, the state owned banks operated by depending on organizational goals and contributed to the economy in the period they established. Step by step their financial situation damaged and became corrupted institutions. That is why some of the state-owned banks have been liquidated, transferred or included in TMSF or they were taken into context in order to restructure their privatization.

 

These banks were included in the restructuring programs aimed that ready for sale and profitable and efficient operations whether they exposed or not to be privatize.

 

In this study it’s examined with the determined criteria’s that the state owned banks on access to activities foreseen under the restructuring studies of public banks.


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