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TAV Airports named Best Turkish Company in Investor Relations

Posted 9 June 2016 · Add Comment

TAV Airports has been names as the 'Best Turkish Company in Investor Relations' in the 43rd Extel Survey.

TAV Airports CEO, Sani Sener, was also voted the Best Turkish CEO in Investor Relations.
 
“During these difficult times for both the industry and the country, we have informed our investors regularly about new developments. Turkey is still in the spotlight of international investors and our main target is to contribute to the Turkish economy by attracting the interest of foreign investors and leading them to invest more in Turkey,” said Sener.
 
Over 20 thousand finance professionals took part in the survey.  
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