Ahmed Pekin Banking & Finance - Turkey

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Pekin & Pekin
10 Lamartine Caddesi
Taksim, 34437 Istanbul
Turkey

Tel: +90 212 313 3500
Fax: +90 212 313 3535

Email: postmaster@pekin-pekin.com
Web: www.pekin-pekin.com

Ahmed Pekin is the founding senior partner of Pekin & Pekin, established in 1971 in Istanbul and now one of the most prestigious and largest independent corporate firms in Turkey. Renowned as an outstanding attorney, Ahmed Pekin has an unrivalled breadth of knowledge across many practice areas.

He is a highly experienced litigator and advises on complex banking and finance, project finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate law and taxation matters. He has led the majority of large scale transactions in the jurisdiction, notably in the banking sector, and has won numerous accolades and awards in his long career.

The Banking & Finance Practice:

Pekin & Pekin advises on the incorporation of financial institutions and banks. The Firm has incorporated many first-of-a-kind regulated companies, and has been retained to advise on the conversion and acquisition of all of Turkish brokerage companies.

Pekin & Pekin:

Founded in 1971, Pekin & Pekin is a full-service law firm providing integrated legal services to clients involved in transactions within Turkey.

The vision of Pekin & Pekin today is the same vision as in 1971 – to provide clients with legal advice that helps them achieve their long-term objectives in Turkey and globally with the greatest efficiency. This vision is attained by a strategy of steady expansion, allowing the Firm to retain its boutique character and standard of service.

The Firm has pioneered legal structures for Turkish banking transactions, facilitated the introduction of new financial products and organisational structures, advised regulators on new laws and regulators on new laws and regulations across multiple sectors acted in the largest and most high profile finance and M&A deals in the jurisdiction and succeeded in complex arbitration cases.


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