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Tourism crisis and coup attempt hit unemployment
Government's plans for our sector in 2017
Demir Hayat now owned by EMF New Europe Insurance Fund
Government rethinking their plans for mandatory private pensions
Nothing's certain except death and taxes
Staggered start to Automatic Enrollment
BES pension funds now as popular an investment as term bank deposits
Takaful insurance trade association formed
Treasury reminds employers of their responsibilities under Automatic Enrollment
Circulatory system disease and cancer the biggest killers in Turkey
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Asya Emeklilik bullish about Islamic-finance PPP market
 

Asya Emeklilik was the first pensions company in the Turkish market to use Islamic-finance methods. With the launch of a second company, Katılım Hayat ve Emeklilik, in November 2013, they now have a rival. But General Manager Türker Gürsoy sees this as a benefit rather than a threat, as it will enable the interest-free finance sector in Turkey to grow further.

Asya Emeklilik markets 7 different participatory funds to its pensions customers. Later in 2014 they are planning to add a fund that invests in rental income denominated in foreign currency to their offering.

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Skyscrapers and the move to Asia
 

Levent, Karaköy, Nişantaşı …. it used to be that all of the insurance companies in İstanbul were in the same neighbourhood. But with the development of new office business districts companies are on the move.

Avoiding the nightmare of İstanbul’s rush hour traffic, with horrendous jams on each of the bridges than span the Bosphorus, a significant number have crossed to the Asian side of the city.
 
Some of these office blocks are small and purpose-built. Others are giant skyscrapers.  With the wealth of new office construction that has taken place in recent years, Turkey now has the highest number of skyscrapers (office blocks over 70 metres tall) of any country in Europe, with 417 of them.
 
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