Tolga Egemen, Garanti's executive vice-president

The lack of fuss surrounding GE Money's sale of its 21% share of Turkey's Garanti Bank is a testament to the bank's strong performance and the trust engendered by the country's banking regulator. Writer David O'Byrne

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