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Turkey stands out at Davos

A Turkish House is being established in the 50th year of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, also known as the Davos Summit.

Representatives from the Turkey Wealth Fund, the Investment Office of the Presidency and the Finance Office of the Presidency are scheduled to hold bilateral meetings with executives from investment companies, wealth fund managers from other countries and portfolio managers at the Turkish House, which was launched under the guidance of the Ministry of Treasury and Finance in coordination with the Banks Association of Turkey.

The Turkish House will be open throughout the Davos summit, which is hosting more than 3,000 high-level participants from politics, the business world, wealth funds, leading financial institutions regulatory institutions, investment funds, and media representatives.

After implementing several projects in the last year, TWF managers are aiming to effectively utilize the Turkish House, sharing the road map of the fund with other institutions and putting out short and medium-term targets. The authorities of the Presidential Investment Office will provide a presentation the investment climate in Turkey and the opportunities in this field to global players.

Guests hosted at the Turkish House will be treated to a presentation of the activities of institutions representing Turkey, and the Turkish House will also introduce the Istanbul International Financial Center (IIFC) and the developments and goals surrounding the real estate, legislation and ecosystem dimensions of the IIFC project, which was launched with the strategic goal of becoming the financial center of Turkey’s region. The Turkish House will offer an important opportunity for international companies to become more acquainted with the IIFC project. Officials from the Turkey Wealth Fund, one of the IIFC’s main investors, as well as the Finance Office of the Presidency, will inform visitors of the project for a week.

The Turkish House, which is launched this year, heralds Turkey’s growing standing of in Davos. The authorities managing the economy aim to increase foreign investor interest in parallel with Turkey's growth targets by expanding the summit’s activities every year.  

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