Aktif Bank met with the President's Special Advisor and Cabinet Ministers in Benin:
Africa's Bank in Foreign Trade, Aktif Bank was in Benin
Having organized a business trip to Benin and Togo as part of its export-focused pioneering operations in the African continent, Aktif Bank paid a visit to the Special Advisor to the President of Benin. During the visit, the cooperation opportunities in the banking and finance industry were discussed. Johannes Dagnon, the Special Advisor to the President of Benin, expressed his gratitude for the investments made in his country by Turkey. Dagnon expressed that Benin is open to investments in various fields by interested key players in the financial industry and stated that they would be open to consider opportunities to cooperate with Aktif Bank and its principal shareholder, Çalık Holding.
Aktif Bank, which distinguishes itself by their banking services in trade, has been going forward with its operations in Africa even during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the occasion, Muzaffer Suat Utku, Aktif Bank's Executive Vice-President of International Banking, along with the accompanying delegation, paid visits to Johannes Dagnon, the Special Advisor to the President of Benin, along with various Cabinet Ministers and key banks in the country. The potential collaboration was the primary focus of the one-on-one meetings held with Ministers of Trade and Industry, of Transport, and of Development and Planning along with the West African Power Pool (West African Energy Association Authority) and APIEX (Investment and Export Promotion Agency). During the meetings, collaboration opportunities with Çalık Holding's various sectors were also discussed, along with banking opportunities with Aktif Bank.