Şenay Azak Matt is the General Manager of Aareal Bank AG/Istanbul Representative Office-Turkey, graduate from Business Administration of the University of Applied Science in Konstanz/Germany and Coventry University/England. 

Mrs. Azak Matt started her career in the sales department of a production company. In 1999, she joined Aareal Bank where she became familiar with the credit business from various perspectives. From 1999 to 2005, she worked for and later managed the Turkish Credit Department and the Turkish Market at the headquarters in Germany. She was responsible for the establishment of Aareal Bank’s Representative Office in Istanbul which opened in November 2005. 

Aareal Bank Group is one of the leading international property specialists. With employees from over 30 nations, the bank has local offices in 19 countries on three continents – in Europe, North America and Asia/Pacific. The parent company of the Group is the MDAX listed Aareal Bank AG combining all subsidiaries within the two segments Structured Property Financing and Consulting/Services.

Aareal Bank

Aareal Bank AG, headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, is one of the leading international property specialists listed in Deutsche Börse’s MDAX index. We are active across three continents. Based on our successful European business model, we have developed a similar platform in North America and Asia/Pacific.
Aereal Bank provides real estate financing solutions on an individually structured basis according to our clients’ needs for first class business hotels, shopping centres, logistic and office buildings in more than 25 countries. It aims to add value through providing financing solutions for development projects followed by investment financings.
Aereal Bank has been supporting local and international developers and investors in the market with a focus on projects in major Turkish cities. The Representative Office was opened in Istanbul in 2005.
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