National Factoring is the new member of Borsa Istanbul

National Factoring became a new member of Borsa Istanbul with the gong ceremony.

National Factoring, which started trading with the ULUFA code, defined its target as providing financial support to more SMEs with public offering revenues.

İZAK KOENKA: WE WILL REACH MORE SMEs WITH IPO

Speaking at the gong ceremony, National Factoring General Manager Izak Koenka started his speech by thanking the Capital Markets Board, Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency, Istanbul Stock Exchange for their contributions and support in the public offering process.

Izak Koenka said: “We are very proud of the trust and interest shown by individual and institutional investors to our company during the request collection process. I would also like to thank all the employees of Osmanlı Yatırım Menkul Değerler and National Factoring for their hard work and meticulous work. As National Faktoring, we are proud to have completed our 20th year with a successful public offering. When we look back on the past, we see that we are the solution partner of our 55 thousand businesses. While the income obtained from the shares with a nominal amount of 33 million 500 thousand TL offered to the public will be transferred to the company as a paid capital increase, 97 percent of this will be a source for new factoring transactions and 3 percent for technology investments. In this way, we aim to reach more SMEs. We are one step ahead in credit evaluation, thanks to our expertise and artificial intelligence-supported algorithms, especially for SMEs. The public offering is a start for National Factoring. We would like to thank our investors who trust and believe in us.”


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