Investing in Turkey
17 April 2012
Ten years ago, the overwhelming focus in emerging markets was on the BRIC economies. Whether they are now called the “Growth 8” or the “Next 11”, Turkey is firmly within the wider range of countries with high growth and promise. If the economists are right, Turkey is one of several countries with the potential to become one of the world’s largest economies in the 21st century.
Linklaters has been active in the Turkish market since the mid-1980s. Since then we have built up a market leading practice, supporting international and local corporates and financial institutions investing into and out of Turkey and providing advice on a wide range of financings in both the local and international markets.
Drawing on this experience, and speaking along with leading members of the Istanbul bar, this seminar aims to give those new to the market a high-level but practical overview of:
- key issues you need to bear in mind when investing in Turkey;
- the legal and regulatory environment, including the key regulatory bodies and their attitudes;
- joint ventures with Turkish partners;
- privatisation and post-privatisation: investment in Turkey’s energy and infrastructure assets;
- key sectors generating business for our clients; and
- key trends in inbound investment and exits.
- Tom O’Neill, Partner, Head of Turkey Desk
- Dominic Sanders, Partner
- Dan Tyrer, Partner
Together with leading members of the Istanbul bar.
Who should attend this seminar?
This seminar will be of interest to corporates and their advisers who are interested in investing in Turkey.
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Linklaters, One Silk Street, London EC2Y 8HQ
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