16.08.2012 16:05

Korkmaz Ilkorur is appointed as member of Credit Europe’s Supervisory Board

Credit Europe Bank NV is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Korkmaz Ilkorur as member of its Supervisory Board per 1st August 2012.



Mr. Ilkorur (1944) has built up a successful career in the financial services sector having worked for various banks and insurance companies in Turkey.
Additionally, from 2002 till 2010 Korkmaz Ilkorur has been with the Business and Industrial Advisory Committee (BIAC) of the Organization for Economic Coperation and Development(OECD) acting as the Chairman of the Regulatory Governance Working Group. Moreover, he hasbeen in the board of directors of the Turkish Industrialists and Businessmen Association (“TUSIAD”) and chairman of its corporate governance working group (2002-2009).

At present Mr. Ilkorur is member of the Senior Advisory Board of Oliver Wyman.

Mr. Ilkorur is a Turkish national and has a master degree of Economics from the University of Pittsburgh, USA.

Hector the Beaufort, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Credit Europe Bank NV:
“We are very happy to have Korkmaz Ilkorur joining the Supervisory Board of Credit Europe bank NV as independent member. He is a reputable professional in the international corporate governance- and financial advisory services and his broad experience and competences will contribute to a further strengthening of our Board’s expertise.’’

Credit Europe Bank
More than three million customers around the world entrust their financial affairs to Credit Europe Bank.
We offer corporate customers a wide range of banking products, including international trade and commodity finance, project finance and working capital loans. Represented in key trading hubs such as the Netherlands, Switzerland, China and the United Arab Emirates, as well as in raw material exporting and
importing countries including Russia, Turkey and Ukraine, we are well positioned to finance our customers’ transaction flows across the globe.
To retail and SME customers we offer simple and transparent products in eight Western and Eastern European countries: Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Malta, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.
Credit Europe Bank NV is headquartered in the Netherlands and operates around 230 branches, 730 ATM’s, 8,300 sales points and 16,000 point of sale terminals. It has more than 6,600 employees in 11 countries.
For more information, please see www.crediteuropebank.com