ENP Newswire -
Release date- 15082014 -
In the same period, the holding posted consolidated net profit of 979 million Turkish liras and non-bank consolidated operating profits of 465 million Turkish liras, with a 35 percent rise year-on-year.
Furthermore, through effective use of the bancassurance channel,
'AVIVASA'S ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT SURPASSED 6 BILLION TL WITH A 34 PERCENT INCREASE'
'The private pension industry is making a significant contribution to improving the savings ratio in our country. The assets under management of Avivasa, one of the leader companies in the private pension sector, has surpassed 6 billion Turkish liras in the first half of 2014, up 34 percent year-on-year. Avivasa's net contributions also increased by 24 percent in the same period, exceeding the growth rate of the sector.
'THE ARKUN HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT OF ENERJISA STARTED OPERATING.'
Kurtul continued as follows: 'Enerjisa increased its installed capacity to 2,800 megawatts by adding to its portfolio of operational assets the Arkun hydroelectric power plant, with an installed capacity of 237 megawatts.
Enerjisa stands as one of
'PROFITABILITY IS GROWING STRONGLY AT CARREFOURSA.'
'Following Sabanc Holding's takeover of the management at Carrefoursa, progress on the profitability and growth-focused turnaround process is successfully maintained.
The company's sales went up by 23 percent year-on-year in the first six months of 2014. Same store sales growth reached 21 percent in the same period.'
'OUR CEMENT COMPANIES MAINTAIN STRONG PROFITABILITY WHILE ALSO TAKING ADVANTAGE OF GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES'
'In keeping with our growth objectives in the cement sector,
'OUR EXPORT-FOCUSED INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES ARE GROWING IN OVERSEAS MARKETS.'
Kurtul concluded as follows: '
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