|2018 Yılı Oda Hesapları||2019 Hizmet Ücretleri Tarifesi||Meslek Grupları ve Faaliyet Kodları (NACE)||Stratejik Plan|
|Sicil Rehberi||Ticari İşlemler Rehberi||Ticaret Sicili Müdürlüğü Duyuruları||Mersis Danışma Masası|
|İşten Ayrılış Bildirgesi||Kredi Protokolleri||İndirimli Kuruluşlar||Eğitimler|
|Fuar Teşvikleri||Fuar Ziyaretleri||Dış Ticaret Talepleri||Reklam Fiyat Tarifesi|
Banking activities cover 60% of the Turkish finance sector which is mainly consisted of the banking sector.
Insurance services and other financial activities have also big potential in growth. Financial Services sector consists of many sectors like deposit banks, development and investment banks, participation banks, capital markets, insurance, financial leasing, factoring, consumer finance and individual pension system.
The share of banks is also very high in the finance sector in İzmir.
According to the Banking Regulatory and Supervisory Authority data;
By December 2017, total bank deposits reached to 89,6 billion TL, total cash credits reached 109,1 billion TL in İzmir. Tracking receivables reached 3,4 billion TL.
The ratio of total cash credits to total deposits is 121,81% . The ratio of tracking receivables to total cash credits is 3,4%.
By December 2017, the credits with the amount of 9,9 billion TL was extended to trade and broking sector, 5,2 billion TL was extended to agriculture and fishing sector, 3,5 billion was extended to metal and processed mining sector, 4,5 billion TL was extended to food, beverage, tobacco sector, 5 billion TL was extended to construction sector, 3,8 billion TL was extended to energy sector and 1 billion TL was extended to tourism sector in İzmir.
By December 2017, there are 7666 bank offices in İzmir and population per bank office in İzmir is 5513.
According to the individual pension system data of İzmir, by the end of 2016, when we consider the ratio of the participants to the population between the ages of 18-56 in their cities of residence; the top three cities with the largest participants are respectively Muğla (25%), İstanbul (21%) and Antalya (20%). Ankara and İzmir follow these cities both with 19%.
According to the distribution of contribution margin among the cities, İstanbul ranks first with a share of 34,7%, Ankara ranks second with a share of 10,7% and İzmir ranks third with a share of 7,6%. İzmir ranks third after İstanbul and Ankara at the highest average state contribution rate paid for each participant with 1504 TL.
There are 880 active companies in the 47nd Banking, Assets/Bonds and Holding Companies Profession Group at our Chamber and 1139 active companies in the 48th Insurance Profession Group of our Chamber.
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