A Fortis first in Turkey


The past month has seen the Turkish military warned to stay out of politics if the country is ever to join the European Union - a warning it clearly ignored. And the press is still having a field day reporting on how a consortium comprised of Fortis, Royal Bank of Scotland and Santander is mounting a bid to buy and carve up Dutch bank ABN Amro. A lesser-reported story, however, is Turkey's move to embrace structured products. And Fortis Investments is the institution that will become the first

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