22nd November 2022
Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul

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Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey is the only conference bringing together issuers, borrowers, investors and bankers to discuss the developments of local and international bond, syndicated loan and sukuk markets. It is the perfect platform to engage in real business deals, and to discuss the latest developments in Turkey's debt capital markets.

The conference is the county's leading capital markets event. By attending you will network with key decision makers from existing and potential clients. Established as the annual meeting place for senior capital markets professionals to network and build business connections; Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey is the one event you cannot afford to miss.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Access the most senior regional and international issuers, investors, bankers, rating agencies and lawyers at one time
  • Setup an unlimited number of virtual meetings with participants from Turkey's credit markets community via our 1-2-1 networking platform
  • Gain exclusive behind-the-scenes insights from the 60+ regional and international credit market leaders speaking on our expert-led panels

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey 2022 Agenda

22nd November 2022

08:50

Chairman’s opening remarks

Session ends: 09:00
09:00

2022/23 outlook: How will the Turkish economy fare off the back of inflation, rising interest rates and geopolitical uncertainties?

  • What impact has the Russia/Ukraine war had on Turkish supply chain, tourism and trade? What changes need to be, and have been, made as a result?
  • How are the 2023 elections expected to impact the Turkish economy? Is a slowdown expected?
  • Unpacking the results of inflation and rising interest rates on Turkey’s macroeconomic outlook: What does this mean in the short, medium and long-term?
  • Turkish monetary and exchange rate policies: What measures have been taken by the government and what impact is this having on the wider market?

Speakers

Professor of Monetary Policy and Financial Markets Practice

Senior Director, Sovereigns

Economist

Senior Economist, Global Geopolitical Strategist

Session ends: 09:45
09:45

Uncovering the impact of market volatilities on Turkish borrowers: What risks, challenges and opportunities do they see given current market dynamics?

  • What impact are impending elections, commodity pricing and geopolitical uncertainties having on companies’ balance sheets?
  • To what extent has the increased price of borrowing impacted funding decisions, even on smaller transactions? How will this evolve in 2023?
  • How is rising and persistent inflation impacting bond issuances and the trading of government securities?
  • Supporting the market: What more can the government be doing to promote “more realistic” market access?
  • Could alternative capital market products, such as securitisation and sukuk, provide a more long-term solution for funding teams given current macroeconomic challenges?

Speakers

Head of Treasury & Investor Relations

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Session ends: 10:30
10:30

Unpacking Turkey’s infrastructure market: How are project financing vs. M&A instruments being utilised?

  • 2023 outlook: What are the expectations for this market post-elections? Are there particular sub-sectors which will offer increased opportunity for lenders and investors?
  • What are the current motivations and expectations of lenders and investors when looking at this market? How are they measuring appetite for these deals?
  • What lessons can be learnt from recent deals?
  • Which sustainable finance instruments are available, and how can they be applied to these deals? To what extent does that increase bankability and investor appetite?

Speakers

Chief Financial Officer

Partner

Session ends: 11:15
11:15

Coffee and Networking

Session ends: 11:45
11:45

DCM vs. ECM: Products, pricing and process of raising capital in the Turkish market

• Convertible bonds vs. securitisation vs. vanilla bonds: How does pricing and performance of each compare? Which products naturally lend themselves better to certain companies or circumstance?

• What is driving the increased volume of local IPOs in Turkey? What does the journey for a company successfully issuing look like?

• What impact has the Russia/Ukraine war had on the Turkish ECM market?

• Learning from the best: A closer look at successful ECM transactions in Turkey – what lessons can be learnt by others looking to enter this market?

Speakers

, Executive Director, Financial Institutions Group, Debt Capital Markets

Partner

Session ends: 12:30
12:30

Investors under the microscope: Unravelling the impact of geopolitics, tax and macroeconomic volatilities on Turkish foreign direct investment

  • How are investors currently pricing Turkish credit vs. other emerging markets?
  • To what extent has appetite for Turkish credit been impacted by the Russia/Ukraine war? Has this made investors change tact?
  • What would investors need to see from the Turkish market in order to make it more attractive to them?
  • How do GCC-based investors view Turkey? How does it stack up compared to other Middle Eastern markets? Is Turkey’s funding structure sufficient?
  • How have new tax regulations impacted international investors wanting to do business in Turkey? To what level is there a lack of flexibility? What more could the government be doing to combat this?

Speakers

Functional Head of Emerging Markets Corporates

Senior Portfolio Manager, Emerging Markets Debt

Director, Debt Capital Markets

Session ends: 13:15
13:15

Networking lunch

Session ends: 14:45
14:45

Prioritising product: Which SDG-linked products are available, and how should they be implemented?

  • Green bonds, blue bonds, social bonds: How do these instruments stack-up in terms of pricing and long-term benefits? What are the first steps to implementation?
  • What lessons can be learnt from successfully executed green bonds out of other EMs? How were they executed? What have been the medium to long-term benefits? Could the same be replicated in Turkey?
  • Assessing success: Which KPIs would FIs be looking for in order to execute a successful transaction? What can companies be doing to help?

Speaker

Director, Sustainable Bonds Team

Session ends: 15:30
15:30

Navigating loan market growth and LIBOR transition in a post-COVID world

  • What impact has COVID-19 had on the Turkish syndicated loans market? Who is still committed to lending in Turkey, and which borrowers still have appetite to access this market?
  • Where are ECAs and IFIs lending? How has this changed over the past 12 months? Which sectors are preferred, and what are their expectations?
  • To what degree are bank balance sheets tightening as a result of increased funding costs? What does this mean for Turkish borrowers?
  • LIBOR after completion: What can the banking market expect to see in 2023 as a result of the LIBOR transition completion?

Speaker

Chief Financial Officer

Session ends: 16:15
16:15

Assessing the future, and impact, of Turkey’s energy transition

  • The road towards “decarbonisation”: What does the government’s new renewable energy regulations look like? How are banks helping companies prepare for the impending 2026 tax on carbon emissions?
  • A closer look at alternative energy sources: How are some of Turkey’s largest players combining forces to produce and promote energy storage and electric vehicles?
  • What steps does Turkey need to take in order to truly take control of producing its own energy, given its historical reliance on others (especially Russia)?
  • How should Turkish energy companies be looking to secure long-term local and international investment into energy storage, batteries and electric vehicles? What criteria are investors looking for?
  • What impact has the Russia/Ukraine war had on energy pricing in Turkey?
Session ends: 17:00
17:00

Chairman’s Closing remarks and Close of Conference

Session ends: 17:10

HIGHLIGHTS FROM BONDS, LOANS & SUKUK TURKEY 2021


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Testimonials

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey is a fantastic event where I can see many financial institutions and colleagues from all over the world. It also provides a useful market update, covering the latest developments in the Turkish Capital Markets.

Muzaffer Aksoy
Bank ABC

Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Turkey is a unique event that brings together policy makers, issuers and investors. It is a fantastic platform for exchanging thoughts on key industry trends, debating current & future issues and for networking. I have been attending Bonds & Loans events for many years and always found them to be very professionally and wonderfully organized. I will definitely be back at another Bonds & Loans event!

Ashwinder Singh Bakhshi
Barings

I believe this is one of the best events organized in Istanbul. It provides all participants with significant information and insight regarding the markets and the players.

Semih Ergür
IC Holding

COMPANIES CONFIRMED TO ATTEND:

  • Abdul Latif Jameel International
  • Acibadem Saglik Hizmetleri (ACIBD)
  • ACT Venture Capital
  • ACWA Power
  • Ak Asset Management
  • AK Enerji
  • Akfen Renewable Energy
  • Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld
  • Aksa
  • Aksa Enerji
  • Allianz
  • Allianz Global Investors
  • Anadolu Efes
  • Anadolu Group
  • Anagold
  • Arthur Cox
  • Artibir Group
  • Ata Asset Management
  • Aydem Enerji
  • Azimut
  • Balcioglu Selcuk Akman Keki Avukatlik Ortakligi
  • Bilkent Holding A.S.
  • Bilkent University
  • BNY Mellon
  • Borusan Holding
  • Cakmak Attorney Partnership
  • Canakkale Otoyol ve Koprusu Insaat Yatirim ve Isletme
  • Capital Investments
  • Capital Markets Board of Turkey
  • CCN Holding
  • Central Registry Agency
  • Cimsa
  • Ciner Group
  • Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
  • Coca Cola Icecek
  • Defacto Grubu
  • Demirer Holding
  • Dentons
  • Doganlar Holding
  • Dogus Enerji Uretim AS
  • Dogus Holding
  • Dogus Insaat
  • Dome Group
  • Dubai Islamic Bank
  • Eczacibasi Holding
  • Enerjisa
  • Enterprise Rent a Car
  • Erbakir
  • Erciyas Holding
  • Erdemir
  • Fitch Ratings
  • Fitch Solutions
  • GAMA Enerji A.S
  • GAMA Holding
  • GE Healthcare
  • Gulsan Holding
  • Gurmen Group
  • Hayat Kimya Sanayi
  • Hogan Lovells
  • HSBC
  • HSBC Global Asset Management
  • IC Holding
  • IGA Airport
  • Inci Holding
  • Independent
  • Is Asset Management
  • ISS Corporate Solutions, Inc.
  • Istanbul Halk Ekmek
  • Istanbul Portfolio Management
  • Kalyon Construction Industry and Trade
  • Kastamonu Entegre
  • Key Holding
  • Kipas Holding
  • Koc Holding
  • Limak Holding
  • Meridiam
  • Migros Ticaret
  • Ministry of Treasury and Finance Turkey
  • Moody's Investors Service
  • Morgan Lewis
  • MV Holding
  • Nurol Holding A.S
  • Ozmen Yalcin Avukatlik Ortakligi
  • Paksoy Attorneys at Law
  • Pegasus Airlines
  • PFS Finance
  • Polat Enerji
  • Polat Holding
  • PwC
  • Ronesans Holding
  • Royal London Asset Management (RLAM)
  • Sabanci Holding
  • Siemens
  • Sisecam
  • SMBC Nikko Capital Markets
  • Socar
  • Soyak Holding
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • SunExpress
  • Tarfin
  • TAV Airports Holding
  • TBNG Limited
  • Tekfen Construction and Installation
  • The Marmara Collection
  • TOGG
  • Toros Tarim
  • Transmark Renewables
  • Tupras
  • Turk Telekom
  • TURKCELL
  • Turkey Wealth Fund
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Turkiye Emlak Katilim Bankai
  • Turkiye Emlak Katilim Bankasi
  • Tuyap Tum Fuarcilik Yapim
  • Ulker
  • Union Investment Privatfonds
  • Unlu & Company
  • WE Soda
  • Yapi Kredi Asset Management
  • Yasar Holding
  • Yildirim Holding
  • Yildiz Holding

Bonds & Loans Turkey AWARDS 2022


About:

The Bonds & Loans Turkey AWARDS Ceremony will be held on Tuesday 22nd November 2022 at the Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul.

Since 2015, the Bonds & Loans Awards has been recognising the most innovative and ground-breaking deals from Sovereign, Corporate and Financial Institution issuers and borrowers.


Benefits of attending the AWARDS Ceremony:

  • Access a highly exclusive event and senior industry-leading figures involved in the most innovative and ground-breaking deals from Sovereign, Corporate and Financial Institutions & Borrowers
  • Build your network: limited numbers ensure guaranteed interaction and networking with a select group of the industry’s elite; all of our 2021 ceremonies sold out and proved a night to remember

ACCOMMODATION

The below preferential rates are available at the Shangri-La Bosphorus, Istanbul, for attendees of the event, subject to availability. We therefore advise that you request accommodation as soon as possible if you wish to stay at the conference hotel. Please complete the ‘Room Reservation From’ and return it to Arif.Kilincarslan@shangri-la.com.

Download the Room Reservation Form

  • Deluxe Room (Atrium View): € 450. / € 485.
  • Deluxe City Room (City View): € 490. / € 525.
  • Deluxe Bosphorus Room (Partial Bosphorus View): € 550. / € 585.
    • *Inclusive of buffet breakfast, exclusive of 8% VAT.

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