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Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) AG
Genève 1

Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) SA
12, Rue du Mont Blanc
1211 Geneva 1 - Switzerland

Tel: + 41 (22) 839 19 19
Fax: + 41 (22) 839 19 00

Representative Office
Visnezade Mah.
BJK Plaza, Kat:3
Daire: 35-36, 34010
Besiktas, Istanbul

Tel: + 90 (212) 227 59 29
Fax: + 90 (212) 227 59 30

Brief History of Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) SA

Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) S.A. (formerly Finansbank (Suisse) S.A. “The Bank”) was acquired by Finansbank A.S. Turkey and by its associates, which was followed by the granting of a complementary license by the Swiss Federal Banking Commission.

The shareholders increased the capital by CHF 5 million to a total of CHF 25 million, which enabled the Bank to more than double its trade finance volume. This was a significant success, giving the first evidence of the expansion of The Bank in the Swiss market.

Thanks to the shareholder’s strong support, the Bank’s share capital was increased by CHF 10 million to a total of CHF 35 million.

The Bank participated by 40% in the newly established bank of the group in Amsterdam, namely, Finansbank (Holland) N.V.

In order to increase the competitiveness of the Credit and Marketing Department, a Forfaiting Department was introduced.

The Bank launched its first syndicated loan and closed it with a 100% over-subscription. The Bank also decided to diversify its income sources and introduced the Private Banking Department. Parallel to the Group’s re-organization policy, 50% of the shares of Finansbank (Holland) N.V. was sold to the holding company in The Netherlands which in return enhanced the capital base and capital ratios of the Bank.

Millennium has been a year of change in the business for The Bank as it shifted focus of its activities from Trade Finance to Private Banking. In this respect, Trade Finance risk was reduced and the majority of the accounts were transferred to other subsidiary banks of the Group.

In order to keep pace with the changes in Information Technology field and to support the growth in business, the Bank made a remarkable investment in a new EDP system.

Just after deciding to re-expand in trade finance activities and establish a Treasury Marketing Unit, the Bank moved to its new premises right in the heart of the banking community in Geneva.

Following its policy of “active involvement in trade finance for corporate clients”, the Bank expanded its trade finance volume by more than 100%. Meanwhile, with the widening of the scope of its product range, Private Banking department’s amount of funds under custody increased by 50%.

In order to stimulate the growth of the Bank’s business in trade finance as well as to cement its relationships with its correspondent banks, a US$ 30 million syndicated term facility has been acquired from international markets which was utilized for the pre-export financing needs of the corporate clients.

The significance of the year was the strong growth in our core areas of activity; private banking and trade finance. The volume for private banking has increased by 66 % and the increase in trade finance has been 44 % in 2005. On the other hand we have concluded a very successful syndicated loan facility for an amount of USD 80 million with the participation of 20 banks all around the world.

This year has been a milestone for the Bank in terms of the sale of Finansbank A.S., Istanbul that resulted in diversification and restructuring of the remaining group banks. We strongly believe that this change has born its fruits and created a substantial synergy between the Bank and the affiliated companies based in Holland, Romania, Russia and the Ukraine all of which are operating under the new trade name: Credit Europe Bank.

On the other hand our business volumes continued to increase and we successfully renewed our structure financing with a club loan of USD 90 million.

Due to the sale of Finansbank AS as of August 2006, Fiba Group banks have changed their names to reflect this change within the group. Our new name is changed to Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) SA, to be effective in March 2007.

In order to develop stronger basis to support our fast growing private banking activities we opened a branch in Zurich and an offshore branch in Guernsey. Their focus on private clients is believed to bring additional value to our on going successful marketing activities.

On the other hand, we have decided to outsource our operational activities to a well known name, Credit Agricole who has resilient experiences in supplying operational services to third parties. This decision was fulfilled after several months of training to the whole group`s staff in October 2007. Being able to benefit from their expertise and immense capacity, we believe this attempt can only be positive for our infrastructure.

Celebrating its nineteenth year, Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) S.A. has established itself as a solid Swiss Bank through the achievement of continuous, consistent and sustained growth levels. Instrumental in this growth has been the policy of maximum client satisfaction supported by its team’s experience in Emerging & International Markets and Trade Finance combined with Swiss banking traditions inherent to the culture of Credit Europe Bank (Suisse) S.A.

source: http://www.crediteurope.ch/crediteurope/index.php?page=content&id=3

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