Odeabank Continues to Crown its Success with New Awards

Odeabank Continues to Crown its Success with New Awards​

Odeabank Continues to Crown its Success with New Awards

Odeabank, a subsidiary of Lebanon based Bank Audi and a young player in the Turkish banking sector, continues to receive awards from local and global institutions.

The first bank after 15 years to receive a new operating license in the Turkish banking industry in 2012 after 15 years, Odeabank has received nearly 30 awards in the past year with its personalized banking services and the products and services it has developed with innovative, flexible and state of the art strategies.

Odeabank has recently received the “Best Internet Banking”, “Best Mobile Banking Application” and “Best ATM Experience” awards in the prestigious “Global Banking and Finance Review Awards 2015” with its renewed Direct Banking services. Odeabank has also received the Best In Class award in Interactive Media Awards with its www.odeabank.com.tr and www.bankocard.com.tr websites and Odeabank Communication Center has won the third prize in the “Quality League” awards organized by “Telephone Doctor Turkey”.

Odeabank was chosen as the public favorite in Turkey's best known Altın Örümcek (Golden Spider) web awards organization, while the independent news organization EMEA Finance chose Odeabank as “The Best Foreign Bank in Turkey”.

In a statement commenting on the awards Odeabank has received, Odeabank General Manager Hüseyin Özkaya has said: “As a young and innovative player in the banking sector, we have broken a record with the awards we received within a short period of time, thanks to our personalized banking services and technological investments. Each passing day we focus on improving our service quality while extending our customer centered banking approach to the general public. Achieving our targets without sacrificing our principles will bring additional successes in our key performance indicators. As we always say, our aim is to “be in the major league”, providing more resources to the economy.” ​​