Turkey’s investment office appoints new president

Burak Daglioglu, former vice president, to take charge of presidential investment office

Turkey’s presidential investment office has named Burak Daglioglu as its new head, according to the official gazette on Friday.

Daglioglu, 35, served at the investment office for 10 years and also was vice president since July 2018.

He completed his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Istanbul-based Bogazici University in 2009 and then went on to do his master’s in Finance from the IE Business School in Madrid in 2019.

His predecessor, Arda Ermut will keep his position of the executive committee member at Turkish Airlines and deputy chairman of Turkey Basketball Federation along with board member of Turkey Wealth Fund.

Founded in 2006, Turkey’s investment office aims to promote investment opportunities in the country to the global business community.

Anadolu Agency

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