Emlak Katılım Customers Meet "EmlakFX" Platform
Aiming to respond to different customer needs with new products and services, Emlak Katılım introduces the "EmlakFX" platform. Through its new platform EmlakFX, Türkiye Emlak Participation Bank enables transactions in 16 different foreign currency units and 3 different precious metal units.
Aiming to realize foreign exchange and precious metal trading transactions at advantageous rates for its customers, the bank enables transactions in 16 different foreign exchange units and 3 different precious metal units through its new platform EmlakFX. The developed EmlakFX platform enables Emlak Katılım customers to perform the foreign exchange and precious metal trading transactions at the most advantageous rates. The EmlakFX platform appeals to corporate and commercial customers who perform the intensive and high-volume foreign exchange and precious metal trading transactions. The platform infrastructure works integrated with current accounts and transaction limits of the Emlak Katılım customers.
Works with 116 different currencies
Able to perform same-day value transactions and forward term transactions on the platform, users can make transaction orders through the platform. Trading transactions in currency units of USD, EUR, GBP, CHF, JPY, AUD, CAD, NOK, SEK, DKK, RUB, SAR, KWD, AED, and QAR and precious metal units of Gold (XAU), Silver (XAG), and Platinum (XPT) can be performed in exchange for TRY, US Dollar, and Euro.
Emlak Katılım does not charge any additional costs or commissions for EmlakFX, which is completely free. Customers who want to use the EmlakFX platform need to make their applications at Emlak Katılım branches. Transactions at EmlakFX are performed on official business days, within the working hours of Emlak Katılım Bankası. The aim is to expand the transaction period in the future. Care is taken to ensure that the transactions are performed only for the needs of customers for commercial activities, not to perform transactions for speculative purposes and that they comply with participation banking principles.