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Turk Telekom CEO resigns

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Altindag, Turkey - September 5, 2016, Altindag, Turkey - Turk Telekom, a telecommunications company, announced that the company's CEO Rami Aslan decided to leave Turk Telekom CEO position.

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Mr. Aslan has been holding various posts since 2005 at Oger Group and was appointed as Oger Telecom CEO in 2011 and Türk Telekom CEO in 2013.

Mr. Aslan serves also as Chairman of the Board of Directors of several technology companies, including Argela, Innova and Sebit; one of the largest call centers in Turkey “AssisTT” as well as international capacity provider Turk Telekom International Group.

After obtaining his Bachelor degree with a major in Management Information Systems from McGill University in Canada and working for a few years in the IT sector in Ontario, Canada.

Mr. Aslan pursued his studies and obtained his MBA degree at McGill in 1997 and later joined TD Bank of Canada Corporate Banking Division covering the Information Technology and Telecommunications Sector.

He later joined Citigroup where he worked mainly covering the sector out of London, and later Bahrain and Dubai.

Mr. Aslan joined the Dubai based Oger Group in 2005. During his nine years with Oger, Mr. Aslan oversaw the share transfer period following the privatization of Türk Telekom in November 2005 and has later taken the helm of the CEO and Executive Board Member of Oger Telecom Ltd. in Dubai.


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