This Legal Alert aims to set forth the re-statement of Capital Markets Board of Turkey that binary options transactions are out of its jurisdiction and regulation.
This Legal Alert aims to set forth the principles brought by the regulation issued by Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency concerning the sale of frozen receivables of state-owned banks and their financial subsidiaries to asset management companies.
This Legal Alert aims to set forth the amendment on Implementing Procedures and Principles of Futures and Options Market (VIOP) in relation to the new currency pairs to be traded in the VIOP market.
This legal alert aims to summarize the recent amendments made in Decree No: 32 in relation to the leveraged (i.e. FOREX) transactions of Turkish residents.
This Briefing Note aims to guide foreign investors who carry the intention to engage in capital market activities in Turkey and to summarize the types of investment services and activities in Turkish capital markets and disclosure requirements of foreign investors based on the main piece of legislation regulating this subject, Capital Markets Law No. 6362 (“CML”) and Communiqué on Investment Services and Activities and Ancillary Services No. III-37.1 (“Investment Services Communiqué”), published by the Capital Markets Board of Turkey (“CMB”).
Warrants are capital markets instruments that give the holder the right, but not any obligation, to buy (call warrant) or sell (put warrant) underlying assets, indices, stocks (shares of companies listed or to be listed), or other indicators such as commodities or precious metals, at a certain price, quantity, and on or until a specific maturity date.