İşbank puts sustainability at heart of its operations – The Banker

Hakan Aran is a techie at heart, with a computer engineering degree from the Middle East Technical University. He joined İşbank as a software specialist in 1990 and was heading up the bank’s software development department by 2005. Three years later, he was promoted to deputy CEO responsible for operations, digital banking and technology.
In April 2021, İşbank appointed Mr Aran as its 17th CEO. He is currently continuing his PhD in banking at İstanbul Commerce University, focusing on the relationship between climate-related risks and banks’ capital adequacy ratios.
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