PRESS RELEASE
28/03/2008

Dexia supports its profitable growth in Turkey and provides try 400 MIO (about EUR 200 MIO) additional capital to Denizbank

Brussels, Paris, 28 March 2008, 8 am - Dexia announced today that it will provide about TRY 400 million (about EUR 200 million) additional capital to DenizBank, its 99.80%-owned Turkish subsidiary. These resources will add capacity for DenizBank to finance its superior and profitable growth in the strongly developing Turkish banking market. The TRY 400 million will increase DenizBank total shareholders' equity by 24% to TRY 2.1 billion.

In 2007, DenizBank's expansion was marked by a 22% increase in the number of branches in Turkey (320 at the end of December), i.e. a growth rate twice as big as market growth. The number of sales people increased by 33%, total loans jumped 51% to TRY 13.4 billion and deposits grew 21% to TRY 10.8 billion. Profitability remained strong with a ROE of 22.5%. DenizBank is developing further in 2008 and 80 new branches are planned this year. Key growth segments remain Retail, SMEs and Commercial clients, in line with the bank's strategy.

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