As of September 2006, the size of the banking industry is 88.2% of total financial sector in Turkey. There are 49 banks as of May 2013: 3 public deposit, 11 private deposit, 16 foreign deposit, 4 public investment, 5 private investment, 4 foreign investment, 4 participation banks and 2 banks under the supervision of the TMSF.1 Notice also that total bank assets, as of September 2006, are 473.7 billion Turkish lira. This makes up 86.3% of the gross national product.
Below is a list of banking institutions provided by the Turkish Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency2 and the Banks Association of Turkey3 operating in Turkey.
Turkey's Banks: And Banking System by Dr. Selcuk Abac. Text in English, Contains colour plates, charts, graphs and diagrams. (Detail from a copy of Turkey's Banks published by Euromoney Publications (London) in association with Various Banks in 1986 with an ISBN 0-903121-85-9)
Marois, Thomas (2012). States, Banks, and Crisis: Emerging Finance Capitalism in Mexico and Turkey, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.