Participation Account with Interim Period Profit Share Payment

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What is a Participation Account with Interim Period Profit Share Payment?

Participation Accounts with interim period profit share payment is the type of account which can be opened with a term of 372 days and the profit share payment of which can be made at 1 month, 3-month, 6-month intervals or at the end of period depending on preference.

The account that enables putting your savings to good use for a long-term offers the advantage of higher profit sharing rate.

Why Should I Open a Participation Account with Interim Period Profit Share Payment?

Let your savings in TL, USD, EUR and XAU participation accounts both be secured by Ziraat Katılım and benefit from the profits obtained by using interest-free funding methods.

  • You can open your participation account with a starting limit of at least 250 TL, USD and EUR.
  • You can open your participation account in TL, USD, EUR and XAU.
  • You can open your participation accounts with a term of 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year or more than 1 year.
  • You can also open an account with a term of 1 year and longer in which profit share is paid periodically.
  • You can also open your account as a flexible term participation account with the desired number of days of maturity provided that it shall be minimum 32 days and maximum1095 days.

Profit Sharing Rate

High profit sharing rate and lower tax advantage are provided.

Optional Payment

It can be opened with a term of 372 days and the profit share payment can be made at 1 month, 3*month, 6-month or 1-year intervals depending on the preferences.

Make Good Use

The account that enables putting your savings to good use for a long-term offers the advantage of higher profit sharing rate.

Create an account

All you have to do is to open an account or to create a participation account with interim period profit share payment by logging into our internet branch.

Channels By Which Participation Account with Interim Period Profit Share Payment Can Be Opened

Currencies In Which An Account Can Be Opened

TRY

TRY

EURO

EURO

DOLLARS

DOLLARS

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Participation accounts with interim period profit share payment is the type of account which can be opened with a term of 372 days and the profit share payment of which can be made at -month, 3-month, 6-month or 1- year intervals depending on preference. The account that enables putting your savings to good use for a long-term offers the advantage of higher profit sharing rate.

Sharing and Withholding Rates

Opening Balance
TL
Monthly Profit Share PaymentProfit Share Payment Every 3 MonthsProfit Share Payment Every 6 MonthsProfit Share Payment
Once a Year
10.000-24.99980/2081/1983/1785/15
25.000-99.99980/2081/1983/1785/15
100.000-499.99980/2081/1983/1785/15
500.000-999.99981/1982/1884/1686/14
1.000.000-4.999.99983/1784/1685/1588/12
5.000.000 +84/1685/1585/1490/10
Withholding Rate0%0%0%0%
Opening Balance
USD
Monthly Profit Share PaymentProfit Share Payment Every 3 MonthsProfit Share Payment Every 6 MonthsProfit Share Payment
Once a Year
10.000-24.99980/2081/1983/1785/15
25.000-99.99980/2081/1983/1785/15
100.000-499.99980/2081/1983/1785/15
500.000-999.99981/1982/1884/1686/14
1.000.000-4.999.99983/1784/1685/1588/12
5.000.000 +84/1685/1585/1490/10
Withholding Rate18%18%18%18%
Opening Balance
EURO
Monthly Profit Share PaymentProfit Share Payment Every 3 MonthsProfit Share Payment Every 6 MonthsProfit Share Payment
Once a Year
10.000-24.99961/3962/3863/3764/36
25.000-99.99962/3863/3764/3665/35
100.000-499.99965/3566/3467/3368/32
500.000-999.99965/3566/3467/3368/32
1.000.000-4.999.99950/5050/5050/5050/50
5.000.000 +50/5050/5050/5050/50
Withholding Rate18%18%18%18%

Participation Fund Insurance

The portion of unit account value of participation accounts as well as the special current accounts in Turkish Lira, foreign exchange and precious metals, which are opened on behalf of real persons in the domestic branches of a deposit bank operating in Turkey and are not subject to commercial transactions except for exclusively drawing checks, up to 150 thousand Turkish Liras for each real person are under the guarantee of Savings Deposit Insurance Fund;

however, even if it remains within the limit of 150 thousand TL above,

the portion of the profit shares accrued to participation accounts as of the date on which the operating license of the participation bank whose account holders are to be paid by the fund is revoked, exceeding the amounts to be calculated over the average of the profit shares applied by the three participation banks with the highest sum of participation fund is not included in the scope of insurance.

The following deposits are not subject to insurance:

*Participation funds and other accounts belonging to bank's controlling shareholders and their parents, spouses and children under their custody.

*Participation funds and other accounts belonging to Bank's Chairman and members of the Board of Directors, General Manager and his/her assistants, and their parents, spouses and children under their custody.

*Deposits opened in overseas branches of banks in Turkey and participation funds and other accounts included in the scope of the property value arising from crime under Article 282 of the Turkish Criminal Law No. 5237.

*Participation funds at financial institutions established in Turkey exclusively for off-shore banking activities.

*Payments within insurance coverage are made in Turkish Lira.

*While determining the amount to be paid within insurance coverage, participation account unit account values are taken into account based on special current account balances.

*Turkish Lira equivalents of foreign exchange accounts are determined on the basis of the buying rate of exchange of Central Bank on the date when bank's operating license was revoked.

*On the other hand, Turkish Lira equivalents of accounts in gold are determined on the basis of Istanbul Gold Exchange session closing price and the buying rate of exchange of Central Bank on the date when bank's operating license was revoked.