It has been officially announced that Ozan Electronic Money has become a member of “Turkey’s Payment Method” Troy, which was founded and developed by BKM.

Providing individual users and businesses with financial technology services with its “Ozan SuperApp” and “Ozan Business” products, Ozan Electronic Money has achieved another milestone and become a member of the Interbank Card Center (BKM). It has been officially announced that Ozan Electronic Money has become a member of “Turkey’s Payment Method” Troy, which was founded and developed by BKM.

Licensed by the Turkish Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) and serving under the supervision of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (TCMB) since January 2020, Ozan Electronic Money became a member of the Interbank Card Center (BKM) and Troy as of 10 August 2021.

Suner: “BKM and Troy memberships are crucial steps that for Ozan Electronic Money”

Ozan Electronic Money CEO Ömer Suner said, “As Ozan Electronic Money, we have achieved another milestone by completing our Troy membership process, following our Visa and UnionPay memberships. We will undertake many significant projects with Troy, which is under the umbrella of BKM, and the projects we will carry out with BKM will make us stronger.”

About Ozan Electronic Money:

Launched with the aim of providing its users with the financial services of the future, Ozan Electronic Money is an electronic money organization that has been licensed by the Turkish Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) within the scope of the Law No. 6493 and has been maintaining all its activities under the supervision of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (TCMB) as of January 2020.

With its application named Ozan SuperApp, Ozan Electronic Money offers its users all kinds of financial products that allow them to perform transactions swiftly all around the world, including opening an account, money transfer, prepaid cards, and buying or selling precious metals. The application also aims to provide various other services that facilitate the daily activities of users, such as messaging applications, e-commerce, purchasing flight tickets and ordering groceries. The initiative, which is preparing to start operations in Britain, Europe and the US with its international licenses, currently has offices in Istanbul and London.