Gifa Holding PRESIDENT YUSUF KISA has revealed its intention to strengthen the company's business relationship with Africa and the Middle East by accelerating the transaction process for customers and opening offices in Algeria and Tunisia.
This unprecedented success of financial advice has been attributed mainly to its relevance to Middle Eastern countries such as Iran, Qatar and Dubai. Due to the suffering caused by the embargo, businessmen from all over Iran have been asking for financial rescue from GIFA to save their companies from failure.
Yusuf Kisa, who recently announced that GIFA had closed a total of 30 billion euros in loans last year, raised its total forecast for 2018 to 50 billion euros. "The agreements we have reached exceeded our highest expectations and we are working hard to maintain our position at the top of the financial market," he said.
Gifa holding to branch out and exceeding the highest expectations [/ caption]
While affirming that GIFA is closely linked to companies in Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt, Kisa announced: "We are increasing our representatives in Africa and the Middle East to make our transactions faster. like our offices in Iran. "GIFA also has a deluxe $ 12 million office in Northern Cyprus.
Kisa emphasized the importance of giving back to the community. He provided a large number of job opportunities in northern Cyprus. Also for his generous contributions to socially responsible projects on the island. Kisa said: "To date, we have rejected any request for help in our society, whether for charities, sponsorships or sponsorship fundraising we have taken." 2017 exceeded 2.5 million Turkish lira.
GIFA Holding is now stepping into the petroleum industry by purchasing an oil refinery company. This is a 5-star hotel and casino in Cyprus.
Financial Career of Yusuf Kisa
At the age of 27, Kisa started his financial career in Moscow and France. After just 10 months, his office in Moscow had a turnover of 25 million euros. His businesses in total have had a staggering turnover of 300 million euros. However, for Yusuf Kisa, this was not a point to stop or slow down. He expanded and opened the offices, too.
Kisa finally decided to return to his country, the north of Cyprus, which needed economic development and recognition. He started his business in Pyla, a village in Larnaca located in the buffer zone of the United Nations. Its new financial advisory office used more than 200 people and achieved a remarkable turnover of 2,000 million euros. The company offered all kinds of financial advice and products in the market. Of course, the financial guru Yusuf Kisa had a strategic reasoning to locate his business in Pyla.