1 Annual Report 2009
2 Contents Presentation 2 Mission, Vision, Objectives 3 Corporate Profile 6 Key Highlights 8 Bank Asya s Standing in the Industry 10 Bank Asya s Growth Strategy 14 History 16 Changes in Capital and Shareholder Structure During the Reporting Period 20 A Message from Tahsin Tekoğlu 21 A Message from the Board of Directors 24 A Message from Ünal Kabaca 25 CEO s Message 30 Macroeconomic Overview and the Banking Sector 36 Assessment of Bank Asya s Activities in Corporate Social Responsibility 51 Subsidiaries and Affiliates 52 Independent Auditors Compliance Opinion on Annual Report Information on Management and Corporate Governance Practices 54 Board of Directors 56 Statutory Auditors 58 Senior Management 60 Organization Chart 62 Committees 64 Summary Annual Report 66 Human Resources 68 Transaction Volume of the Risk Group of the Bank, Outstanding Loan and Deposit Balances and Current Income and Expense Amounts 69 Corporate Governance Principles Compliance Report 76 The bank s Profit Distribution Policy 76 Proposal to Distribute Bank Asya 2009 Year Profits Ordinary General Meeting Agenda 78 Explanatory notes concerning the items on the 2009 Ordinary General Meeting Agenda Assessment on Financial Information and Risk Management 80 Concise Statutory Auditors Report 81 5-Year Summary Financial Information Including the Reporting Period 82 Financial Standing, Profitability, and Debt Service Ability 82 Assessment of the Audit Committee s Internal Systems and Their Operation 84 Information About Internal System Unit Managersr 85 Risk Management Policies Being Implemented According to Risk Types 87 Credit Ratings and Reports 88 Independent Auditors Report for the Year January 1, 2009 December 31, Independent Auditors Report, Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes for the Year Ended December 31, Branches
3 Bank Asya Annual Report Innovation and strong growth Although Bank Asya is the youngest participation bank, it has achieved a solid and respected position as the sector s fastest growing participant. The Bank is firmly committed to a strategy of sound and sustained growth, and has made it an integral part of its corporate structure. As the first participation bank to go public, Bank Asya continuously develops its product and service line up in order to meet changing needs and expectations of its customers in retail, commercial, corporate and enterprise banking business lines. Bank Asya will continue to enhance its brand value gained in domestic and international markets as an example of active participation bank with innovation and unique growth dynamics.
4 2 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 Mission To contribute to shareholder value and Turkish economy by developing modern banking services within the framework of interest-free banking principles and satisfying customer needs and expectations with a different solutions for different expectations approach Vision To be a respected, trusted, and effective bank that provides service at world standards through the products that it develops. Bank Asya s Objectives To be one of the leading interest-free banks. (According to 2008 results it ranked 520th in terms of shareholders equity.) To be the bank with the highest brand value in Turkey. To rank in the forefront of companies where highly qualified professionals would strive to work. To increase its market share. To be a bank that pioneers innovations in its sector. To sustain the support of social responsibility projects such as social activities and sports.
5 Bank Asya Annual Report Corporate Profile Having commenced activities in 1996 as Asya Finans, Turkey s sixth private finance house, Bank Asya has since then achieved a strong and respected position as the banking industry s fastest-growing actor even though it is the sector s newest participation bank entry. Bank Asya is firmly committed to a strategy of sound and sustainable growth, which it has made an integral part of its corporate structure. As the first participation bank in Turkey to go public in order to establish a solid and broad capital base, Bank Asya launched a 23% initial public offering in As of end-2009, 50.9% of the bank s capital was publicly held. Supported by a multi-shareholder, domestically-financed capital structure, Bank Asya increased its paid-in capital to TRY 900 million in Bank Asya continuously develops its product and service lineup in order to meet the changing needs and expectations of its customers with a proactive approach in the retail banking, commercial banking, corporate banking, and enterprise banking business lines. As the first participation bank in Turkey to be awarded ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System certification, Bank Asya seeks to reinforce its market share by making an ever greater effort to: Develop interest-free banking products and come up with new derivative products in this field. Adapt widely used banking products into the interest-free banking system. In keeping with its principle of investing in the future, Bank Asya invests both in people and in technology. It deploys advanced technology in order to continuously strengthen the momentum of its own growth by supporting youthful, dynamic, and development-focused human resources who identify with its corporate values. In 2009 Bank Asya s AsyaCard DIT product received both the Best Cash Displacement Initiative award in the Visa Europe Best Card & Payment Sector Awards and the Cards & Payments Organization s Best New Credit Card Product Launch award. Having expanded the scope of its delivery network through investments in technological infrastructure and alternative distribution channels in addition to its 158 branches, Bank Asya has been particularly successful in gaining increasingly more frequent recognition in recent years for the innovative payment system products that it has introduced. AsyaCard DIT (Europe s most advanced contactless credit card) and DIT Pratik (Turkey s first prepaid contactless bank card), both of which have been made available for the use of the bank s customers, are but two examples of how Bank Asya continues to distinguish itself in the market. Bank Asya regards social involvement as an aspect of being a productive and profitable bank whose importance goes beyond the purely economic and financial dimensions. For this reason, it defines its strategic goals out of its awareness that its own sustainability can only be achieved by creating more value for all of its stakeholders. Transforming a business model which is based on supporting the real sector and production and which is informed by the fundamental principles of interest-free banking into an effective example of participation banking through its management competencies, funding practices, risk and quality policies, innovativeness, and unmatched growth dynamics, Bank Asya will continue to enhance the brand value that it has achieved in its national market and in the international arena. In 2009 Bank Asya increased the number of its branches from 149 to 158 with the addition of nine new ones located outside İstanbul.
6 4 Bank Asya Annual Report month rise in cash loans: 30.9% 12-month rise in deposits: 56.4% Maintaining a solid capital structure, Bank Asya increased its capital adequacy ratio to 14.45% in Trustworthiness, sustained growth, effective risk management, business continuity, and productivity are all Bank Asya s top strategic priorities. 22.2% Posting a 22.2% rate of profitability in 2009, Bank Asya s standing as the most profitable participation bank in Turkey has been unchallenged for the last three years in a row. 43.2% DIT Pratik, Turkey s first prepaid contactless bank card, was the undisputed leader of its category in With nearly 51% of its stock publicly held, Bank Asya is committed to strict compliance with corporate governance principles in its ongoing efforts to maximize fulfillment of its responsibilities towards its shareholders and all other stakeholders. 51% publicly held Extraordinary growth in total assets In the year to end-2009, Bank Asya s total assets grew 43.2% and reached TRY 11.6 billion. This growth in the bank s assets was nourished primarily by its loans.
7 Bank Asya Annual Report Goal To be a model bank along all three axes of quality, productivity, and profitability.
8 6 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 The leader of participation banking During 2009 Bank Asya sustained both its growth and its profitability in line with its identified targets thanks to its solid capital base and to its evenhanded balance sheet structure. Bank Asya remained the leader of participation banks in Turkey in 2009 in terms of total assets, total loans, non-cash loans, deposits, and net profit. It registered above sector average growth as measured by total assets, total loans, and total deposits. Total Assets (TRY billion) Shareholders Equity (TRY billion) Net Period Profit (TRY million) % % %
9 Bank Asya Annual Report Key Highlights Key Financial Highlights (TRY thousand) Change (%) Total Assets 8,108,829 11,608, Cash Loans (*) 6,381,322 8,355, Deposits 5,842,821 9,136, Shareholders Equity 1,403,692 1,707, Paid-in Capital 900, , Non-cash Loans 10,215,415 8,885,977 (13.0) Net Period Profit 246, , th In the third quarter of 2009, Bank Asya stood in 14th position among Turkey s largest banks on the basis of its total assets. Information on Branches and Personnel Change (%) Number of Branches Number of Personnel 3,806 4, Key Financial Ratios (%) Cash Loans/Total Assets Deposits/Total Assets Cash Loans/Deposits Return on Equity Return on Assets Capital Adequacy Ratio Shareholders Equity/Total Assets (*) including leasing receivables. Assets Composition (%) Liabilities Composition (%) Income Composition (%) Liquid Assets Cash Loans Fixed Assets Others Deposits Borrowings Shareholders Equity Other Net Profit Share Income Net Commissions Other Income
10 8 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 Bank Asya s Standing in the Industry Total Assets-Change (%) Cash Loans-Change (%) Deposits-Change (%) Shareholders Equity-Change (%) Net Period Profit-Change (%) Non-cash Loans-Change (%) (1) 10 (13) Total Loans-Change (%) Non-performing Loans- Change (%) Provisions-Change (%)
11 Bank Asya Annual Report Number of Personnel-Change (%) 7 7 Number of Branches-Change (%) 6 6 Bank Asya Participation Banks Deposit Banks Banking Industry 3 2 0,43 1 Total Assets (%) Shareholders Equity (%) Net Period Profit/Loss (%) Loans (%) Deposits (%) Number of Branches (%) Number of Personnel (%) Bank Asya Other Participation Banks
12 10 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 Bank Asya s Growth Strategy Bank Asya successfully reflected its growth strategy in its 2009 results through the implementation of its insightful processes and practices. Bank Asya shapes its strategies around the underlying goal of being one of the most important brands in the participation banking business line not just in Turkey but throughout the world. Acting in line with the principles of sustainable growth whose aim is to achieve this underlying goal, the bank focuses on creating more value not just for the economy but for society as a whole. Bank Asya is committed to being a model bank along all three axes of quality, productivity, and profitability. It invests in both technology and people in order to make its proactive, customer-focused service philosophy a reality in all aspects. Bank Asya is a transparent bank which continuously improves its processes and systems in line with the requirements of the day and which embodies the very best of corporate governance principles and practices. Effective resource management Solid capital base 14.45% capital adequacy ratio (Tier 1) Rapid increase in deposits 56.4% rise in deposits (13th in sector) Longer average terms on deposits 100+ day average deposit maturity Effective High liquidity Sustainably high profitability Effective credit and risk management Deeper customer relations Increased diversity in loans High rate of NPL recovery Lower NPL ratio Increased loan loss reserves Effective product and brand management Growth in innovative products Greater brand awareness (Sponsorships and effective advertising and promotion) 106.2% rise in liquid assets 22.2% increase in net profit 19.4% return on equity 30.9% growth in cash loans 13th in cash loans 5.3% ratio of NPL/cash loans 2.6% ratio of NPL/total loans 70.7% NPL coverage AsyaCard DIT: Leader of the contactless card market with two international awards 25% rise in credit card turnover 10th in sector with 1.5 million credit cards High profile with Bank Asya 1st League (Soccer league) Success
13 Bank Asya Annual Report Bank Asya s Competitive Advantages Leader among participation banks as measured by total assets, deposits, loans, and profitability Experienced in crisis management Qualified young staff Customers trust Bank Asya Dynamic, growing structure Fast and efficient technology deployment Leader in innovation Strong team spirit and sense of identity throughout the bank Bank Asya s Strategic Orientation in Trustworthiness, stable growth, effective risk management, business continuity, and productivity are Bank Asya s top strategic priorities. Having clearly and explicitly defined its objectives in line with its corporate vision, Bank Asya groups its strategies to achieve those objectives under four main headings: Financial Operational excellence Stakeholders Personnel & progression In the same way, Bank Asya has laid out a five-year roadmap whose course is defined by these strategies. Sustainable growth and profitability Strengthen financial structure Targets concerning subsidiaries and affiliates Increase use of technology Increase effectiveness of business processes Increase effectiveness of risk management practices FINANCIAL OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE STABLE GROWTH EFFECTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT TRUST PRODUCTIVITY BUSINESS CONTINUITY PERSONNEL & PROGRESSION STAKEHOLDERS Increase employees knowledge levels Increase employees communication effectiveness and competencies Broaden strategy- and performance-focused management Maximize customer satisfaction Offer different solutions capable of addressing different customer expectations Ensure sustainable dividend payment to shareholders
14 12 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 Asya Finans Kurumu AŞ (Asya Private Finance House Inc) commences operation on 24 October Asya Finans is brought within the scope of the Banks Act The Asya Finans online branch goes into service. Alo Asya ( ) telephone banking services are launched. 2004
15 Bank Asya Annual Report Highly impressive performance Bank Asya is cited in The Banker magazine s list of the world s 1,000 biggest banks for its highly impressive performance The new headquarters building goes into service AsyaCard DIT (Europe s most advanced contactless credit card) and DIT Pratik (Turkey s first prepaid contactless bank card) are made available for the use of the bank s customers. With an IPO in which 23% of its shares are snapped up due to recordbreaking demand, Bank Asya goes public th year It is decided to continue Asya Finans s operations as Bank Asya. Originally founded with TRY 2 million in capital, Bank Asya commenced operation on 24 October 1996 with its main branch located in the Altunizade district of İstanbul. Now in its 13th year, it is a strongly funded bank with a capital of TRY 900 million.
16 14 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 The youngest and fastest-growing Having commenced operation in 1996 as Asya Finans, Turkey s sixth private finance house, Bank Asya has since then achieved a strong and respected position as the banking industry s fastest-growing actor even though it is the sector s newest participation bank entry.
17 Bank Asya Annual Report History 1996 Originally founded with TRY 2 million in capital, Asya Finans Kurumu AŞ (Asya Private Finance House Inc) commences operation on 24 October 1996 with its main branch located in the Altunizade district of İstanbul The number of branches reaches Asya Finans launches the Asya Finans credit card for its customers. The number of branches reaches Asya Finans is brought within the scope of the Banks Act. The company s paid-in capital is increased to TRY 10 million The Asya Finans online branch goes into service. The number of branches reaches The Association of Private Finance Houses is set up and a Guarantee Fund is formed. The company s paid-in capital is increased to TRY 20 million The company launches an installment-based credit card and the ASYA24 ATM network for its customers. Regulations concerning the Private Finance House Private Current and Participation Account Guarantee Fund go into effect on September 18th. The company s paid-in capital is increased to TRY 40 million. The number of branches reaches Asya Finans is licensed by the finance ministry to accept tax payments. Asya Finans customers begin making credit card payments and money transfers through online PTT offices located all over the country. Asya Finans joins the VISA system on October 24th. The company s paid-in capital is increased to TRY 40 million. The number of branches reaches Alo Asya ( ) telephone banking services for retail and corporate customers are launched. The company undergoes a headquarters reorganization in which the number of units is increased to 24. Asya Finans joins the Joint Point system, enabling its customers to access their accounts from any of more than 2,400 Joint Point ATM units located all over the country. The company s paid-in capital is increased to TRY 120 million. The number of branches reaches As a result of amendments in the Banks Act, private finance houses are given a year s time during which they must bring themselves into compliance with participation bank status. Control of the Guarantee Fund is turned over to the Savings Deposit Insurance Fund. Asya Finans Kurumu AŞ is reincorporated as Asya Katılım Bankası AŞ. (Asya Participation Bank Inc) and it is decided to continue Asya Finans s operations as Bank Asya. The company s paid-in capital is increased to TRY 240 million. The number of branches reaches Bank Asya increases its paid-in capital to TRY 300 million as a result of an initial public offering in which 23% of its shares are snapped up due to record-breaking demand. Bank Asya begin trading on the İstanbul Stock Exchange under the ASYAB ticker symbol on May 12th. Heavy trading in the company s shares qualifies it for inclusion in the ISE-50 index of most-traded shares by the end of the same year. Bank Asya celebrates its 10th year in the financial services industry. The number of branches reaches Continued heavy trading in ASYAB shares results in their inclusion in the ISE-30 index. The company s new headquarters building in the Ümraniye district of İstanbul goes into service. The number of branches reaches Bank Asya becomes a named sponsor of the Turkish Football Federation 1st League. The company undergoes a headquarters reorganization in which the number of units is increased to 40. AsyaCard DIT (Europe s most advanced contactless credit card) and DIT Pratik (Turkey s first prepaid contactless bank card) are made available for the use of the bank s customers. With the launching of the first transportation system project in the city of Kahramanmaraş in southeastern Turkey, people begin using AsyaCard DIT to pay bus fares. The company s paid-in capital is increased to TRY 900 million. The number of branches reaches The number of cities in which municipal bus fares can be paid using AsyaCard DIT reaches four with the introduction of the system in Karabük, Balıkesir, and Bolu. AsyaCard DIT receives both the Best Cash Displacement Initiative award in the Visa Europe Best Card & Payment Sector Awards and the Cards & Payments Organization s Best New Credit Card Product Launch award. The AsyaCard website located at www. asyacard.com.tr receives the Best in Class award from Interactive Media. Bank Asya signs a strategic partnership agreement with the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), an agency of the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), and becomes a shareholder in Tamweel Africa Holding SA, a Senegal-based company that engages in interest-free banking in Africa. The number of branches reaches 158. Bank Asya is cited in The Banker magazine s list of the world s 1,000 biggest banks for its highly impressive performance.
18 16 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 Changes in Capital and Shareholder Structure During the Reporting Period 255 Bank Asya has a broadbased, multi-shareholder, domestically-financed capital structure. The closely-held portion of the company s capital was divided among 255 shareholders who are the direct owners of preference shares. Bank Asya s shareholder structures at the beginning and end of 2009 are shown in the table below. 1 Jan 2009 % 31 Dec 2009 % Group A (preference shares) 360,000, ,000, Group B (not traded on ISE) 130,504, ,014, Group B (traded on ISE) 409,495, ,985, Total 900,000, ,000, Shareholding interests held by Chairman and members of the Board of Directors, CEO and Executive Vice Presidents Statements concerning the shareholding interests belonging to the Chairman and members of the Board of Directors, CEO and Executive Vice Presidents as shown in its shareholders register as of 31 December 2009 are presented below. Title Name/Surname Ownership in the bank (%) Chairman Tahsin Tekoğlu (*) Board Members Cemil Özdemir (**) Tacettin Negiş (***) Salih Sarıgül Ahmet Çelik Murat Sungurlu Board Member and CEO Ünal Kabaca (**) Executive Vice Presidents Ayhan Keser Mustafa Büyükateş - Yusuf İzzettin İmre - Buket Gereçci - Dr. Mahmut Demirkan - Ali Tuğlu - Group Manager Salim Köse - Statutory Auditors Ali Akbulut Atıf Bilgin İrfan Hacıosmanoğlu (*) Tahsin TEKOĞLU resigned from both his seat on the Board of Directors and his position as Chairman of the Board of Directors as of 12 February Behçet AKYAR was elected to replace him as : Chairman of the Board of Directors while İsmail Erol İŞBİLEN was elected to serve both as director and Audit Committee member. (**) Ünal KABACA resigned from both his seat on the Board of Directors and his position as CEO as of 28 January Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors Cemil ÖZDEMİR was elected to replace him as CEO while Behçet AKYAR was elected to a seat on the board. (***) Tacettin NEGİŞ was elected to serve as a member of the Audit Committee as of 12 February 2010.
19 Bank Asya Annual Report Names and Shareholding Interests of Shareholders Who Own Qualified Shares The names of ultimate controlling real-person shareholders who are registered in Bank Asya s shareholders register as of 31 December 2009 and whose direct and indirect ownership of Group A preference shares entitles them to designate candidates to fill seats on the Board of Directors and Audit Committee as per articles 32 and 49 of the articles of association are presented below. (*) (**) Share in No Name/Surname the Bank (%) 1 Işıl Abay Adem Acar Lutfi Acet Ali Açıl Elif Adıyaman Kazım Afşar Ali Ağaç Recep Ağaç Yalçın Akarsu Ali Akbulut Cemil Akbulut Fikri Akbulut Hakan Cem Akbulut Mustafa Akbulut Şükran Akbulut Mehmet Akçay Ahmet Akgül Zeki Murat Akhan Ali Akın Adnan Aksoylar Erol Aktürk Nuri Alım Fehim Arıcı Hüsamettin Arlı Mehmet Artukaslan Mustafa Atçı Zehra Aydın Aydan Aydın Sağlık Erdal Babadağ Recep Bahtiyar Nüsret Barış Zübeyir Barış Ziya Başcı Ahmet Başoğlu Arif Başoğlu Share in No Name/Surname the Bank (%) 36 Tuncay Baydak Bahri Bayram M. Salih Bayram Mehmet Emin Bayram A. Selçuk Berksan Ahmet Levent Berksan Ayse Tülin Berksan Bülent Berksan Fatma Emine Berksan Mehmet Sinan Berksan Mehmet Berksan Ömer Faruk Berksan Atıf Bilgin Mustafa Bilgin Ayşe İfakat Bilginoğlu Elif Bilginoğlu Faruk Bilginoğlu Ömer Bilginoğlu Rıfat Bilginoğlu Nur Bilginoğlu Anaç Osman Nuri Bora Ali İhsan Bostan Turan Boztepe E. Altan Bursal S. Atilla Bursal Aykut Büyükekşi Yavuz Canikli Mustafa Cemaloğlu Halil İbrahim Ceylan Kadir Ceylan Hakkı Coşkun Mehmet Coşkun Abdurrahman Çakar Hadi Çakar Mustafa Çakar Share in No Name/Surname the Bank (%) 71 Sadi Çakar Şerafettin Çakar İbrahim Çakır Ahmet Hamdi Çakmaz Ahmet Çelik Ahmet Çelik Hüseyin Çelik Mustafa Çelik Ömer Lütfi Çelik Saffet Çerçi Doğan Çetin Cengiz Çırak İsmail Cem Çitak Cahit Değerli Mustafa Demir Yüksel Demirci Duygu Demirel Zeki Demirtaş Kamil Dere Niyazi Dere Ethem Dizdar Mehmet Semih Doğan Hüseyin Duğral Mustafa Duğral Nuri Duman Yusuf Durmuş Soner Eken Mehmet Eldem Kemal Elibal Yalçın Ercan Nurettin Eroğlu Yavuz Eroğlu Mehmet Şevki Erol Avni Ertansel Mehmet Fayik Esen (*) In the case of shareholders who are corporate entities, the real-person ultimate controlling individuals have been identified as persons holding indirect shareholding interests in the bank. (**) The shareholding interests of Group A shareholders which are less than 1/100,000 are represented as 0.
20 18 Bank Asya Annual Report 2009 Changes in Capital and Shareholder Structure During the Reporting Period Share in No Name/Surname the Bank (%) 106 Sabri Esen Ahmet Evci M. Abdulcebbar Ezgin Memet Fırat Adnan Osman Güldaş Yılmaz Güldaş Ali Gülen İlhami Gülen Mehmet Gülen Sadık Gülen Yusuf Gülen Faik Gün Emine Gündüz Rıdvan Güngör Cemil Gürleroğlu Fevzi Gürses Hüseyin Güzel İrfan Hacıosmanoğlu Mehmet Emin Hasırcılar Derviş İnce Ünal Kabaca Eyyup Kadıoğlu Makbule Kadıoğlu Mehmet Murat Kadıoğlu Mehmet Kafarcı Mevlüt Kaklık Cemal Kalafat Ayhan Kalaycı Erhan Kalaycı Muammer İhsan Kalkavan Kamil Kandemir Mehmet Emin Kara Müyesser Karadayı Gülsüm Betül Karagöz Sami Karahan Maksut Karakaya Murat Karakaya Sadık Mutlu Karakaya Salih İhsan Karakaya Fahri Karatay Hasan Karatay Share in No Name/Surname the Bank (%) 147 Celal Karayol Emre Katırcı Mehmet Katırcı Mustafa Şevki Kavurmacı A. İskender Kaya Adem Kaya Ali İhsan Kaya Alpaslan Kaya Aynihal Kaya Bayram Kaya Celal Kaya Cengiz Kaya Coşkun Kaya Etem Kaya Gül Kaya Gülten Kaya Hakan Kaya Halit Kaya Hasan Kaya Hayati Kaya Hayri Kaya İlgül Kaya İskender Kaya İslam Kaya İsmail Hakkı Kaya Nesrin Kaya Şenay Kaya Şükrü Kaya T. Bayram Kaya Kadir Kayalı Hüseyin Kayıkçıoğlu Hasan Keklik Kenan Kelekçi Ayhan Keser Vildane Kılıç Hasan Kırgöz İsmail Kırgöz Nail Kıygın Mesut Kızılhisar Mustafa Koç Mehmet Nevzat Koçak Share in No Name/Surname the Bank (%) 188 Mehmet Salih Konakçı Abdulkadir Konukoğlu Abdurrahman Kopuz Musa Korkmaz Mustafa Aydın Koyuncu Metin Kulaberoğlu Burhan Kurt Hasan Kurt Turan Kurt Yalçın Atilla Kurtuluş Avni Kuşol Hasan Kuşol Hüseyin Kuşol Mesut Kuşol Selahaddin Kuşol Hasan Kutlutaş Kamil Yavuz Malkatan Cengiz Manav Ahmet Metin Ahmet Mutafoğlu İlhami Negiş Nermin Negiş Tacettin Negiş Kemal Övün Fazlı Özalp Abdullah Özata Adnan Özata Ahmet Özata Erol Özata Hürriyet Özata Mustafa Özata Yakup Özata Ramis Özaydın Mustafa Özaydınlık Şükrü Murat Özcan Cemil Özdemir İdris Özdemir Mustafa Kemal Özdemir Recep Özdemir İsmail Özen Enver Özeren