Vak

VAK or Vak may refer to:

  • Vāk, Hindu goddess of speech
  • VAK (Visual Auditory Kinesthetic), a system of learning styles in NLP (neuro-linguistic programming)
  • Chevak Airport, Alaska (IATA Code: VAK)

Other articles related to "vak":

Turkish Women's Volleyball League - Champions
1989-1990 Emlak Bankası 1990-1991 Emlak Bankası 1991-1992 VakıfBank 1992-1993 VakıfBank 1993-1994 Eczacıbaşı 1994-1995 Eczacıbaşı 1995-1996 Emlak Bankası 1996-1997 VakıfBank 1997-1998 VakıfBank 1998-1999 ...
Vakıf Bank
... VakıfBank is the fifth (5th) largest bank in Turkey with its $46 billion in assets as of December 31, 2009 ... VakıfBank was founded on April 13, 1954 under the special law Türkiye Vakıflar Bankası Türk Anonim Ortaklığı Kanunu ... VakıfBank’s initial purpose was the management of the cash revenues and expenditures of the charitable foundations set up during the Ottoman Empire period ...
Aysun Özbek - Awards - Clubs
1997 Turkish Cup - Champion, with VakıfBank 1997 Turkish League - Champion, with VakıfBank 1998 Turkish Cup - Champion, with VakıfBank 1998 Turkish League - Champion, with VakıfBank 1998 CEV ...
Vakås Station
... Vakås Station (Norwegian Vakås holdeplass) is a railway station located at Vakås in Asker, Norway on Drammen Line ...
Vakıf Bank - History - 1990s
... In the early 1990s, VakıfBank increased the scope of its consumer lending and diversified its loan portfolio by broadening its lending practices to include equipment financing, enterprise loans, auto ... VakıfBank also laid the groundwork to become a leader in alternative distribution channels by introducing self-service banking, telephone banking, and a mobile bank branch office – a full-service branch office on ... VakıfBank was the first in Turkey to offer payment services by credit card over the telephone ...