The single currency's slump may weigh on euro zone policymakers' minds, but the head of finance at one major Turkish firm said that some companies could use it to their benefit.
Sabanci Holding's finance chief told CNBC that he had converted the majority of the industrial and financial conglomerate's debts into euros a couple of years back, in a bet that the euro would fall substantially.
He turned out to be right—the euro has slumped by around 20 percent against the U.S. dollar since May 2014.
"From a company perspective, the euro getting much weaker is definitely good for us. We had some foresight and it turned out to be the right move," Chief Financial Officer Baris Oran told CNBC in London on Wednesday.