This case discusses the digitalization strategies of a leading bank in Turkey, Akbank, and how to position its digital banking products going forward. The Turkish banking industry was undergoing a transformation prompted by the demands of the country’s digitally savvy, young population, and by new regulations on consumer banking that threatened banks’ profitability. Akbank had a legacy as the best financial services company in Turkey, but it knew it needed to innovate to maintain that reputation in the digital era. The bank’s chairman, CEO, and EVP of digital banking unit were evaluating their options. Should they have a separate P&L for the digital banking unit? Should they create a separate brand for digital banking? How should they structure digital banking so Akbank would remain profitable while achieving the vision for innovation and growth laid out by the bank’s chairman?