Is economic and financial volatility the new normal? Find inspiration in our online magazine The View.

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Focus on our clients

Clients are at the heart of ING’s business. We have developed case studies to highlight how our unique collaborative approach results in partnerships with long-term benefits.

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Blockchain ins and outs

Blockchain has great potential to be a disruptive force in the financial sector - from payments to settlements to smart contracts and e-identity.

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Sibos 2016

Sibos, the premier business forum for the global financial community, was this year held in Geneva, Switzerland, from 26 till 29 September. On our Sibos page, you'll find several contributions of ING.

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Crisp and colourful

October, 2016

"Blue skies, very crisp weather and colourful sights - the leaves on the trees appear to be on fire once again as I landed in Minneapolis. 'On fire' is maybe not strong enough to describe the atmosphere around the ongoing US election debates...". A blog by Jeroen Plag, head of Client Coverage Americas, Asia & UK, ING, on a business trip in the US.

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Maurits Duynstee new head of Wholesale Banking NL

October, 2016

Maurits Duynstee has been appointed as the new head of Wholesale Banking in the Netherlands as from 1 November 2016. In this role, he will be responsible for Dutch clients from mid-corps through to multinationals, and for a broad range of product and coverage teams in the Dutch market.

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ING’s expertise on commodity markets valued in Dutch press

September, 2016

ING’s commodity experts are being quoted in the Dutch financial press and two recent articles on the latest meeting of OPEC member countries underscores the value of our expertise.

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New ING UK office officially opened

September, 2016

By opening its modern new London office at 8-10 Moorgate, ING UK shows its continued commitment to the City of London. The new office is staffed by a very international workforce of about 650 people, with 46 nationalities.

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Brexit: The calm before the storm?

September, 2016

There’s still considerable uncertainty surrounding Britain’s future relationship with the European Union, and even with the rest of the world, after people voted to leave the EU in a referendum in June. As the shock of the vote fades, ING Economists James Knightley and James Smith, look at what to expect over the coming months.

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ING introduces cross-border Virtual Cash Management

August, 2016

ING Wholesale Banking has launched Virtual Cash Management (VCM), a comprehensive digital cash management solution for corporates. VCM is designed to help treasury functions reach a next level of optimisation by facilitating centralised cash management with high cash visibility, access and control.

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Country trade view China

July, 2016

ING forecasts a gradual recovery of Chinese trade in the years to come, after the 2015 contraction. Exports are expected to recover within a year. For imports, it may take nearly three years to reach the 2014 level.

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ING’s green bond receives high ranking and awards

May, 2016

ING was awarded as ‘Biggest issuer’ and for ‘Bond of the year’ at Environmental Finance’s Green Bond Awards, a recognition of the bank’s role as leader in the sector and of its pioneering effort in raising awareness for green bonds. The award for ‘corporate bond of the year’ went to leading European electricity transmission system operator TenneT, for which ING was advisor and underwriter.

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Preparing for PSD2

April, 2016

In the whitepaper ‘Preparing for PSD2’, developed by Finextra and CA Technologies, the implications of the European Commission’s revised Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) are discussed. The aims are clear. It is designed to enhance consumer protection and convenience, improve the security of payment services and promote innovation and competition.

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