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03 August 2023

ING posts 2Q2023 net result of €2,155 million

“The second quarter of 2023 was characterised by ongoing challenges, as economic sentiment weakened, geopolitical uncertainties persisted and inflation remained elevated - albeit less pronounced than in previous quarters,” said Steven van Rijswijk, CEO of ING. “In these circumstances, we continued to deliver strong results. The current interest rate environment drove income growth in both Retail and Wholesale Banking, with continued deposit inflows across our retail markets. Despite cooling economies, we had another quarter with lending growth and higher fee income.

03 March 2023

ING’s March monthly economic outlook: the search for a new equilibrium

Recent optimism may have been short-lived as a more prolonged period of subdued growth is anticipated in the eurozone, and the US economy is also expected to experience a significant slowdown. The major economies are still not in harmony, and it is unclear how they will achieve renewed balance.

February 2023: Finance News and Insights
13 February 2023

February 2023 Finance News and Insights Around the World

Stay up-to-date with ING News. Read the latest finance update for February 2023, covering energy markets, gas prices, inflation and more. This month, we explore the impact of the milder winter on energy markets, the positive effects of lower gas prices on consumers, the hopes for a Fed rescue due to easing inflation worries, the impact of weather on the eurozone, and the start of the rebound in China through consumption.

09 February 2023

ING awarded for leadership in Trade Finance

ING was named as the Best Bank for Trade Finance & Financial Supply Chain - Europe in the TMI Awards for Innovation & Excellence 2022 organised by Treasury Management International (TMI). The organisation highlighted ING’s achievements as well as our drive to support clients in an innovative way.

02 February 2023

ING posts FY2022 net result of €3,674 million

“Looking back, 2022 was an extraordinary year,” said ING CEO Steven van Rijswijk. “The outbreak of war in Ukraine – first and foremost an immense human tragedy – had a far-reaching impact on people’s lives, on societies and on economies, causing energy and price shocks and driving up inflation and interest rates. Despite the challenging operating conditions and lingering effects of Covid-19, we performed well."

04 July 2022

ING marks five-year anniversary of pioneering sustainability-linked financing

Sustainability-linked finance deals have become so commonplace in recent years that, on the face of it, there’s nothing remarkable about them anymore. And that’s perhaps the greatest measure of success you could want for this financial innovation that was launched by ING five years ago.

ING steps up renewable energy efforts and restricts financing of new oil & gas fields

24 March 2022

ING has worked hard over the years to build a power generation lending book that’s 60% renewables, outperforming by far the most ambitious climate goal of the Paris Agreement. Today we go a step further and announce that we aim to grow new financing of renewable energy by 50% by year-end 2025 and will no longer provide dedicated finance to new oil & gas fields.

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21 June 2022

Decarbonising aluminium: ING joins net-zero working group

What do buildings, boats, cars, planes, soda cans, mobile phones, computers, appliances and food packaging have in common? All are made with aluminium, a lightweight, recyclable and highly versatile metal that’s an unmissable part of our everyday lives.

11 December 2021

ING posts 3Q2021 net result of €1,367 million

“I’m pleased with our results in the third quarter,” said ING CEO Steven van Rijswijk. "We saw continued lending growth in mortgages, whereas loan demand from businesses was influenced by the economic effects of the Covid pandemic. We saw strong fee growth in account package fees, investment products and lending."

11 November 2021

What ING wants to see at COP26

All eyes are on Glasgow for the long-awaited global climate meeting known as COP26, which is taking place from 31 October to 12 November. ING CEO Steven van Rijswijk has referred to it as a ‘moment of truth’. The world is watching to see whether world leaders will align their countries’ emissions reduction strategies with what’s needed to meet global climate goals.

22 September 2021

ING makes another stride to decarbonise the shipping industry

ING has joined over 150 shipping industry leaders to urge world governments to deliver the policies that will supercharge shipping decarbonisation and make zero-emissions shipping the default choice by 2030.

17 September 2021

ING publishes first integrated climate report

ING today published our first integrated climate report, which for the first time gives one overview of all of the elements of our climate action approach.

12 August 2021

ING awarded for outstanding leadership in sustainable bonds and loans

ING is a two-time winner at Global Finance’s inaugural 2021 Sustainable Finance Awards, taking the top spot in the categories for Outstanding Leadership in Sustainable Bonds and in Sustainable Loans in the highly competitive Western Europe region.