We are one of the biggest shipping financiers in the UK. Our global shipping portfolio is managed from London, with dedicated shipping teams in Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Singapore.
Our business encompasses advisory, financial markets, lending and payments services that provide our bank and non-bank clients access to ING’s global network.
Our team of real estate experts help our clients originate, structure and manage their real estate investments.
Our infrastructure team is a multi-product business, covering the full spectrum of infrastructure activity across EMEA.
Client Sector Coverage
We build long-term partnerships with FTSE 100 UK corporates who are looking for a bank that combines creative ideas and solutions with seamless execution. Together with our product specialists, we work on capital allocation and risk parameters, product capabilities and client satisfaction.
We are active in M&A, capital structuring and restructuring with a focus on balance sheet optimisation through integrated financing solutions.
We provide financial markets access to our clients so they can hedge their risks, attract market funding or seek investment opportunities.
We work with a range of top-tier private equity funds to provide our clients with acquisition financing across several countries.
Loan Capital Markets
Loan Capital Markets (LCM) is a global Originate-to-Distribute business focused on the origination, structuring and negotiation of syndicated loans in the primary market covering all of ING’s Origination Units. With the Financial Markets’ Distribution Sales team, distributes Syndicated Loans into the primary syndicated loan market.
We provide payment, collection and account reporting services for every purpose. We also partner with fintechs to provide seamless account access and payment solutions to multinationals to their accounts wherever they are based.
Our values and culture
Creating a differentiating experience starts with ING’s culture: entrepreneurial, open, collaborative, innovative and energetic. Who we are and how we work are set out in our Orange Code. With integrity above all, the Orange Code is our manifesto describing the values and behaviours that define us and what it means to be ING. Our values are the non-negotiable promises we make to ourselves, partners and clients: we are honest, we are prudent, and we are responsible.
Our sustainability direction
We believe sustainable business is better business and focus on forward-thinking companies that are driving change to become more sustainable. In the UK we have helped clients with Green Bonds and Sustainability Improvement Loans in a number of sectors. In 2021, we joined the Net-Zero Banking Alliance in support of achieving a world with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. We’ll now use our Terra approach to steer our loan book towards keeping the rise in global temperatures to a maximum of 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2050.
Our innovation direction
We have a knack for turning great ideas into products and services that clients need. Our Innovation Fund invests in and partners with fintechs via ING Ventures, as well as developing our own in-house initiatives using our unique innovation method, PACE. Our four labs in Amsterdam, Brussels, London and Singapore partner with others to bring disruptive ideas to market by combining our knowledge and network with their skills.
ING Bank N.V., London branch. Registered in England at 8-10 Moorgate London EC2R 6DA. No. BR000341. Branch of ING Bank N.V., which is authorised and regulated by the Dutch Central Bank. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority. Subject to regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and limited regulation by the Prudential Regulation Authority. Details about the extent of our regulation by the Prudential Regulation Authority are available from us on request. ING Bank N.V. is a public company incorporated with limited liability in the Netherlands and registered with the Amsterdam Chamber of Commerce under number 33031431, with its registered office at Bijlmerdreef 106, 1102 CT, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.