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We support your ambitions with our strong global network and superior sector expertise. No matter where you are in the world, our network of experts offer you a seamless local experience with a global view. ING Wholesale Banking is located with offices in many different countries and areas.

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We’re small enough to know each other personally, yet big enough to make a difference in the markets and sectors we operate in. We trust each other and help you connect the dots by providing consistency and expertise at every turn. 

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* We don't have a banking license in the US and aren't permitted to conduct banking activities there. Through our wholly owned subsidiary ING Financial Holdings Corporation and its affiliates, we offer a full array of products and services such as lending, corporate finance to our corporate and institutional clients.

Global and local insights that may be relevant for you

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Why short term financial stresses could actually de-stress the ECB in the long run

Peaks in systemic stress generally result in recession and lower inflation down the line, making the work of the European Central Bank easier. So far, we have not seen stress reach worrying levels, meaning that we expect the ECB to continue to hike at the next two meetings.

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THINK aloud: Emerging markets remain resilient amid uncertainty

Emerging markets should see stronger economic growth than their developed market peers in the coming two years, and could prove relatively resilient to a long list of global challenges.

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Explore more global and local insights with ING Think

ING Think has economists and strategists all over the world who write about their dedicated region. We will tell you what’s happening – and is likely to happen – in the world of global markets.