“We understand payments – all payments”

ING is one of the first global banks to build a strategic partnership with a fintech, making it a frontrunner in the innovative and rapidly changing payments space. By working closely with Payvision, a global omnichannel payment provider, we can now respond even faster to the fast pace of online payments.

New digital payment methods are appearing all the time, facilitating a raft of international online business opportunities. Together with Payvision, we can now offer our clients more than 80 online and offline payment methods in over 150 currencies worldwide, enabling them to make the most of international opportunities.


“We believe collaboration with fintechs is key to improving the customer experience by making banking personal, instant, relevant and seamless.” - Evelien Witlox, global head Payments & Cards, ING

Agility, tech focus and trust

These innovative solutions offer clients the best of both worlds – the experience of an established, global bank they know they can trust, plus the agility and tech focus of a fintech. Customers can pay the way that suits them, via any channel – including social media, any device, and at any location. It’s their choice.


More payment solutions

In addition, ING can offer value-added services such as real-time, cross-channel analytics to boost sales, as well as tools to help counter fraud. Reliable, global and growing, the range of payment solutions now available to business clients ensures they are equipped to be and stay one step ahead in the dynamic payments marketplace.


About Payvision

Payvision is a fast growing, independent international card acquirer and payments platform, connecting payment service providers and their global merchants. Founded in 2002 in the Netherlands, it serves its clients from offices in 10 cities in the US, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. In 2015, Payvision launched next-generation payment services to address the omni-channel and cross-border payments needs of merchants. In January 2018, ING reached an agreement to acquire a 75% stake in Payvision.