In our experience, financial services have an important role to play in creating a healthy and sustainable world - not just by trying to be more sustainable ourselves by reducing our direct footprint, but also in the choices we make in lending, investing and the services we offer to our clients. Sustainability is integrated directly into the core of our business strategy.
First sustainability improvement derivative for SBM Offshore
ING introduced the world’s first sustainability improvement derivative, with a credit spread linked to sustainability performance. The SID is being provided to SBM Offshore in connection with its US$1 billion, five-year revolving credit facility.Read the article
EUR 300m to finance green shipping
ING and the European Investment Bank (EIB) signed an agreement to support green investments for the European shipping market for a total value of EUR 300m.Read the article
Charting a course for cleaner oceans
Marine shipping pollution is set to fall in the coming years as new initiatives and financing make an impact.Read the article in The View
‘Greening’ the shipping sector
ING and the European Investment Bank (EIB) provide Dutch shipping company Spliethoff with €110 million to make its fleet less polluting.Read the article
Turning reservoirs into 'energy batteries'
Renewable energy is the next big thing powering Singapore and Asean, according to Erwin Maspolim, head of Utilities, Power & Renewables, Asia Pacific, ING.Read the article
Why sustainability is Asia’s future
Asia Pacific is at the beginning of a journey that will increasingly see environmental, social and governance factors considered alongside economic drivers when decisions are made by governments, corporates and citizens.Read the article
ING seals first green loan for rooftop solar projects in ASEAN
ING has added another 'first' to its growing portfolio of sustainable finance deals in the region by sealing the first green loan in ASEAN that is compliant with LMA/APLMA Green Loan Principles for a portfolio of rooftop solar projects.Read the article