Award winning in Argentina

ING Americas 2018 award wins
ING in the Americas wins several deal awards in 2017
ING Wholesale Banking in

Argentina

In Latin America, ING Wholesale Banking provides a comprehensive range of financial products and services to domestic and international corporate and institutional clients through our offices in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico.

ING’s Buenos Aires office delivers international trade and export finance in Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay, providing financial advisory and support customised to the needs of each client and transaction. Clients are primarily subsidiaries and joint ventures of major multinational commodity companies and large and medium-sized TCF companies that are active in originating, processing, managing logistics, and trading in raw materials.

 

Important note

If you are a victim of any type of fraud involving ING Argentina or suspect a fraud involving ING Argentina, please contact us through the e-mail fraudreport.argentina@ing.com.

We have become aware that unauthorized third parties have improperly used the name and other information related to ING ( ING Bank N.V., ING BANK N.V. Argentina Branch.) to offer services.

ING Argentina only works with large corporations and clarifies that:

  • It does not offer any loan for individual, small and medium companies in Argentina
  • It does not solicit advanced payment for any of its services

ING Argentina reinforces that it has no knowledge or participation in the aforementioned events and that it has already taken the appropriate measures for cessation of improper use of its name and brand.


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