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 Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico.
ING’s São Paulo office delivers local and international financial products and services, including Financial Markets, Structured Finance, Trade and Project Finance to both local and international companies operating in Brazil, including loans in BRL, USD, and EUR.
Our long-term commitment to Brazil has given us deep knowledge and a proven track record in the country’s strongest and most active sectors including agriculture, metals & mining, oil & gas, food & beverage, utilities, infrastructure and financial institutions.
We have become aware that unauthorized third parties have improperly used the name and other information related to ING Bank N.V., ING BANK N.V. São Paulo Branch and ING Corretora de Câmbio e Títulos S.A. ("ING Brazil"), such as CNPJ (Tax ID), e-mails and logos.
These actions include telephone calls, e-mails, contracts in hard copy, internet tools such as loan offering websites and goods and service commerce websites, among others.
ING clarifies that:
- Does not offer any loan directly or indirectly by means of any person or organization for individual, retired, self-employed people, small and medium companies in Brazil. ING Brazil has only relationship with large corporations;
- Does not solicit advance payment for purchase of goods or hire of services negotiated through the internet and, likewise, does not solicit proof of shipment of these ones, not even if a so-called involved party has a bank account opened at any ING branch abroad;
- Does not send e-mails alleging cooperation with Interpol, FBI or any similar entity;
- Does not send e-mails with extension AOL, EUROPE, etc.
ING Brazil reinforces that it has no knowledge or participation in the aforementioned events and that it has already taken the appropriate measures, including legal actions, for cessation of improper use of its information, name and brand.
If necessary, please, contact ING Brazil for further clarification through ING-Brasil@ing.com