China moved to a more market-oriented economy in the late 1970s. Since then, it has become one of the world’s largest and fastest growing economic powers. Growth rates have averaged around 10% over the past 30 years, which have been supported by China’s dominance in the world export of goods. Due to this, both services and industry play a major part in the Chinese GDP. As China grows, so does its dependency on energy, urging it to start focusing on nuclear and alternative energy development.
ING started its banking operations in China in 1990. Our Beijing and Shanghai branches are primarily active in lending, financial markets and corporate finance in China, providing renminbi and foreign currency debt financing, trade & commodity finance as well as merger and acquisition advisory services to both local and international companies and institutions. We have a proven track-record with blue-chip international and China state-owned and private owned enterprises and financial institutions, providing a full range of products and services, including syndicated lending and a wide range of FM products for FX risk hedging, interest rate hedging and structured deposits.
Our experienced trade commodity finance team has profound knowledge of all structured finance products. This enables us to create customised multi-product solutions, assisting you with any financial needs you may have. We take our responsibilities seriously and commit fully to a proactive and client-focused partnership with all of our clients. So, if you are ready to take your company to the next level, please get in touch and tell us how we can help you.
- Massive growth over the past 30 years
- Integrated China/Hong Kong platform
- Proven track-record with blue-chip enterprises
- Access to our full range of financial products and services
- Seamless connectivity with our European franchise supported by the dedicated Asia Desk
- Proactive and customer-focused