Award winning in United Arab Emirates

ING Global Bank of the Year 2016 (The Banker)
ING Wholesale Banking in

the United Arab Emirates / Dubai

Dubai, one of the 7 emirates comprising the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is the Middle East’s commercial and financial capital. Dubai has historically been hub of trade between the Arab world, the Indian sub-continent, Iran, and East Africa. Due to its limited oil resources, Dubai focused on this heritage by developing a world class seaport and airport. It has also diversified from a trade and real estate-based economy to one that is service and tourism-oriented. In order to benefit from its geographical location between East and West, Dubai set up the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) which has helped Dubai become the region’s main financial hub.

ING Group has been operating in the Middle East since 1978 through various entities including BBL and Barings Asset Management. However, ING Wholesale Banking opened its first office in Dubai in July 2007, after obtaining a license from the Dubai Financial Services Authority (the regulator within the Dubai International Financial Centre).

The primary geographic remit of ING Wholesale Banking Middle East is the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which comprises of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. The GCC had a combined population of 50 million and nominal GDP of USD 1.56 trillion at the end of 2014. The GCC accounts for approximately 40% of the oil and 23% of the world’s gas reserves.

As part of ING’s Wholesale Banking UK region, the Dubai office operates essentially as a relationship management office, developing and maintaining relationships with corporate clients (mainly sovereign related), wealth funds and top financial institutions in the GCC. The focus is on, advising and arranging PCM and general lending, structured finance, and financial markets transactions for GCC and international Corporate Clients, working together with product specialists from other parts of ING’s global network.

 

Currently, the Dubai office has no booking capabilities and does not provide local currency accounts or transaction services.


You can contact us in United Arab Emirates / Dubai

United Arab Emirates / Dubai

ING Wholesale Banking
Level 2, Gate Village 5
DFIC, P.O. Box 506641
Dubai
United Arab Emirates


ING Global Bank of the Year 2016 (The Banker)

December, 2016

ING has been awarded as the best bank in the world. This year, ING even won a total of four awards at ‘The Banker’s’ Best Bank Awards 2016. Besides Global Bank of the Year, ING was named Best Bank of the year 2016 in the Netherlands, in Belgium, and in Western Europe.

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ING Bank and Global Initiatives launch Sustainable Finance Collective Asia

November, 2016

Collective brings together funding partners ING Bank, Credit Suisse, FMO and the UNDP-UN Social Impact Fund to finance sustainability projects in Asia.

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The Emirates' hyperloop and other unknown unknowns

November, 2016

'Last week I joined our colleagues from the Dubai office as we flew across the region: Kuwait and Bahrein in the north and Oman, Dubai and Abu Dhabi further south. The latter is actually the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), while Dubai is one of the other 6 emirates making up the UAE.' A blog by Jeroen Plag, head of Client Coverage Americas, Asia & UK, ING.

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Business opportunity report United Arab Emirates

July, 2016

While oil is very important for the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the UAE is well on its way towards a diversified economy. The country has a favourable business climate and the diversification of its economy should strengthen the UAE’s position as a financial and international trade hub in the region.

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ING: New executive appointments in the Middle East

June, 2016

ING Wholesale Banking is expanding its Middle East and Africa operations as part of its continued growth in the region. In line with the bank’s business strategy for the Dubai office, several new senior appointments have been made.

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World trade: No revival in sight yet

June, 2016

World trade has failed to outpace world GDP since 2012. Sluggish growth of trade is poised to continue for the coming years. Read our report 'World trade: No strong recovery in sight yet.

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Low interest rates boon for infrastructure investments

April, 2016

The prevailing low interest rate environment is a boon for investments in infrastructure projects as they are benefiting from competitive funding and lower financing costs. However, financing costs are just one aspect of infrastructure investments so investors must also look at the internal rate of return (IRR) when evaluating infrastructure projects, explains Erwin Maspolim, ING, in an interview with The Asset.

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European real estate appealing to investors from across Asia

April, 2016

Despite global macro headwinds, uncertainties in domestic economies and the yuan depreciation, Asian investors’ interest in overseas real estate, especially in Europe, remains intact. They continue to seek diversification and yields for their asset and investments globally.

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Country trade view United Arab Emirates

March, 2016

The United Arab Emirates’ export is highly dependent on oil. The dependency is twofold: most of the UAE’s output is oil or oil related and government tax income (and therefore the government budget) depends on oil market developments. Imports are expected to grow across all ING defined categories.

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Products & services in the United Arab Emirates / Dubai

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Acquisition finance

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Debt capital markets

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Trade and commodities finance

Trade and commodity investing can diversify and stabilise your portfolio to ensure long-term positive gains. ING Wholesale Banking can be of assistance.

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Structured export finance

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Infrastructure

Hedging risks well can lead to a steady, positive performance of your infrastructure investments. ING Wholesale Banking can help.

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Metals and energy

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Natural resources

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Power and utilities

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Telecom, media and technology

Structure your telecom, media and technology transactions to maximise returns on investments. ING Wholesale Banking can help – Read on to learn how.

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Transportation financing

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Client clearing service

As an experienced SwapClear member with state-of-the-art infrastructure for clearing on the LCH. Clearnet platform (LCH), ING Bank has all capabilities and the track record to support your transaction, clearing and settlement needs.

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