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ING Best Bank in the World 2017 (Global Finance)
ING Wholesale Banking in

Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is the biggest economy in Central Asia. It possesses enormous reserves of oil, metals, uranium and also represents a large exporter of grain. Kazakhstan’s industrial sector is based on the extractive and processing industries, as well as on the related machine-building sector.

The Representative Office of ING Bank in Kazakhstan was established in 1997. ING in Kazakhstan focuses on the country’s top tier corporates and financial institutions, providing them with products at the higher end of wholesale banking including syndicated lending, structured finance, project finance, debt capital markets advisory and trade finance services.

Through its long presence on the market, consistent client focus, and excellent product delivery, ING has gained trust and respect from its clients as well as deep knowledge of the market and the economy. Get in touch and find out how we can help you in Kazakhstan. 

  • Largest economy in Central Asia
  • Structured finance, international debt capital market, and treasury products
  • Client focus – single point of contact – tailored services 
  • Network of product specialists, industry experts
  • Active in Kazakhstan since 1997

Spotlight on Greater China

'Connecting Asia Pacific' eBook

With the promotion of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), China’s outbound investment has grown rapidly. A key theme in the 1st issue of our 'Connecting Asia Pacific' eBook is BRI and its growth story.

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Car sharing unlocked

October, 2018

The number of cars in Europe is set to decline as car sharing triggers a 'peak car' moment. Platforms and technology developments are encouraging more people to see car-sharing as a viable option, but there are still substantial barriers to growth, according to a new ING report.

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A trade war is the number 1 risk for global markets

April, 2018

China has retaliated to US plans to impose tariffs on its goods. Stock markets have fallen after this tit-for-tat action. So, where are we and what's likely to happen next? Watch the video.

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Training not tariffs: How to protect US free trade victims

April, 2018

Instead of unleashing a trade war against China and criticising European trade policies, US workers would be better off if Trump adopted European-style labour policies, says ING's economist Raoul Leering.

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Trade Wars: Episode 1 – The Presidential Menace

April, 2018

Four scenarios for how trade wars could unfold and how costly a global trade war would be for major economies - as well as the implications for the US dollar and global risk sentiment.

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Unfair trade: Does President Trump have a point?

April, 2018

According to President Trump, the US trade deficit is the result of unfair trade policies by other countries. In his view, there isn't a level playing field between the US and many of its trading partners. Read ING's analysis.

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Central and Eastern Europe’s FDI proposition: Ready, aim and invest

April, 2018

Despite the recent rise in protectionist sentiment, Eurozone growth is showing some real momentum. Capacity constraints are close to being reached, and if the strong demand for new orders is to be filled, investment will be a necessity. Read the report.

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ING Best Bank in the World 2017 (Global Finance)

August, 2017

Global Finance magazine has announced the winners of its World’s Best Global Banks 2017 Awards, where for the first time ever it has named the Best Bank in the World. The winner is ING.

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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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Products & services in Kazakhstan

Food and agribusiness financing

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ING’s Food, Beverage, & Agribusiness Group serves clients across the entire value chain including animal feed, beef, swine and poultry production and processing, beverages, branded food products, dairy, distribution, ethanol and biodiesel, fiber, fruits and vegetables, grain storage and processing, packaging, restaurants, retail, seafood, sugar, timber, and transportation.

Food and agribusiness financing

Client clearing services

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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.

Client clearing services

LCs, collections and guarantees

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Gain extra assurance and protection in your international trade transactions with letters of credit, collections, and guarantees. ING WB can help.

LCs, collections and guarantees