The only English speaking country in the Eurozone, Ireland has become a key location from which international businesses serve global markets. Although materially impacted by the financial crisis in 2008/09, determined policy efforts have boosted confidence and underpinned the robust, broad-based economic recovery now underway. In addition to its sizeable domestic corporate sector centred on the food & beverage and agriculture industries, Ireland has become a key beneficiary of US foreign direct investment.
The country is home to the European headquarters of a significant number of US corporations with more than 1,100 international companies present overall. With a skilled and culturally diverse workforce, Ireland has proven to be a successful gateway to reaching more than 500 million consumers within the European market.
Established in 1989, ING Ireland operates as a branch of ING Bank N.V. In providing one of the strongest Wholesale Banking (‘WB’) product suites available to the European market, ING WB Ireland has an established footprint within the domestic and international corporate sector. Through our Dublin office we can unlock the potential of ING international network, offering a full suite of corporate banking products including:
- Corporate and structured lending
- Payments and cash management
- Corporate credit cards
- Trade financial services
- Working capital solutions
- Financial markets
- M&A advisory
- Debt capital markets
At ING, our purpose is to be relevant and add value to your business, operating at the heart of your financial processes while developing solutions fit for the challenges your business faces today and into the future. To unlock the international potential of your business from Ireland, contact ING’s Client Coverage team.
- Internationally focussed economy which is frequently voted one of the best countries in which to do business
- ING has a long established presence in Ireland, with dedicated relationship managers committed to meeting your international banking requirements
- Access to a strong international network, particularly in the Benelux, Central and Eastern Europe, and Asia