Award winning in Sweden

ING Global Bank of the Year 2016 (The Banker)
ING Best Bank W. Europe, Netherlands and Poland 2016 (Global Finance)
Welcome to ING Wholesale Banking in

Sweden

Sweden ranks as one of the most competitive, productive and globalised countries in the world. Sweden is an export-oriented market economy. Exports of goods and services amount to almost half of the GDP. Traditionally, the Swedish business sector and industry have been commodity-based. Although paper, iron and steel are still important products, Sweden’s main competitive factor today is knowledge, innovation and the flexible use of existing tangible and intangible resources.

As one of the leading international banks active in the Nordic region, ING has built a strong top-tier client base, serving many of the region’s largest companies and financial institutions. In 2015, ING established a representative office in Stockholm.

ING’s office in Stockholm supports existing and new Swedish large corporate clients with the comprehensive product offering of ING Wholesale Banking that includes lending, transaction banking, financial markets and corporate finance services.

ING with its large international network has local presence and strong capabilities in many countries relevant for Swedish multinational companies. ING is also known in the region for its in-depth sector expertise and analytical capabilities, which can help determine the right financing solutions in leading sectors such as natural resources, transport and logistics, automotive, telecommunications, utilities and infrastructure.

At ING Wholesale Banking, we tailor solutions around your business. A single point of contact gives you access to a wide range of products, banking specialists and industry experts. Do you already know which products you need to move your business forward or do you want to discuss solutions to support your strategic ambitions? Contact us and let us know!



Election upsets, who’s next?

April, 2017

You’d be forgiven for thinking it’s election season in Europe. British people will go back to the polls in June after a snap general election was announced just after Easter... Read the ING report.

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British PM Theresa May calls snap election

April, 2017

Subject to a vote in parliament tomorrow, the UK will hold a June 8 General Election. Polls indicate Prime Minister Theresa May should win an expanded majority. The fact that she is prepared to sacrifice part of the 2Y Brexit window suggests she has confidence in her planning ahead of Brexit negotiations.

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Germany: Prepare for an exciting election

April, 2017

In just over five months’ time, people in Germany will go to the polls. As in most elections, the economy is set to become a main focus point.

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Brexit: Let the challenge begin

April, 2017

The UK’s Article 50 letter and the EU’s subsequent draft guidelines made it clear that there are big differences in opinion on how the negotiations should proceed.

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Brexit begins. Now what?

March, 2017

Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been triggered and now Brexit negotiations can begin. But what will Britain’s eventual departure from the EU mean for Europe’s economies, the pound and the wider political landscape? And what will the final deal, if we get one, look like?

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Brexit Update 22 March

March, 2017

On 29 March, UK's PM Theresa May will finally notify European Council president Donald Tusk that the UK is triggering Article 50. Read our Brexit Update one-pager.

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Surprise hawkish shift from Bank of England

March, 2017

They may have left policy unchanged, but with Kristin Forbes voting for a hike and the tone of the minutes signalling others may soon join her, the BoE are clearly signalling where they think the balance of risks lie.

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ING Best Bank in Western Europe 2017

March, 2017

Global Finance magazine has announced its 24th annual awards for the World’s Best Banks. In the Western European region, ING has been selected as the Best Bank in Western Europe 2017 overall, as well as Best Bank in Belgium.

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Brexit Update 22 Feb

February, 2017

The House of Commons has already approved legislation to trigger Article 50 and get Brexit negotiations underway, but the government still needs the House of Lords to vote in favour. Read our latest Brexit Update one-pager.

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Brexit Update 16 Feb

February, 2017

There are early signs that the UK economy is losing its post-Brexit momentum. Inflation is racing towards our 3%+ end-2017 forecast. That appears to be starting to hit consumers.

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Brexit Update 8 February

February, 2017

Surveys suggest consumers are relaxed over Brexit, but we will get a better handle on whether this matches with reality next week. Download our Brexit Update one-pager of 8 February.

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UK: Parliament to trigger Article 50

January, 2017

The British Supreme Court has ruled against the government by an 8-3 margin meaning that triggering Article 50 requires a vote in parliament – the government had been arguing that the so called “royal prerogative” meant that a parliamentary vote was not required.

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Nothing’s fundamentally changed for the pound, despite that Brexit speech

January, 2017

Sterling will continue to be vulnerable in 2017, according to ING’s head of FX Chris Turner. On 17 January, British PM May outlined her priorities for negotiating Britain’s exit from the EU. Sterling rose against the euro and the dollar following her speech.

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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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Trump is hired? Here’s our FX outlook

November, 2016

Republican candidate Donald Trump is the US President-elect. His party has also regained control of both the House and the Senate, effectively a ‘Trump clean sweep’. What does this mean for global currencies? Here’s what we think might happen next.

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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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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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The shock of Brexit

April, 2016

With the referendum on Britain remaining in Europe taking place on 23 June, there are still 15-20% of the voting population undecided, with much to play for, for both the Leave and Remain campaigns. ING’s economist team explored the various arguments being promulgated by each side.

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ING Best Bank W. Europe, Netherlands and Poland 2016 (Global Finance)

March, 2016

ING is again awarded for Best Bank Western Europe 2016 by Global Finance. We also won the Best Bank Netherlands and Best Bank Poland awards.

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Labour productivity key to sustained growth in Eurozone periphery

March, 2016

Greece, Portugal, Spain and to a lesser extent Italy made significant adjustments to wages and productivity during the euro-crisis to become more competitive. A recent report of ING’s senior economist Bert Colijn examines whether this competitiveness is likely to be maintained now that the economic recovery in most Mediterranean countries has started.

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ING Best bank in Western Europe 2015 (Euromoney)

July, 2015

ING was named best bank in Western Europe at the annual Euromoney Awards for Excellence. The bank was also awarded Best bank in Belgium and Best bank in the Netherlands.

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Products & services in Sweden

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Debt capital markets

Increase your capital and broaden your funding solutions by appealing to the debt capital market. ING Wholesale Banking can help.

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Trade receivables finance

Increase your liquidity swiftly through trade receivables financing. ING Wholesale Banking can help you structure your transactions.

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Supply chain finance

Ensure a smooth operational supply chain through sound financing from origin to destination. Let ING Wholesale Banking smooth your supply chain.

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Factoring

Factoring offers a quick way to increase your cash flow and enhance your financing flexibility. ING Wholesale Banking can help, learn how.

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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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Payments and collections

Whether your payments and collections are domestic or international, urgent or non-urgent, ING has the presence and proficiency your institution needs to swiftly execute your transactions.

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Liquidity and cash management solutions

As an international company, you know how complicated cash management can be. ING can help manage your risks and payments by ensuring your liquidity remains at optimal levels.

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Payment factory

Simplifying the number of transactions will save your bank or company time and money. The ING Payment Factory does that for you.

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