Award winning in Sweden

ING Best Bank in the World 2017 (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!

Michael Fredlund

Head of Swedish rep office


You can contact us in Stockholm

Stockholm

ING Wholesale Banking
Grev Turegatan 3
114 46 Stockholm
Sweden


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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Italy: Hung parliament complications

March, 2018

Without an outright winner but with a populist twist in parliament, forming a new government will be complicated. Expect tactical positioning by party leaders and clarity about the presidents of the two Houses, before an attempt at a coalition, is made.

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China: Patient on US trade tantrum

March, 2018

The direct impact on China from US steel and aluminium tariffs is likely to be minimal. US trade war? Easy for China.

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Trade war between EU and US, a lose-lose situation

March, 2018

Trade wars are good and easy to win, according to US President Trump, but higher tariffs lead to few winners and many losers. If the current ‘tit for tat’ rhetoric between the US and EU really results in a trade war, neither will walk away scot-free

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Eurozone: Growth party with euro headache

February, 2018

The Eurozone growth story looks to be continuing into January but subdued inflation and rapid euro strengthening mean that the ECB will have to tread carefully when removing monetary stimulus.

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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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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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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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Food and agribusiness financing

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.

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Sustainable investments

By offering a wide variety of products, services and initiatives, ING has been committed to sustainability for over twenty years. We believe that companies addressing climate change and resource scarcity will be the winners of tomorrow's economy. Our strategy is to support you in moving towards more sustainable business models.

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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 services

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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