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Corporate investments

When you are looking to grow your business, ING Corporate Investments provides a range of tailor-made equity and subordinated debt solutions to help you achieve your strategic objectives.

As a risk-bearing capital provider active in the mid-market and larger corporate segments in the Benelux, we facilitate transactions based on our investment criteria.

For ING’s international clients we provide Specialty Debt and Specialty Equity opportunities with a focus on Germany, France, Italy, Spain, UK, Poland and Czech Republic and - on a case by case basis - in other countries across the ING network.

Our customised solutions incorporate a variety of financial products in one complete package designed around your company’s particular needs. We often invest as a shareholder alongside management and strategic or financial parties.

ING Corporate Investments is a partner you can trust, backed by the stability and dependability of a major international financial institution. At the same time, we place our trust in management’s ability to lead the business according to its own vision and experience. Over the past 10 years, we have invested over EUR 1.5 billion in equity and subordinated debt products.

Our investment strategy
ING Corporate Investments has extensive experience in financial structuring, which allows us to step in when standard financing solutions may not be feasible or desirable. Flexibility is the hallmark of our approach to investing, whether in terms of products offered, type of business, or governance.

Our approach
As your business partner, our approach differs in several key areas from other equity investors and debt providers in the Benelux market.

Rob Engelschman

Head of corporate investments

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Please get in touch with the listed office to discuss any enquiries you may have.

ING awarded Best Investment Bank in the Netherlands 2020 (Global Finance)

February, 2020

ING has been named 'Best Investment Bank in the Netherlands' for 2020 by Global Finance magazine.

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