ING launches ING Values
Only by acting with professionalism and integrity can we maintain our stakeholders’ confidence and preserve our company’s reputation. That’s why ING launched new ING Values.
UNICEF and ING at 2015 World Economic Forum
UNICEF launched “The Investment Case for Education and Equity” report. ING’s Koos Timmermans explained ING’s views on the topic.
ING awarded Gold class distinction for sustainability
ING has received the Industry Leader, Gold Class distinction by RobecoSAM for our excellent sustainability performance. We’ve also been included in the 2015 Sustainability Yearbook.
UK tops European Savings League
The UK is leading the way when it comes to saving money, according to more than 12,000 consumers across Europe in our International Survey on Savings 2015. Almost one third (31%) of UK consumers grew their savings in 2014 compared to the European average of 19%.
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ING recognized as world leader for corporate action on climate change
For our actions to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the business risks of climate change, we have been awarded with a position on The A List: The CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index 2014. We scored 97A, making us one of the 187 companies (out of nearly 2000 listed companies) that has been awarded an A grade for its climate performance.
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Microfinance the silver bullet to eradicate poverty?
Microfinance has long been seen as “the silver bullet” to eradicate poverty – but it is not as simple as that, ING economists say. More in the September 2014 economic update video for eZonomics.
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ING Industry Leader in DJSI
ING is the highest scoring company in ‘Diversified Financials’ of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices annual review for 2014.
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Pocket money boosts money management skills in adulthood
ING International Survey shows: Children that receive pocket money less likely to be in debt.
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Research shows: Microfinance makes a difference
Microfinance, or access to financial services, has an effect on the lives of the poor. This is one of the main conclusions of the extensive ING research ‘A Billion to Gain?’ that was developed together with the Dutch sector representative NpM, Platform for Inclusive Finance.
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Recycled office material for a movie about sustainability
ING in the Netherlands launched a great video about all ING’s efforts to give children across the world a little help as they grow.