ING announces change in Supervisory Board

Amsterdam, 7 November 2012

ING announced today that Mr Sjoerd van Keulen will resign from the Supervisory Board of ING Group as of the 2013 Annual General Meeting (AGM) which is scheduled for 13 May 2013.

Mr Van Keulen’s decision to resign from the Supervisory Board is based on personal reasons and the desire to rebalance his priorities.

“We regret but respect Mr Van Keulen’s decision. We are most thankful for his valuable efforts and contribution to ING and wish him all the best for the future” said Jeroen van der Veer, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of ING Group.

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Last modified: 07 November 2012

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