ING is world’s most sustainable bank, says Sustainalytics
ING is the world’s most sustainable bank according to Sustainalytics, a global leader in sustainability research.
ING-DiBa supports fintech hub in Frankfurt
ING-DiBa is one of the main sponsors of a new fintech hub in Frankfurt, Germany. The technology centre will be based in the ‘Pollux’ high-rise building, located close to ING-DiBa’s headquarters.
Tackling those boring money tasks
Managing money can be a hassle, but combining it with a pleasurable activity, might be a way to get the job done.
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ING to call USD 800 million 7.05% perpetual on 15 September 2016
ING Group announced today it will redeem USD 800 million 7.05% ING Perpetual Debt Securities on the call date of 15 September 2016, in line with ING’s goal to continuously optimize its capital structure.
Start-ups join Innovation Studio
Four enterprising start-ups will soon enter ING’s Innovation Studio to see whether they can make the big time: the launch of a viable commercial business.
ING’s true colours on display at EuroPride 2016
ING’s commitment to diversity and inclusion has again come to the fore with ING in the Netherlands and employees, participating in a host of EuroPride activities culminating in the world famous Canal Parade in Amsterdam on Saturday.
Esther’s road to Rio: the pressure is on
It has been a hectic past few weeks, wrapping up her training ahead of the Olympics, which begin in Rio de Janeiro today. But ING’s Esther Stam remains on course to take on the world’s best.
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ING 2Q16 underlying net result EUR 1,417 million
“ING’s Think Forward strategy and customer-first approach continue to generate strong commercial growth and quarterly net profits,” said Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING Group.
Energy just blowing in the wind
It will eventually power up to 450,000 homes in Scotland and provide 90 jobs when up and running.
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EBA reports on outcome of 2016 EU-wide stress test
ING Group was subject to the 2016 EU-wide stress test conducted by the European Banking Authority (EBA) in cooperation with the European Central Bank (ECB), the Dutch Central Bank (DNB), the European Commission and the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB).