The future of banking outlined in Copenhagen
The future of banking is bright and the customer is the winner. But banks will have to innovate to keep up with the fintechs as customers will no longer need banks, but they do need banking.
Beyond mobile banking
In the latest edition of ing.world, chief economist Mark Cliffe provides an insight into how he thinks mobile banking will develop. Detailing six ways it could change, Mark argues that mobile banking will evolve to offer personalised support, anticipating customers’ needs in increasingly accessible, engaging and social ways.
A step ahead with ING’s Annual Review
Want to know what ING was working on in 2015? Check out our Annual Review
Think Forward Initiative helps “flesh and blood” decision-makers
From professor to politician, from economist to technology expert – everyone at the Think Forward Summit in Brussels last week had at least one thing in common: a passion for helping people make better financial decisions.
The future of content is on the up
Today’s Netflix generation wants to be able to access content on every device at any time. Satellites are good at delivering this. Wim Steenbakkers, sector head of technology for EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and global head of Satellite Finance at ING, explains why satellites have the potential to grab part of the market in broadband and TV services.
Why IQ is nothing without EQ at Financial Markets
Wholesale Banking’s Financial Markets has trained the “soft skills” of its 350 sales staff, to help them restore trust and form a more personal relationship with their clients. Here’s how one of the toughest businesses of ING is shifting from IQ to EQ.
Prominent economist and author Noreena Hertz believes everyone can sharpen their decision-making skills. It is just a matter of knowing how. In the latest edition of ing.world, she discusses some of the things to be mindful of when making those all important decisions.
Well, that was 2015, how about 2016?
Will change in China and interest rate wobbles hinder global growth in 2016?
10th anniversary invitation
ING invites you to a special event to mark the opening of the 10-year anniversary exhibition of the Netherlands Association of Corporate Art Collections on 18 December 2015.
In 90 seconds – Can helicopter money kick start the eurozone?
With Eurozone growth still sluggish, should the European Central Bank (ECB) consider a radical option – like helicopter money?