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In pictures

Expensive dollars

On 16 December 2015, the US central bank raised interest rates. This decision has caused ripples around the world, particularly for countries with large dollar loans, such as Mexico, Indonesia and Turkey.

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News

The world of ING in 4Q

From a new payment app in the Netherlands to a revolutionary commercial in Turkey. This is what happened in the world of ING in Q4.

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News

The fintech that changed the German mortgage market

Throughout 2015, much has been written about the rise of financial technology companies or fintechs as they are better known.

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News

Five ways ING combats climate change

A total 196 countries finally reached agreement to curb global warming to under two degrees Celsius at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris. ING was there too, contributing to the discussion, sharing our best practices and supporting a good outcome.

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Need money? Ask the crowd

For entrepreneurs who seek financing in the pre-seed or seed phase of a new business venture, a classic bank loan is not always the best, or only, option. But ING Belgium has a solution.

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News

For content of the future, the only way is up

Today’s Netflix generation wants to be able to access content anytime, anywhere. ING’s Wim Steenbakkers explains how the satellite industry is benefiting.

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News

The most memorable quotes from 4Q

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Quarterly update

ING’s 4Q2015 results

On 4 February 2016, ING’s fourth quarter 2015 figures will appear here. ING’s CEO, Ralph Hamers, will put these figures into context and explain them in a personal video interview.

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Feature

The whizz kid revolution

For millennials, ‘connected’ is a way of life: sharing knowledge and information online with friends and colleagues never stops. So what will happen when this generation takes over? Will they revolutionise corporate life? Or will they simply bypass the establishment and pursue their own startup dreams?

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10 / 15
Inside ING

From big bank to a network of start-ups

ING is increasing the pace of innovation to keep up with today’s digitally savvy consumers and businesses. Not only by tapping into our employees’ creativity, but also by creating safe havens for innovation and collaborating with fintechs.

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Interview

“Big data is the Enlightenment for the digital age”

Most of us probably view big data, if we have a view on it at all, as a technology or a tool. But for Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation at Oxford University, that’s missing the big picture of big data: “I see it as a new perspective on reality”. So what does this new perspective mean for business, for society, for you?

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Column Mark Cliffe

Beyond Mobile Banking

ING’s chief economist Mark Cliffe argues that mobile banking will evolve to offer personalised support, anticipating customers’ needs in increasingly accessible, engaging and social ways.

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Next quarter

Pan-European initiative to help improve financial decision-making

What kind of mortgage is right for you? What are the potential pitfalls of a student loan? When should you start planning your pension? Making big financial decisions isn’t easy, but it’s unavoidable. So we need to know exactly what we’re choosing – and why. That’s where the Think Forward Initiative comes in.

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Next quarter

New lease of life for biogas installation

Belgian company BioEnergy got off to a promising start, but then ran into trouble. Two Belgian entrepreneurs, Tom De Coster and Serge Roemers, put their shoulders to the wheel and got the green energy project back to profit-making ways.

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Next quarter

The agenda for the next quarter

What dates do we need to mark in our diaries in the next few months? Below is a selection of dates, varying from global financial/economic events and the new TED edition to the European Money Week.

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