Chief Executive Officer Statement
“I am pleased with our results for the third quarter,” said Stephen Van Regiswick, ING CEO. “We have seen a steady increase in mortgage lending, but the demand for loans from businesses has had an impact on the economic impact of the CVD epidemic. Nevertheless, our business loan margins were slightly higher and we saw strong growth in accounting payments, investment products and loans.

“Expenditures were under control. The quarter included 180 180 million in compensation for Dutch retail customers, which included interest payments that did not adequately cover the market price. It has already taken over. Inflation: We will continue to support our customers to the best of our ability. I am grateful for the loyalty of our customers.

“We aim to digitalize processes to increase productivity and reduce customers’ time spent on banking. The digital home buying platform ‘HOME’ in Germany is being used by customers, consultants, brokers and bank partners. This reduces manual work for consultants and partners and reduces customer decision-making too quickly.

“We have a complete digital product offering in Romania, where more than 70% of our customers connect with us on their mobile devices, including personal loans, insurance, investments, savings, current accounts, marketing programs, mobile card payments and virtual cards.” He grew up.

In the third quarter, we continue to take action to fight climate change, aiming to invest our money in oil and gas, and to set net zero targets for eight sectors in Terra. Presentation. Many of our clients believe in alignment as a leading data center provider to achieve their sustainability and long-term growth aspirations. They are taking positive steps on the sustainability of the digital infrastructure sector. Over the past 12 months, ING has received four consecutive terms of engagement with Aling, which have helped secure the first data center, sustainable loans, and the first green data center.

With a focus on our customers, we started a stock recovery program as we began the process of optimizing our capital. I am pleased to be able to return the capital to our shareholders, and thank you for your understanding of the distribution restrictions at the time of the outbreak.

“Our hybrid work is starting in ING countries around the world and colleagues are slowly starting to return to the office, but we must be vigilant until the epidemic really ends. In the meantime, I appreciate everyone’s flexibility and commitment.

ING profile
ING is a strong European-based international financial institution that provides banking services through ING Bank. The purpose of ING Bank is to enable people to move forward in life and business. Ing Bank offers more than 57,000 employees retail and wholesale banking services to customers in more than 40 countries.

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