ING European Financial Services PLc

ING European Financial Services Plc was established, incorporated and registered under the laws and regulations of Ireland on July, 28 1994 (Company Number: 220313).

 

ING European Financial Services Plc is a customer driven company, fully committed to developing and adding value to long-term mutually rewarding relationships, built on anticipating customer needs and providing consistent value. We seek new business initiatives and opportunities based on sound financial and commercial objectives to develop appropriate funding and credit enhancing transactions and take full responsibility for each transaction from marketing to origination and execution of deals.

The activities, products and services of ING European Financial Services Plc are primarily lending and corporate project finance.

ING European Financial Services Plc provides an extensive range of lending options and facilities which are competitively priced in all major currencies. These include:

  • Commercial Loans
  • Working Capital Loans
  • Participation in Loan Syndications including public sector
  • Inter Group Transactions

 

Contact

ING European Financial Services Plc
Block 4, Dundrum Town Centre
Sandyford Road
Dundrum
Dublin 16, Ireland
 
T +353 1 638 40 84
F +353 1 638 40 80
E-mail

 

More about ING Bank A.Ş

On 24 December 2007, the shares of ING Bank A.Ş were acquired by ING Bank N.V. with the approval of the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency in Turkey. The name of the Bank has changed from “Oyak Bank A.S.” to “ING Bank A.Ş.” effective from 7 July 2008. ING Bank A.S. is a leading bank in the Turkish market with 6,110 employees and 359 branches located in Turkey. In addition there is a branch in Manama-Bahrain, 843 ATMs, and a 24x7 customer call center for the corporate, commercial, and retail banking segments.

Recognizing retail banking as one of the principal axes of its future growth and expansion, ING Bank has one of the most extensive ATM networks in operation in Turkey today. Retail banking products and services, which are intensively driven by technology, are already contributing increasingly to the Bank’s business volumes and non-interest income. Corporate and commercial banking are two other areas with strong potential for the Bank. In addition to this, the Bank is also focused on expanding its product mix by diversifying into activities ranging from conventional credit products to credit card and store-based banking services.