Czech Republic

ING Wholesale Banking

The Czech Republic has the most advanced economy in Central and emerging Europe, exceeding even some West European countries in both per capita GDP as well as country risk rating indicators. This is backed by its success in attracting a large volume of foreign direct investment, both prior to and after joining the European Union, developed infrastructure and the wide availability of a skilled and educated workforce. Manufacturing and engineering remains its chief economic activity, especially in the production of automobiles, machine tools, machinery, glass and armaments. Key trade partners include Germany, Slovakia, Poland, France and Italy.

ING has a history in the Czech Republic that goes back to 1992. ING was one of the first international banks to enter the market and has built a strong position in commercial banking in the country. ING WB meets all of the banking needs of corporations and large multinationals, as well as financial institutions by offering a full range of banking products and services. Its customers include many major Czech and international companies.

Whether you are an institutional or corporate client, ING will help you move your business forward. You can expect a proactive and committed client approach. The Relationship manager is your single point of contact giving access to product specialists, industry experts and tailored solutions. So, if you are looking for the support of an experienced and recognised bank, why not contact us?

  • A developed and strong economy
  • Market leader in corporate lending, capital markets and treasury services
  • Client focus – single point of contact – tailored services  
  • Network of product specialists and industry experts
  • Active in the Czech Republic since 1992

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Our products

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Corporate lending

Loans give you extra financial backing to realise major investments. ING Commercial Banking can swiftly arrange the lending.

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Debt capital markets

Increase your capital and broaden your funding solutions by investing in debt capital markets. ING Commercial Banking can help.

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Supply chain finance

Ensure a smooth operational supply chain through sound financing from origin to destination. Let ING Commercial Banking smooth your supply chain.

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Structured export finance

Secure your assets through long-term structured export financing. ING CB will help mitigate your risks and structure your investments.

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Infrastructure

Hedging risks well can lead to a steady, positive performance of your infrastructure investments. ING Commercial Banking can help.

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Metals and energy

Structure your metals and energy transactions to maximise returns on investments. ING Commercial Banking can help.

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Natural resources

Structure your natural resource transactions to maximise returns on investments. ING Commercial Banking can help.

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Power and utilities

More capital means you can upgrade or transform power and utility operations to better meet strict standards and targets. ING CB can assist.

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Telecom, media and technology

Structure your telecom, media and technology transactions to maximise returns on investments. ING Commercial Banking can help – Read on to learn how.

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Transportation financing

Effective financing for your transportation and logistical needs makes for a more efficient supply chain. ING Commercial Banking can help you.

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Excess cash

When your company has excess liquidity and is interested in investing this liquidity in the short-, medium-, or long-term future, ING Commercial Banking can assist you.

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Interest rate (derivative)

Take advantage of interest rate hedging to spread your risk and increase liquidity. ING Commercial Banking can assist you.

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Commodity (derivative)

Corporations with an exposure to commodities are confronted daily with price uncertainty in the volatile commodity markets. See how ING CB can help.

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Inflation (derivative)

Inflation derivatives help to diversify or manage inflation risks, and so to improve liquidity. ING Commercial Banking can help with our Inflation hedging solutions.

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Credit risk (derivative)

Credit hedging products and funding solutions manage credit and fund risks in both developed and emerging markets.

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Equity (derivative)

Equity financing lets you share capital, limit risks, and raise money. ING Commercial Banking has tailored strategies to help.

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Foreign exchange solutions

Foreign exchange solutions

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Payments and collections

Whether your payments and collections are domestic or international, urgent or non-urgent, ING has the presence and proficiency your institution needs to swiftly execute your transactions.

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Banking channels

Banking channels ease your cash management responsibilities. ING Commercial Banking can help you through its many online banking channels.

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Payment factory

Simplifying the number of transactions will save your bank or company time and money. The ING Payment Factory does that for you.

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Liquidity management

As an international company, you know how complicated cash management can be. ING can help manage your risks and payments by ensuring your liquidity remains at optimal levels.

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LCs, collections and guarantees

Gain extra assurance and protection in your international trade transactions with letters of credit, collections, and guarantees. ING CB can help.

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Acquisition finance

Undertaking an acquisition can lead to growth and increased share prices. ING Commercial Banking can help structure and finance your acquisition.

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ING 1Q16 underlying net result EUR 842 million

May, 2016

Underlying pre-tax result EUR 1,186 million; or EUR 1,682 million before EUR 496 million of regulatory costs in the quarter

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ING 2015 underlying net profit EUR 4,219 million

February, 2016

ING 2015 underlying net profit EUR 4,219 million; FY 2015 dividend at EUR 0.65 per ordinary share

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ING Wholesale Banking is coming!

January, 2016

ING Commercial Banking will be re-named to ING Wholesale Banking as of 20 January 2016.

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Award for ING Bank N.V., Prague from J.P. Morgan

December, 2015

Let us share with you our excitement after receiving the prestigious Quality Recognition Award 2015 given to ING Bank N.V. Prague by J. P. Morgan.

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ING 3Q15 underlying net result EUR 1,092 million

November, 2015

ING 3Q15 underlying net result EUR 1,092 million ING Bank 3Q15 underlying net result EUR 1,092 million versus EUR 1,123 million in 3Q14 and EUR 1,118 million in 2Q15

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Black Monday – What our economists say

August, 2015

A fall in Chinese equities dubbed Black Monday has prompted a special report from ING economists who warn that “things could easily get much worse before they get better”.

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ING 2Q15 underlying net result EUR 1,118 million

August, 2015

ING Bank 2Q15 underlying net result EUR 1,118 million, up 21.1% from 2Q14 and 5.8% lower than in 1Q15

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ING 1Q15 underlying net result EUR 1,187 million

May, 2015

ING Bank 1Q15 underlying net result EUR 1,187 million, up 43.0% from 1Q14 and more than double that of 4Q14

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ING Bank posts 2014 underlying net profit of EUR 3,424 million

February, 2015

ING Bank posts 2014 underlying net profi t of EUR 3,424 million; Dividends reinstated with EUR 0.12 per ordinary share

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Bloomberg: ING world’s most accurate currency forecaster in 2014

January, 2015

According to Bloomberg, ING topped its rankings of foreign-exchange analysts for the four quarters ended 31 December, rising from second place previously and supplanting German lender Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg in the no. 1 slot.

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ING Bank records 3Q14 underlying net profit of EUR 1,123 million

November, 2014

ING Bank 3Q14 underlying net profit of EUR 1,123 million, up from EUR 820 million in 3Q13 and EUR 923 million in 2Q14

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ING comfortably passes AQR and stress test

October, 2014

ING Bank has comfortably passed the Asset Quality Review (AQR) and stress test which were part of the Comprehensive Assessment as conducted by the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Banking Authority (EBA). The outcome reflects ING's strong capital position and resilient balance sheet.

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ING Group included in leading banks indices

September, 2014

ING Group will, as of today, be included in the EURO STOXX® Banks Index, with a weighting of 3.83%, and in the STOXX® Europe 600 Banks Index, with a weighting of 7.60%.

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Announcement: Change in the address of ING Bank N.V.

September, 2014

We would like to inform you about a change in the address of our company.

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Hello World!

September, 2014

The fourth national event of the ‘National Committee 200 years Kingdom’ was held in Maastricht on Saturday 30 August.

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Jakub Seidler became Chief Economist at ING Bank

August, 2014

His tasks will be to prepare macroeconomic analyses and forecasts for the Czech Republic and to provide analytical support for ING retail and corporate banking.

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ING records 2Q14 underlying net profit of EUR 1,181 million

August, 2014

ING Group 2Q14 underlying net profit of EUR 1,181 million from EUR 901 million in 2Q13 and EUR 988 million in 1Q14

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The value of a close connection

May, 2014

The relationship between Western Europe and Central and Eastern Europe has led to important economic benefits across the continent.

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ING records 1Q14 underlying net profit of EUR 988 million

May, 2014

On 7 May, ING announced its first-quarter results. “ING Group made a strong start to 2014, posting a first-quarter underlying net result of EUR 988 million while demonstrating good commercial growth,” said Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING Group.

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The view - A fresh perspective on connected europe

May, 2014

At ING Commercial Banking, we want you to find useful insights that help you to establish your own view, and have a better understanding about the trends shaping the markets in Europe and globally.

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