History 

2017

ING has moved to a new big building in front of the Luxembourg station.

2015

Employing a staff of 800 people, ING Luxembourg is ranked as the 11th largest financial-sector employer in the Grand Duchy. ING’s network in Luxembourg consists of 16 branches and two administrative offices dealing with the bank’s financial, commercial and administrative management.

2003

ING Luxembourg is the result of the merger of two banks which were part of the ING Group in Luxembourg: Crédit Européen SA and ING Bank (Luxembourg) SA.

ING Luxembourg has continued to expand its activities by focusing on three key pillars: the local (“retail”) banking network (ING is a major challenger in the Grand Duchy), private banking and corporate banking.

1991

Following the merger of Nationale Nederlanden and NMB Postbank Group, the group adopted the name ING.

1987

ING Bank (Luxembourg), for its part, was set up in Luxembourg in under the name NMB Bank. 

1960

Crédit Européen was set up in Luxembourg thanks to the drive of a group of American bankers and prestigious Luxembourgers. In less than fifty years, its dynamism and innovative spirit has enabled it to become one of the largest banks in the Grand Duchy. 

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