Advance against securities
To finance your personal projects such as the acquisition of vehicles, boats, works of art or other items, while avoiding the need to liquidate your financial investments.
Pledging of a diversified and liquid portfolio (possibly through an approved life insurance contract) which is deposited with ING Luxembourg Private Banking.
You will benefit from the expertise of our specialists to discuss the type, duration and method of repayment of the loan that best fits with your need.
You do not have to sell your existing investments to finance your personal projects.
As a universal bank, we can offer you comprehensive financial expertise at your disposal.
What is an advance against securities?
An advance against securities is a loan secured by a portfolio of securities, the purpose of which is to finance various projects.
Whether it's buying real estate, shares in a company, works of art or other assets, we have the capabilities and expertise to boost your investment portfolio thanks to a loan that will help you achieve your goals.
To this end, we pay particular attention to your request and you will benefit from the expertise of our specialists to discuss the type, duration and method of repayment of the loan granted to you.
We would be delighted to answer your questions on the subject and offer you a tailor-made solution.
ING Luxembourg Private Banking Lending Products are exclusively limited to Private Banking clients. Any loan request must be approved by the bank’s committee and any loan granted will be subject to loan agreements duly signed by the parties.
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