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Jun 12, 2010 - 12:02pm

In NL they were market leader in terms of deals and volume last year. its unlikely though that they will be able to maintain that position since RBS will soon have integrated ABN AMRO's traditionally very strong IB franchise (in NL that is) and push for the lead again. at the same time, the remaining parts of ABN AMRO have recently started hiring senior bankers again to build their own IBD again. also Rabobank has declared that they wanna start hiring soon and want to be market leader in NL in the next 3 yrs. on top of all that, a number of traditional BBs (DB, UBS, GS, MS, Nomura/Lehman) have recently (re)discovered NL and significanlty strengthened their presence in NL.

 
Jun 13, 2010 - 10:08am

hey thanks man,

do you know much about their deals and presence in Asia? My friend got an offer but is choosing between Asia and Europe,

and ING's main strength should be in its loan syndications and exports/imports right?

just comparing it with rivals

 
Jun 13, 2010 - 11:09am

i think it depends what group he is going for. ING has one of the largest real estate portfolios in the world so anything related to that they should be decent at.
in terms of IB, they are only a top player in NL. i would also reckon though that they're lending business is rather big and a good place to work. thats all i know unfortunately. cant say much about the asia/europe question although one would think that they are stronger in they home and adjacent markets.

 
Jun 15, 2010 - 9:34am

ING? (Originally Posted: 03/15/2011)

Hi guys,

I did a search and couldn't find much..was wondering if anyone knows anything about ING Corp Fin (ING Capital?) with respects to their structured finance group since I'm kind of in the dark here. Anything information is appreciated, thanks.

 
Jun 15, 2010 - 9:35am

They seem to be restructuring their company a bit lately, so I would imagine corpfin is a bit more interesting than usual...

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