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Progress on share buyback programme ING announced today that, as part of our €2.5 billion share buyback programme announced on 2 November 2023, the company repurchased 22,777,914 shares during the week of 27 November 2023 up to and including 1 December 2023. The shares were repurchased at an average price of €12.78 for a total amount of €291,049,616.02. For detailed information on the daily repurchased shares, individual share purchase transactions and weekly reports, see the ING website at www.
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ING Group 2023 SREP process completed ING Group has been notified of the European Central Bank decision on the 2023 Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP), based on which it has taken a decision on ING’s prudential requirements, including capital requirements for 2024. The decision leads to a lower requirement for ING Group’s fully loaded CET1 of 10.78% coming from 10.83%. As of 30 September 2023, ING’s actual CET1 ratio was 15.2%, well in excess of the regulatory requirements. ING Gro
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Bank of Nova Scotia said on Thursday it appointed former ING Group executive Aris Bogdaneris as group head of its Canadian banking segment, effective Nov. 3. Bogdaneris will join Canada's fourth largest bank after heading Amsterdam-based ING Group's retail banking unit for more than seven years. He will replace Dan Rees, who is leaving Scotiabank to pursue other opportunities, the bank said in a statement.
ING announces share buyback programme of up to €2.5 billion ING announced today a share buyback programme under which it plans to repurchase ordinary shares of ING Groep N.V., for a maximum total amount of €2.5 billion. The programme is a next step in converging our CET1 ratio towards our target of around 12.5%, as announced during our Investor Update in June 2022. ING Group’s CET1 ratio was 15.2% at the end of the third quarter of 2023, which is well above the prevailing CET1 ratio requirement
ING posts 3Q2023 net result of €1,982 million, driven by strong income in both Retail and Wholesale Banking
ING posts 3Q2023 net result of €1,982 million, drivenby strong income in both Retail and Wholesale Banking Profit before tax increases significantly year-on-year to €2,866 million; CET1 ratio rises to 15.2% • Strong performance in both Retail and Wholesale Banking and 4-quarter rolling RoE improves to 13.8% • Increase of 181,000 primary customers in the third quarter, with growth in almost all markets • Strong interest income combined with higher fee income • Operating expenses remain under cont