Orange One launched in 2017 and was described by experts as “the first socially responsible credit card”
Launched Car Loans & Car Buying Service in 2017 to help customers
Supported 35,000 customers to make smarter savings decisions via our 'Savings Shrink' campaign
Launched an ATM finderchat bot on Messenger affectionately named 'Lionel' to help customers have easy access to their money.
Our award winning mobile app allows users to manage their money ‘on the go’ wherever and whenever they want to.
Hearing or speech impaired customers can contact ING with the assistance of the National Relay Service.
Our new online banking system applies the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines to improve experience and maximise access to customers with a disability.
We conduct a quarterly Financial Wellbeing Index to gain insight into consumer sentiment around personal finance management, including their views on spending, saving and investing.
Dreamstarter provides knowledge, support and funding to help a wide range of social businesses launch, grow and scale to affect real change in the communities we live in.
ING volunteers supported young people with cerebral palsy to climb Mt Kosciosko as part of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance's 2017 Krazy Kosci Klimb.
ING supported #Radlivin, a conference to inspire young people wth the stories of purposeful and meaningful business and social enterprise
More than 400 ING staff raised over $100,000 for Cerebral Palsy Alliance's Steptember campaign
Our Dreamstarter initiative has empowered over 60 social impact projects with over $1million in support.
In partnership with StartSomeGood, Dreamstarter crowdfunding helps trading style social enterprises to launch their business.
Dreamstarter Grants for Growth give early stage social enterprises the funding boost they need to help grow their business.
Dreamstarter Scholarships help build the capacity of social entrepreneurs to launch, grow and scale sustainable social businesses.
As a long-term supporter of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance, ING aims to empower young people with a disability with the skills they need to become financially independent in the future.
Conductive Education: This early intervention sets young people on the course for improved physical outcomes and greater independence as they grow older.
Ignition Mentoring matches ING volunteer mentors with a teenager with a disability to empower them to be self-confident, independent and plan for their future.
Transition to Work: Pairs an ING volunteer mentor with a young adult with a disability to help prepare them for and transition into employment.
We monitor and manage the environmental impact of our operations.
We aim to help facilitate the transition to a fairer, greener economy by financing projects that contribute solutions to environmental and social challenges.
Almost 1/3 of ING employees volunteered with non-profits and social enterprises during our 2017 IMPACT Week
An ING team were category winners in the 2017 REMARKABLE Enabled by Designathon, a hackathon focusing on inclusive design.
70 staff participated in the global ING - UNICEF Run for Youth to support projects in Nepal, Zambia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Indonesia and the Philippines
Each ING employee is granted one paid Impact day per year to volunteer as part of a team with one of our community partners.
If you’re ready to achieve your potential, ING is the place to make it happen. You’ll have the freedom to put ideas into action, collaborate globally and make a genuine difference to people’s lives.