Voya, formerly ING, is a global financial institution of Dutch origin, currently offering banking, investments, life insurance and retirement services to meet the needs of a broad customer base. Going forward, we will concentrate on our position as an international retail, direct and commercial bank, while creating an optimal base for an independent future for our insurance operations (including investment management)
In the U.S., the ING family of companies offer a comprehensive array of financial services to retail and institutional clients, which includes annuities, retirement plans, life insurance, mutual funds, managed accounts, alternative investments, direct banking, institutional investment management, employee benefits, and financial planning.
Based in Amsterdam, ING Group offers banking, investments, life insurance and retirement services to over 85 million private, corporate and institutional clients in more than 40 countries. With a diverse workforce of about 115,000 people, ING is dedicated to setting the standard in helping our clients manage their financial future.
ING is recognized as one of the largest companies in the world. Based on market capitalization, ING is one of the 20th largest financial institutions worldwide. Fortune magazine ranked ING 8th on its 2009 Global 500 list1.
In the U.S.:
ING in the U.S.
* Holds top-tier rankings in our core product areas
* Is a top-3 provider of retirement plans
* Serves over 29 million customers
* Employs approximately 10,000 people
ING has put a lot of effort into building a recognizable brand. And for our efforts we have achieved a top-100 ranking in the 2008 BusinessWeek-Interbrand list of best global brands2. In the U.S., our title sponsorship of some of the major long-distance running events, including the ING New York City Marathon, is bringing the ING name to millions of people.
Our brand promise to our stakeholders in the U.S. is: “Your future. Made easier.” Making it easier permeates everything we do.
1 From the June 20, 2009 issue of Fortune
2 From the September 29, 2008, issue of BusinessWeek.