Overall Reviews at ING
Process Manager | Los Angeles, CA | Aug 9, 2018
Great place to work
I had the pleasure of working for this company and learned a lot at the Sr. Management Level. We had excellent training and great leadership. The unfortunate thing is that the company was sold and everyone lost their job.
Senior Market Analyst | Amsterdam, NY | Jan 12, 2020
Productive, fun, huge diversity of jobs.
The ING Group (Dutch: ING Groep) is a Dutch multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Amsterdam. Its primary businesses are retail banking, direct banking, commercial banking, investment banking, wholesale banking, private banking, asset management, and insurance services.
Customer Consultant | New York, NY | Nov 2, 2019
For the most part it has been a great place to work at. There are weekly meetings which in find helpful with staying on top of things. Management lets you work freely no such thing as micro management.
Liquidity Manager | New York, NY | Feb 4, 2019
Productive and fun colleagues
Overall I enjoyed my years at ING but the trading floor at times were stressful when someone was out on vacation or sick. The job required heavy multi-tasking between running the day to day operations of the banks balance sheet as well as managing the commercial paper trading portfolio. Heavy interaction among many departments within the organization as well as entertaining clients outside of the firm. The hardest part of the job was that when on vacation still needed to be in contact with the office and always needed to be available since my job was to manage the commercial paper portfolio as well as receiving phone calls at 4 am from our brokers overseas.
ProsGreat work relationships with my colleagues
Conswork thru lunch and always had to be available while on vacation
Accounting Manager | Windsor, CT | Sep 27, 2018
They spun off their Financial Services division as required by the Dutch government and are now focused on Banking.
ING is a good company and I enjoyed working there.
Senior Risk Analyst | Atlanta, GA | Jan 30, 2019
I worked in the financial controls organization during my time with the company. It was disappointing because all we ever did was testing of the same controls; over and over and over and over again. There was not really any opportunity for advancement. The company was starting the process of being divested from ING and eventually became Voya. I left due to the fact that I was not interested in repeating the same thing perpetually.
ProsReduced cost gym on-site
Data Entry Clerk | Minot, ND | Oct 29, 2018
I was a telemarketer for an insurance company I believe. I don't have the best memory. but you had to meet their quota all the time and I never did. im great with people at my own pace say what I want not scripted.
Senior Loan Counselor | Wilmington, DE | Oct 5, 2018
Previous ING DIRECT (US) employee
Awesome company to work for however, sadly, they were sold to Capital One because of the global economic conditions post 2008. Would recommend any division of ING and its partners.
Executive Administrative Assistant | New York, NY | Mar 28, 2019
working at ING Barings was a good learning experience for me. even though my stay there was short i worked with a good group of people and had a lot of fun with the team. i would highly recommend this company to anyone.
Participant | Quincy, MA | May 17, 2018
Not a fun place to work
I did like taking care of the customers but was limited as to what I was allowed to do for them (even though I could do it). Not much recognition from management even though I received many, many emails from our clients of praise and how much I helped them. The one time I was given an opportunity to help with a project it was a disaster, they didn't know what they were doing, very close mouthed as to what our goals were and seemed ridiculous to have me working it. Very frustrating! Also, I was a phone rep that was stuck at the desk for 8 hours, had to ask for a break to go to the ladies room. I had no idea how difficult working that type of job would be in regards to not having the freedom to move around throughout the day. This of course is a personal preference.