Green loans without fee and with a reduced margin at ING Bank Śląski

Source: ING Bank Śląski

ING Bank Śląski in Poland offers companies an online loan without fee and with a reduced margin. The loan may be used for any purpose related to the conducted business activity or eco investments. This is the next installment of the bank’s campaign that supports the development of companies.

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“We constantly support companies in financing their needs and development. We have an offer that responds well to customer expectations. This is confirmed by the growing value of financing provided by ING for the corporate segment, which at the end of 2021 amounted to PLN 80.0 billion, which means an increase of 13.8% compared to 2020. As a result, our market share in loans to this segment increased to 12.62%” – said Ewa Łuniewska, Vice President of the Management Board of ING Bank Śląski.

This special online loan offer is addressed to entrepreneurs and companies that use both simplified accounting rules and those operating based on full accounting.

An online loan without fee can be used for any purpose related to the conducted business activity, such as financing investments, supporting financial liquidity, or implementing ideas and projects related to the development of the company. The offer is also directed to those entrepreneurs and companies that want to implement eco investments.

The maximum loan amount in the special offer without fee and with a reduced margin is PLN 400.000.

ING also recently cut its corporate loan margin. Depending on the loan amount, the reduction amounted to a maximum of 1 percentage point. The offer applies to financing up to the amount of PLN 400.000 and the financing period up to 8 years.

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“We launched another campaign inspired by real stories of entrepreneurs. This time the hero is a company that has invested in a green change. We pay attention to this because we know that it cannot be postponed. Research shows that the green transformation in a pandemic has accelerated and almost 60% of companies around the world believe that the achievement of their environmental goals has gained momentum. The change in approach is also influenced by increasing consumer awareness and pressure from society, which requires greater responsibility from the organization. We believe that there will be more and more environmentally friendly companies and that customers will support change leaders with their daily decisions” – said Barbara Pasterczyk, Bank Director responsible for marketing communication at ING Bank Śląski.

The bank’s strategy is supported by the Environmental Declaration.


Source: Bank`s press release from April 5, 2022