Tracks

ING expects future leaders to be inspiring and able to set clear direction. But above all to be highly skilled in the business of banking. Therefore you choose a Track – an intensive career path that corresponds with one of our areas of activities: Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, Finance, Risk or IT. Each track exposes you to in-depth knowledge of the relevant business area, teaches you project management skills and develops the leadership skills necessary for complex environments. All tracks prepare you to become a leading banker who achieves sustainable results for our customers.

Please note: The availability of tracks differ per country.

Our tracks

  • Wholesale Banking

    Could you truly understand our clients business and become a trusted advisor?

    Because that is what Commercial Banking is about. The Commercial Banking Track of the ING International Talent Programme introduces you to a dynamic, competitive and international environment. In doing so, it prepares you for a career as a far sighted banker, able to truly understand your client's business, becoming a trusted advisors who achieves sustainable results with and for our client.

    This track is available in: Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States

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  • Retail Banking

    Could you bring better banking to millions of people?

    That’s what the Retail Banking Track of the ING International Talent Programme is all about. Every step of the way you’ll be coached in all there is to know about retail banking in the 21st century. You’ll acquire real expertise, develop new skills, access valuable networks and decide the goals you want to aim for.

    This track is available in: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain, Turkey

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  • Information Technology

    Do you want to innovate now to ensure future success?

    The IT Track of the ING International Talent Programme gives you the opportunity to work at the cutting-edge of financial technology. Quite simply, IT underpins everything we do and today's innovations will define the future of our company and shape the future of banking.

    This track is available in: Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Turkey

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  • Risk

    Do you know how to balance opportunity with risk?

    The Risk track of the IITP involves working with our Financial Risk divisions such as Corporate Credit Risk Management and Corporate Market Risk Management. Credit Risk manages all risks related to the loans held by ING Bank to reduce both commercial and legal risk issues. Market Risk aims to reduce our market risk in relation to our corporate earnings and invested capital by analyzing and monitoring all of ING Bank’s market risks worldwide.

    This track is available in: Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Turkey

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  • Finance

    Can you find the insight in complex numbers that will lead to better decisions?

    The Finance Track of the ING International Talent Programme prepares you for a role that is of vital importance to our company. It involves analysing the past and forecasting the future as you provide the advice that enables us to take the right decisions for sustainable success.

    This track is available in: Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Turkey

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Application process

Before applying for the ING International Talent Programme (IITP), you first need to choose one of the five tracks: Retail Banking, Commercial Banking, Finance, Risk or Information Technology. Once you’ve decided which track suits you best, the next step is to submit your application for the IITP. Simply apply online for a current trainee vacancy within the track of your choice, and convince us of your potential.

Your application marks the start of the selection procedure, which can last between four and six weeks. The procedure can vary slightly depending on the track you’ve chosen. The actual traineeship programme starts twice a year, in April and October.

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Last modified: 05 March 2014

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