International Talent Programme
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An instant impact on millions of people
Want to watch how the banking world is changing along the sidelines? Not you! You are a driving force behind our International Talent Programme. During this 18-month track you will grow quickly, both personally and professionally. This is where you will be co-shaping the future of ING and banking thanks to your ideas and drive.
Choose your track
From a traditional bank to a genuine tech company: it all starts with data. And with the people who know what to do with it. Are you the data lover we are looking for and who is ready to take ING to the next level?
Do you read figures like a novel? If so, we are sure that you will be able to convince our C-suite with your reports and financial advice. This track will let you sink your teeth into complex calculation models and smart analyses.
Human Resources (HR)
Would you like to join us in effecting changes within ING? If so, choose to have an positive impact on 52,000 employees worldwide.
Operations & Change
ING’s transformation into a digital bank of the future doesn’t just happen on its own. It requires talented people like you, with a ‘can-do’ attitude and with the insight and dedication to design and implement a new organizational structure and efficient processes. As a trainee on the Operations & Change track you’ll help to think up, initiate and implement critical changes.
How do you see the banking world for private individuals evolving? Put your ideas with regard to product management, sales or marketing into practice from the very beginning. And join us in creating a better bank for millions of customers by doing so.
Risk management is essential to ING’s future. The financial consequences are big, the margin for error tiny. The Risk track takes you along all the different risk expertise areas within the bank. Modelling and data analytics play an increasingly important role, so there will be plenty of opport
Is there a confidential advisor in you, with whom corporate customers and government agencies can conclude financial deals? There’s only one way to find out. And that is by taking the bull by the horns.