ING’s Share Buyback Program Reaches 3.7 Million Shares, Signaling Strong Progress

ING Repurchases Nearly 1.7 Million Shares, Demonstrating Progress in Buyback Initiative

ING Repurchases Nearly 1.7 Million Shares, Demonstrating Progress in Buyback Initiative

(IN BRIEF) ING announces progress in its share buyback program, repurchasing 1,687,860 shares at an average price of €12.04 during the week of May 22nd to May 26th, 2023. The total number of shares repurchased under the program is now 3,755,396, representing approximately 2.99% of the maximum total value of the buyback program. Detailed information on the repurchased shares and transactions can be found on the ING website. ING, a global financial institution with a strong European presence, offers banking services through ING Bank and focuses on sustainability and ESG initiatives. ING Group shares are listed on several stock exchanges.

(PRESS RELEASE) AMSTERDAM, 30-May-2023 — /EuropaWire/ — ING announced today that it has made significant progress in its share buyback programme, with 1,687,860 shares repurchased during the week of May 22nd to May 26th, 2023. The shares were acquired at an average price of €12.04, totaling €20,328,322.53. Detailed information regarding daily repurchases, individual transactions, and weekly reports can be found on the ING website at

To date, a total of 3,755,396 ordinary shares have been repurchased under the programme, at an average price of €11.95, with a total consideration of €44,885,241.26. Approximately 2.99% of the maximum total value of the share buyback programme has been completed thus far.

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Note: ING Group shares are listed on exchanges in Amsterdam (INGA NA, INGA.AS), Brussels, and the New York Stock Exchange (ADRs: ING US, ING.N). The bank has a strong focus on sustainability, reflected in its leading position in sector benchmarks and high ESG ratings from reputable agencies such as MSCI, Sustainalytics, and S&P Global Ratings. ING Group shares are included in major sustainability and ESG index products of Euronext, STOXX, Morningstar, and FTSE Russell.


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