ING Wholesale Banking in Kazakhstan

We were one of the first international financial institutions active in Kazakhstan with a representative office established in 1997. Since then, we have gained a reputation as a reliable partner for many Kazakhstani clients that include local banks and leading corporates. Although our representative office in Kazakhstan does not carry out any commercial activities and banking operations in the country, as the market developed, we have been successful in engaging our resources out of global hubs such as Amsterdam, London, Frankfurt to offer a wide range of products to Kazakhstani companies. This includes structured finance, general lending, financial markets, debt capital markets advisory as well as mergers and acquisitions.

Our presence in Kazakhstan

  • Structured finance, international debt capital markets, and treasury products
  • Client focus – single point of contact – tailored services
  • Network of product specialists, industry experts

Our office in Kazakhstan possesses profound knowledge of the local market and manages relationships with leading domestic corporates. We also support global ING teams in structured finance, syndicated lending, project finance, debt capital markets advisory, and trade finance services.  We successfully apply our sector expertise to serve clients in oil and gas, mining, telecom, infrastructure, agriculture, as well as the financial sectors. Get in touch and find out how we can help you in Kazakhstan.

Awards

Global Finance

ING's AI tool Katana named Innovator

2020
Environmental Finance

ING wins Green bond of the Year award

2020

The Republic of Kazakhstan

The Republic of Kazakhstan is located in Central Asia and covers an area of 2,724,900 km2 (1,049,150 mi2), roughly the area of Western Europe. Kazakhstan is the second largest republic of the former Soviet Union, after Russia, and the ninth largest country in the world. It borders Russia to the north, the Caspian Sea to the west, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and the Kyrgyz Republic to the south and China to the east.

Kazakhstan is the biggest economy in the region and rich in natural resources, most notably oil and natural gas, but also  minerals, including iron ore, chromium, uranium, copper, nickel, cobalt, gold and many others. In addition, Kazakhstan has considerable agricultural potential for both grain and livestock production.