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ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
ING Group Business Rankings April 2007
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  • 1. ING GROUP & BUSINESS RANKINGS March 2007 [Updated for Q406]
  • 2. Top 20 global financial institutions # Name Market value in EUR billion as of 29 December 2006 1 CITIGROUP INC 210.1 2 BANK OF AMERICA CORP 184.6 3 HSBC HOLDINGS 160.2 4 AMER INTL GROUP 142.0 5 JPM CHASE 129.1 6 MITSUBISHI UFJ FINANCIAL 101.8 7 UBS 96.6 8 ROYAL BANK SCOTLAND 94.8 9 WELLS FARGO 91.8 10 BANCO SANTANDER 88.3 11 WACHOVIA CORP 83.6 12 BNPPARIBAS 76.9 13 ING 74.6 14 BARCLAYS 71.6 15 UNICREDITO 69.6 16 ALLIANZ 67.2 17 MORGAN STANLEY DEAN WITTER 66.5 18 GOLDMAN SACHS 65.9 19 BBVA 64.9 20 MIZUHO FINANCIAL GROUP 64.5 Source: Bloomberg, Dec 06. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 2
  • 3. Top 20 financial institutions in Europe # Name Market value in EUR billion as of 29 December 2006 HSBC HOLDINGS 160.2 1 96.5 UBS 2 ROYAL BANK SCOTLAND 94.8 3 88.3 BANCO SANTANDER 4 BNPPARIBAS 76.9 5 74.6 ING 6 BARCLAYS 71.6 7 69.6 UNICREDITO 8 ALLIANZ 9 67.2 64.9 BBVA 10 64.5 HALIFAX BANK OF SCOTLAND 11 64.5 CREDIT SUISSE GROUP 12 64.1 AXA 13 59.6 SOCIETE GENERALE 14 52.9 DEUTSCHE BANK 15 48.2 LLOYDS TSB GROUP 16 47.9 CREDIT AGRICOLE 17 47.1 ABN AMRO 18 42.7 GENERALI 19 42.5 FORTIS 20 Source: Bloomberg, Dec 06. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 3
  • 4. Top global financial institutions 1991 - 2006 4 March 1991 December 1994 29 December 2006 Market cap. Market cap. Market cap. Financial Institution in bln EUR Financial Institution in bln EUR Financial Institution in bln EUR 1 INDUSTRIAL BK. JAPAN 81.9 1 BANK OF TOKYO-MITSUB. 74.3 1 CITIGROUP INC 210.1 2 FUJI BANK 77.1 2 INDUSTRIAL BK. JAPAN 73.0 2 BANK OF AMERICA CORP 184.6 3 DAI-ICHI KANGYO BK. 71.3 3 FUJI BANK 67.1 3 HSBC HOLDINGS 160.2 4 BANK OF TOKYO-MITSUB. 68.7 4 SUMITOMO BANK 62.8 4 AMER INTL GROUP 142.0 5 SANWA BANK 68.3 5 DAI-ICHI KANGYO BK. 61.8 5 JPM CHASE 129.1 6 SUMITOMO BANK 68.1 6 SANWA BANK 60.5 6 MITSUBISHI UFJ FINANCIAL 101.8 7 SAKURA BANK 65.2 7 SAKURA BANK 46.8 7 UBS 96.6 8 NOMURA SECURITIES 41.4 8 NOMURA SECURITIES 42.8 8 ROYAL BANK SCOTLAND 94.8 9 TOKAI BANK 35.8 9 AMER. INTL. GP. 36.4 9 WELLS FARGO 91.8 10 MITSUBISHI TST. & BKG. 23.4 10 ASAHI BANK 28.3 10 BANCO SANTANDER 88.3 11 AMER. INTL. GP. 23.1 11 BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY 28.3 11 WACHOVIA CORP 83.6 12 ALLIANZ 22.0 12 ALLIANZ 26.5 12 76.9 BNP PARIBAS 13 TOKYO MAR. & FIRE INS. 21.4 13 TOKAI BANK 25.6 13 ING 74.6 14 DAIWA BANK 21.4 14 FANNIE MAE 23.4 14 BARCLAYS 71.6 15 SUMITOMO TRUST & BANKING 20.9 15 MITSUBISHI TST. & BKG. 20.4 15 UNICREDITO 69.6 16 MITSUBISHI ESTATE 20.6 16 DAIWA SECURITIES GROUP 20.4 16 ALLIANZ 67.2 17 YASUDA TST. & BKG. 19.6 17 TOKYO MAR. & FIRE INS. 19.9 17 MORGAN STANLEY DEAN WRITER 66.5 18 DAIWA SECURITIES GROUP 18.7 18 SUMITOMO TRUST & BANKING 18.3 18 GOLDMAN SACHS 65.9 19 NIKKO SECURITIES 15.5 19 DEUTSCHE BANK 18.0 19 BBVA 64.9 20 ASAHI BANK 15.3 20 AMERICAN EXPRESS 17.6 20 MIZUHO FINANCIAL GROUP 64.5 56 ING GROUP 4.9 33 ING GROUP 10.4 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 4
  • 5. Big in Forbes Global 2000 list 2006 Ranking by Assets 1. Citigroup 1. Barclays 2. Bank of America 2. BNP Paribas 3. HSBC Holdings 3. Citigroup 4. General Electric 4. HSBC Holdings 5. JPMorgan Chase 5. UBS 6. American Intl Group 6. Royal bank of Scotland 7. Exxon Mobile 7. ING Group 8. Royal Dutch Shell 8. Mitsubishi UFJ Finl 9. UBS 9. Deutsche Bank Group 10. ING Group 10. Bank of America 11. BP 11. Allianz 12. Toyota Motor 12. JPMorgan Chase 13. Royal Bank of Scotland 13. ABN AMRO Holding 14. BNP Paribas 14. Mizuho Financial Footnotes & Methodology: The Forbes Global 2000 is a comprehensive list of the world’s biggest and most powerful companies, as measured by a composite ranking for sales, profits, assets, and market value. All figures are in U.S. dollars and are latest available. Market value is as of April 2007 Sources: Exshare, FT Interactive Data, Reuters Fundamentals, and Worldscope via FactSet Research Systems; Bloomberg Financial Markets. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 5
  • 6. Fortune 500 company 2006 Insurance: Life, Health (Stock) 1. Exxon Mobil 1. ING Group 2. Wal-Mart Stores 2. AXA 3. Royal Dutch Shell 3. Assicurazioni Generali 4. BP 4. Aviva 5. General Motors 5. Prudential 6. Chevron 6. Legal & General Group 7. DaimlerChrysler 7. CNP Assurances 8. Toyota Motor 8. MetLife 9. Ford Motor 9. Aegon 10. CondcoPhillips 10. Prudential Financial 11. General Electrics 11. China Life 12. Total 12. Samsung Life 13. ING Group 13. Manulife Financial 14. Old Mutual 14. Citigroup 15. Power Corp. of Canada 15. AXA 16. Allianz 17. Volkswagen 18. Fortis 19. Credit Agricole 20. American International Group Source: Fortune, February 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 6
  • 7. 2nd largest Dutch corporation Source: Fortune, February 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 7
  • 8. Top global brand ING ranked 85th in the InterBrand / BusinessWeek Top 100 Global Brands survey, seeing a 20%+ increase in brand equity since its first entry in the list in 2004. Source: BusinessWeek, November 2006 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 8
  • 9. Major investment house ING Investment Management is among world’s top houses according to assets under management Source: Global Investor, March 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 9
  • 10. Among top 25 global banks ING ranks as one of the world’s largest banks according to its Tier I capital Source: The Banker, March 07. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 10
  • 11. Leading real estate investors US trade magazine Pensions & Investments named ING Real Estate as #1 according to assets under management 2006 Global Real Estate Investment Manager Rankings US$ bn 1. ING Real Estate 82,8 2. Prudential Real Estate 52,2 3. TIAA-CREF 46,4 4. RREEF/Deutsche Bank Real Estate 39,6 5. Principal Real Estate 35,2 6. UBS Global Real Estate 29,4 7. JPMorgan Asset Management 29,1 8. Lasalle Investment 25,2 9. CB Richard Ellis Investors 20,4 10. Morgan Stanley 18,6 Source: Pensions & Investments, March 07. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 11
  • 12. Leading real estate investors The Watson Wyatt Global Alternatives Survey 2006 ranked ING Real Estate as the #2 global asset manager 2006 Alternatives Survey for Asset Manager Rankings US$ mln 1. RREEF 62,183.00 2. ING Real Estate Investment Management 55,646.20 3. Hamilton Lane Advisors, LLC 48,793.00 4. MAN Investments 45,800.00 5. Morley Fund Management 38,313.99 6. AXA Real Estate Investment Managers 36,600.00 7. UBS AG / UBS Global Asset Management Real Estate - US 30,608.00 8. LaSalle Investment Management 30,503.00 9. JP Morgan Asset Management 29,700.00 10. Prudential M&G 29,500.00 Source: Pensions & Investments, March 07. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 12
  • 13. ING Insurance Asia/Pacific
  • 14. ING is #2 life insurer in Asia Geographical Footprint 12 life insurance operations Gross Premium Income Pre Tax Profit in 10 countries of € 12.14 bn of € 621 mn Taiwan Korea • #4 in life insurance • #7 in life insurance • APE - € 853 mn • APE - € 271 mn Japan Australia and NZ • #3 in life and #4 in wealth • #10 in life insurance management • APE - € 651 mn Dalian • APE - € 236 mn Tokyo Seoul China Shanghai • #8 in Shanghai Taipei • #3 in Dalian Hong Kong Bangalore India Bangkok • #5 in life insurance Rest of Asia Kuala Lumpur Thailand • APE - € 170 mn • #7 in life insurance Hong Kong • #8 in life insurance Auckland Malaysia Sydney • #1 in employee benefits and # 4 in individual life Note: APE figures are for the full year period ending 31 Dec 2006 APE denotes Annualised Premium Equivalent and equals 100% of annual plus 10% of single premiums` ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 14
  • 15. Individual strong business units ING business units were ranked 14th, 16th and 18th among the Top 50 Insurers in FinanceAsia’s second insurance listing ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 15
  • 16. Global Industry Leader ING (no.13) took the top insurance spot from France’s AXA (no.15) thanks to growth in its banking business, a vibrant real estate market and fewer claims. ING’s results show 31% revenue growth and profits of US$9 billion Source: Fortune, March 2007. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 16
  • 17. ING Wholesale Banking, Asia
  • 18. Among top loan syndications players 2006 Asia Pacific Syndicated Loans ex Japan & Australia Rank Bookrunners Value % Mkt. No. of (US$M) Share Deals 1 Standard Chartered 13,798.8 9.0 122 2 HSBC Holdings PLC 11,701.4 7.6 93 3 Citigroup 9,189.8 6.0 78 4 Calyon 7,794.8 5.1 89 5 DBS Group Holdings 7,718.2 5.0 88 6 BNP Paribas SA 6,904.0 4.5 77 7 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp 6,401.8 4.2 73 8 ING 5,108.4 3.3 38 9 ABN AMRO 4,662.5 3.0 50 10 China Trust Co Ltd 4,109.2 2.6 69 ______________________________________________________________________ Industry Total 154,142.3 100.0 734 Source: Thomson, December 2006 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 18
  • 19. Among top sales people in Asia The Asian G3 Bond Benchmark Survey 2006 Weighted by Turnover Sales people Share of Score Points % 1 Credit Suisse 8.9 365.7 2 Merrill Lynch 6.5 270.0 3 UBS 5.6 230.4 4 Morgan Stanley 5.6 230.0 5 HSBC 4.9 201.2 6 JP Morgan 3.8 155.8 7 Barclays 3.7 154.4 8 ING 3.7 150.9 9 Barclays 3.1 127.5 10 Barclays 2.6 108.6 _________________________________________________________________ Source: The Asset, December 2006 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 19
  • 20. Among top sales people in Asia G3 Corporate High Yield – Asia (excl. Japan) Advisor Value % (US$ m) 99.54 1 Lehman Brothers 36.35 2 Credit Suisse 99.54 36.35 3 ING Bank 74.76 27.30 Source: Dealogic, February 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 20
  • 21. Focusing on key countries 2006 Asia Bookrunners 2006 China Bookrunners Advisor Value No. of Advisor Value No. of (US$ m) Deals (US$ m) Deals 1 Standard Chartered Bank 11,292.6 89 1 ING Bank 1,463.7 6 2 HSBC 9,149.1 62 2 Bank of China 1,326.8 4 3 Citigroup 7,746.9 53 3 HSBC 1,297.8 8 4 DBS Bank 6,251.1 65 4 DBS Bank 1,017.1 5 5 Calyon Corporate & Inv. Bank 5,579.3 63 5 China Construction Bank 993.8 3 6 BNP Paribas 5,057.1 59 6 Standard Chartered Bank 976.1 7 7 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp 4,610.8 48 7 Calyon Corporate & Inv. Bank 955.0 7 8 ABN AMRO Bank 3,663.0 34 8 Ind. & Comm. Bank of China 940.8 2 9 ING Bank 3,523.2 28 9 ABN AMRO Bank 535.2 6 10 Barclays Capital 2,819.4 24 10 Societe Generale 468.7 3 Total market 13,146.1 55 Total market 13,146.1 55 Source: Basis Point, December 2006 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 21
  • 22. Focusing on key countries 2006 New Zealand Mandated Arrangers 2006 South Korea Mandated Arrangers Advisor Value No. of Advisor Value No. of (US$ m) Deals (US$ m) Deals 1 Credit Suisse 2,092.5 1 1 Korea Development Bank 1,983.9 30 2 ANZ Investment Bank 1,909.1 23 2 Citigroup 1,028.4 17 3 Westpac Banking Corp 1,716.9 14 3 Kookmin Bank 987.8 19 4 National Australia Bank 1,660.0 15 4 Woori Bank 932.5 14 5 Citigroup 622.3 3 5 Calyon Corporate & Inv. Bank 894.0 21 6 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 418.2 6 6 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp 877.3 25 7 HSBC 285.8 3 7 BNP Paribas 828.4 16 8 Bank of Scotland 176.0 3 8 ING Bank 566.3 11 9 Rabobank 137.3 2 9 Mizuho Corporate Bank 564.4 14 10 ING Bank 127.0 1 10 Standard Chartered Bank 556.3 16 Total market 9,432.5 41 Total market 14,862.4 102 2006 China Mandated Arrangers Advisor Value No. of (US$ m) Deals 1 HSBC 1,424.1 10 2 Bank of China 1,411.5 11 3 China Construction Bank 1,204.5 6 4 Ind. & Comm. Bank of China 1,191.4 6 5 Calyon Corporate & Inv. Bank 1,183.3 12 6 DBS Bank 998.5 8 7 ING Bank 871.5 10 8 Standard Chartered Bank 859.7 10 9 Societe Generale 700.4 6 10 Mizuho Corporate Bank 652.1 7 Total market 16,185.5 69 Source: Basis Point, December 2006 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 22
  • 23. Focusing on key countries 2006 Indonesia Bookrunners 2006 New Zealand Bookrunners Mandated arrangers Value No. of Mandated arrangers Value No. of (US$ m) Deals (US$ m) Deals 1 Credit Suisse 1,700.0 2 1 Credit Suisse 2,092.5 1 2 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp 574.4 7 2 ANZ Investment Bank 1,437.7 12 3 Standard Chartered Bank 397.5 5 3 Westpac Banking Corp 1,023.6 4 4 Barclays Capital 276.7 3 4 National Australia Bank 924.2 4 5 DBS Bank 255.5 6 5 Citigroup 500.0 1 6 HSBC 131.2 1 6 ING Bank 252.2 2 7 ING Bank 127.0 1 7 United Overseas Bank 205.0 1 8 Mizuho Corporate Bank 202.2 2 8 Deutsche Bank 84.6 1 9 Chinatrust Commercial Bank 164.7 4 9=Bank of Scotland 71.6 1 10 ABN AMRO Bank 163.0 3 9=Royal Bank of Scotland 71.6 1 Total market 5,162.3 28 Total market 6,505.2 25 2006 Singapore Bookrunners 2006 South Korea Bookrunners Mandated arrangers Value No. of Mandated arrangers Value No. of (US$ m) Deals (US$ m) Deals 1 DBS Bank 2,667.2 15 1 Korea Development Bank 1,898.7 22 2 Standard Chartered Bank 1,858.2 10 2 Calyon Corporate & Inv. Bank 906.0 14 3 Barclays Capital 1,290.0 2 3 Standard Chartered Bank 706.1 12 4 Royal Bank of Scotland 1,230.3 2 4 Kookmin Bank 688.4 10 5 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp 1,084.7 8 5 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp 643.1 13 6 OCBC Bank 965.6 10 6 BNP Paribas 641.2 11 7 HSBC 807.0 9 7 Woori Bank 605.7 7 8 Citigroup 800.3 4 8 Citigroup 563.3 9 9 BNP Paribas 646.9 10 9 ING Bank 540.7 9 10 ING Bank 456.0 2 10 Mizuho Corporate Bank 354.4 5 Total market 13,743.9 51 Total market 10,499.7 68 Source: Basis Point, December 2006 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 23
  • 24. ING Private Banking, Asia
  • 25. Top in rankings in Asia poll ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT US$ > 20M ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT Top 10 US$ 10.01M-20M ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT • Best Overall Private Bank in Top 5 US$ 5.01M-10M Southeast Asia ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT • Best Overall Private Bank in Top 5 • Best with Issues of US$ 1M-5M Southeast Asia Confidentiality & Security • Best Global Private Bank in Top 10 • Best Structured Products & was yet again voted one • Best Client Relationship Asia Derivatives of the Best Global Private Management & Servicing • Best Global Private Bank in • Best Overall Private Bank in Banks active in Asia in • Best Alternative Investments Asia • Best Trust Service / Estate Greater China 2006. such as Hedge Funds & Private Planning / Fiduciary Services • Best Trust Service / Estate Equity The 2006 Private Banking • Best Advisory Portfolio Planning / Fiduciary Services Poll was conducted by • Best with Issues of Management Asiamoney and involved a Confidentiality & Security • Best Online Services total of 472 high net worth • Best Client Relationship individuals. • Best Discretionary Portfolio Management & Servicing Management Respondents were asked to • Best Trust Service / Estate nominate private banks Planning / Fiduciary Services Top 10 across different categories • Best Advisory Portfolio & four different sub -regions • Best Global Private Bank in Management in Asia. Asia • Best Online Services • Best Quality of Administration • Best Discretionary Portfolio Management Top 5 • Best Global Private Bank in Asia Source: Asiamoney, March 2007. ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 25
  • 26. Top twenty ranking in global poll for Asia Rank Entity Previous Rank 1 UBS 1 2 Citigroup 2 3 HSBC 3 4 Credit Suisse 4 5 Merrill Lynch 6 6 Deutsche Bank 12 7 JPMorgan 5 8 BNP Paribas 13 9 SG 14 10 ABN Amro 7 11 Pictet 8 12 Goldman Sachs 9 13 Morgan Stanley 17 14 Bank Degroof 15 Fortis 11 16 SEB 17 Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch 22 18 Coutts 10 19 ING 16 20 Santander Source: Euromoney, January 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 26
  • 27. ING Asset Management, Asia
  • 28. No. 1 Global Real Estate Fund Manager (AUM) Global Real Estate Assets under Management Total €m Australasia Asia Name of Fund Manager 1. ING Real Estate 79,220 5488 1294 2. RREEF 53,685 6117 1231 3. Morley Fund Management 47,979 - 7 4. Morgan Stanley Real Estate 47,655 26 9677 5. Pramerica Financial Inc 46,519 30 2516 6. Lasalle Investment Management 32,005 126 3303 7. Axa Real Estate Investment Managers 32,000 - - 8. UBS Global Asset Management Real Estate 30,459 1021 3011 9. Principal Real Estate Investors 28,144 55 - 10. PRUPIM 27,666 276 312 Source: Banker, March 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 28
  • 29. Top 10 Fund Manager Segregated Mandates Segregated Mandates under Management Total €m Australasia Asia Name of Fund Manager 1. PRUPIM 27,665 276 312 2. Principal Real Estate Investors 26,386 - - 3. Morley Fund Management 25,920 - - 4. Axa Real Estate Investment Managers 21,000 - - 5. Pramerica Financial Inc 20,486 - 87 6. Lasalle Investment Management 19,317 - 635 7. ING Real Estate - 18,871 379 2362 8. RREEF 17,731 - 3690 9. Macquarie Goodman Group 13,570 2200 - 10. CB Richard Ellis Investors 13,393 - Source: Banker, March 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 29
  • 30. Top 3 Fund Manager Planned Vehicles Planned Indirect Vehicle Launches for 2006/2007 No. of Planned Launches Name of Fund Manager 1. IVG Immobilien AG 8 2. Lasalle Investment Management 6+ 3. ING Real Estate 5 4. Grosvenor Fund Management 4-6 5. Halverton Real Estate Investment Management 3 6. Charter Hall Group 3 7. Invista Real Estate Investment Management 3 8. Cordea Savillis 3 9. Lend Lease Real Estate Investment 2+ 10. Bouwfonds Asset Management 2+ Source: Banker, March 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 30
  • 31. Top 10 Fund Manager Launched Vehicles Vehicles Launched in 2006 No. of Vehicles Launched Name of Fund Manager to Date in 2006 1. The Carlyle Group 8 2. Aberdeen Property Investors 7 3. Cordea Savillis 7 4. Bouwfonds Asset Management 5+ 5. The Praedium Group 5 6. ING Real Estate 5 7. Cohen & Steers Capital Management Inc 5 8. Niam 4 9. Axa Real Estate Investment Managers 4 10. Lasalle Investment Management 4 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 31
  • 32. Top wealth manager in Asia Institutional Investor ranked ING Group as #4 largest foreign wealth manager active in Asia according to assets under management Source: Institutional Investor, March 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 32
  • 33. ING IM #2 largest Asia (ex Japan) manager Assets under management Largest retail fund manager Operations in 12 major Geographic Footprint economies of € 69.4 bn in Asia (ex Japan) Australia China • #5 in asset management #24 in asset management • #11 in Australia • AuM - € 3 bn 1 • AuM - € 22.8 bn Hong Kong India • #22 in asset management • AuM - € 3.1 bn • AuM - € 0.5 bn Seoul Tokyo Japan Korea • #4 in asset management #6 • #21 in asset management • AuM - € 14 bn • AuM - € 16 bn 9.5 bn • AuM - € 2.7 bn Taipei Shenzhen Hong Kong Mumbai Malaysia New Zealand Bangkok Manila • #4 insurance asset #13 insurance asset • #2 in asset management manager • AuM - € 25 bn 4.9 bn • AuM - € 1 bn 0.2 bn Kuala Lumpur Philippines Singapore Singapore • #9 in asset management #5 • AuM - € 0.2 bn • AuM - € 1 bn 1.1 bn Thailand Taiwan Auckland • #4 in asset management #5 • #3 in asset management #1 Sydney • AuM - € 2 bn 3.3 bn • AuM - € 13 bn 15.6 bn Note: AuM figures are for the 12 month period ending 31 Dec 2006 AuM for Japan includes € 7 bn of ING Life Japan mutual fund portfolio ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 33
  • 34. Moving up in rankings ING Investment Management Asia/Pacific was the number one retail asset manager, but moved to sixth position among institutional investors in Asia, ex Japan Assets under Management, Asia Pacific Retail Asset Manager Asia, ex-Japan Asset Manager Value bn Asset Manager Value bn SSGA € 90,563 Fidelity Investments € 13,245 Alliance Bernstein € 67,064 Prudential of the UK € 11,667 AIG € 62,490 ING € 11,044 Fidelity Investments € 62,406 HSBC € 9,715 ING Investment Management € 57,731 Alliance Bernstein € 8,272 Source: Asia Asset Management, March 2007 ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 34
  • 35. Certain of the statements contained herein are statements of future expectations and other forward-looking statements. These expectations are based on management's current views and assumptions and involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties. Actual results, performance or events may differ materially from those in such statements due to, among other things, (i) general economic conditions, in particular economic conditions in ING’s core markets, (ii) performance of financial markets, including emerging markets, (iii) the frequency and severity of insured loss events, (iv) mortality and morbidity levels and trends, (v) persistency levels, (vi) interest rate levels, (vii) currency exchange rates (viii) general competitive factors, (ix) changes in laws and regulations, (x) changes in the policies of governments and/or regulatory authorities. ING assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking information contained in this document. www.ing.com ING Last Updated: 20-Mar-07 35

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