UK - Dutch financial giant ING has poached Igno van Waesberghe to head up its UK operations.
Van Waesberghe joins ING after over 25 years at rival firm ABN Amro where he held several senior banking positions in the UK, Asia and the Netherlands.
He replaces Philippe Damas who moves to chief of ING’s private banking group in April.
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