Convenience Loan
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ING Convenience Loan

Take advantage of a personal loan to cover your miscellaneous expenses!

Do you need to borrow money to pay for a long trip, or perhaps your dream wedding? You can when you take out this personal loan. You can cover your household spending and leave your savings intact, then repay the loan at your own pace!

  • Fixed interest rate

    Enjoy a fixed interest rate for the entire term of the loan for an amount starting from 2,000 euros.

  • Repay at your own pace

    Whether for the term or amount, use the online tool to calculate your personal loan and choose the formula that suits you.

The ING Convenience Loan is a personal loan allowing you to pay for personal, miscellaneous expenses, such as a long trip or family celebration, furniture, household appliances or IT equipment, etc. This instalment loan intended for private spending is covered by the law on consumer loans (PDF).

The term of your personal loan is a minimum of 6 months. The exact duration depends both on the amount you borrow and your financial situation. As for the amount, you can borrow a minimum of 2,000 euros with no upper limit. But if need be, you can discuss the amount you wish to borrow with your ING liaison officer.

Good news: no administration fee is charged for the ING Convenience Loan.

And the interest rate is fixed for the entire term of the loan. The rate is set according to the amount you borrow and the repayment schedule.

The ING Convenience loan is a personal instalment loan for personal use subject to consumer credit legislation. Offer reserved for natural persons over 18 and subject to prior acceptance of your application by ING Belgium and to mutual agreement. General conditions for ING loans are available from any ING branch and on

ING Belgium S.A./N.V.– Bank / Creditor – Registered office: Avenue Marnix 24, B-1000 Brussels

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