ING, partner in Vlerick's Sustainability Management programme

As a pioneer in sustainable finance in Belgium, ING is proud to support the "Take the Lead in Sustainability Management" programme at Vlerick Business School to accelerate the sustainable transition. A transformation of society to which everyone can contribute.

Working together for a sustainable world

As a bank, ING is well placed to contribute to the transition both through its own impact and by supporting its customers in moving towards a sustainable world. It therefore has several levers to help support the transition. Raising awareness and sharing knowledge is part of this, creating a positive impact and helping people stay ahead of the game.

"Our ambition in Belgium is to become the most influential bank in building a sustainable future for our business, employees, customers and communities, with a clear focus on climate change." Peter Adams, CEO ING Belgium

Learning & Development: a pillar of sustainable transition at ING

Learning & Development is therefore an important pillar at ING. The bank works with business schools and universities to link academic knowledge with business reality. ING wants to bring its customers and employees on board for this academic journey, with the ultimate aim of helping to protect our planet for future generations. 

Take the Lead in Sustainability

That is why ING is proud to be a partner in the Vlerick Business School's "Take the Lead in Sustainability Management" programme. This ten-week programme is designed for professionals, consultants and entrepreneurs from all types of companies and from all sectors who want to take the initiative to develop their organisation in a sustainable way.

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Do you want to integrate environmental, social and corporate governance factors into the strategy, and very essence, of your organisation?

>Discover the "Take the Lead in Sustainability" programme 2023 and sign up hier.


ING Climate School

For some months now, ING has been offering an e-learning course for all its employees called "ING Climate School". The aim is to help employees understand and reduce their carbon footprints. Indeed, employees play a central role in the sustainable transition strategy, both internally and with customers.

In addition to the ING Climate School, ING will also launch a new project for its employees from 2023: "The Climate Fresk", collaborative workshops on climate change based on learning and feeling. The bank will also continue its "Sustainability Boost" programmes to encourage its employees to take action on a daily basis through their business and expertise.

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