Marieke Blom has been appointed as ING's chief economist and global head of research

Published on:
by KnowESG,

ING Groep N.V.

download (1)

ING has appointed Marieke Blom as chief economist and global head of Research. She will manage ING Research's team of more than 60 economists in a content-based and practical manner. Marieke will continue to serve as the Netherlands' chief economist, a position she has held since 2014.

With effect from 1 August 2022, Marieke Blom has been appointed chief economist and global head of Research at ING. She will provide content-based and practical management to ING Research, a team of more than 60 economists and analysts who interpret economic trends and relevant events on a daily basis, in her new role as global chief economist.

In addition to her global responsibilities, Marieke will continue to serve as the Netherlands' chief economist, a position she has held since 2014.

"ING Research is a highly skilled and innovative team that offers keen insights every day that not only add value for our customers, but also for society as a whole,"

says Marieke.

"As chief economist, I am honored to lead this team. It is my ambition for economists to commit even more to social issues, such as providing more insights to promote smart growth or publishing socially relevant research, which we have done in the Netherlands on a regular basis. Furthermore, I believe that sustainability will become a more prominent theme for our research arm. We will continue to focus on current issues while maintaining a long-term perspective. I'm excited to collaborate even more closely with my international colleagues."

Source: Ing newsroom

Share:
esg
esg
esg
esg
More from ING Groep N.V.
ING to Tweak Supervisory Board
ING to Tweak Supervisory Board
ING Publishes Annual Climate Report Highlighting Climate Progress
ING Publishes Annual Climate Report Highlighting Climate Progress
ING to Host Investor Update 2022
ING to Host Investor Update 2022
Use fewer fossil fuels and rely more on renewable energy
Use fewer fossil fuels and rely more on renewable energy