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ING commits EUR100 million to Sustainable Investments fund

🕔 January 22, 2018
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Dutch multinational banking and financial services firm ING has launched a Sustainable Investments fund, committing EUR100 million of capital to support sustainable ’scale-ups’ with a proven concept and a positive environmental impact. The OECD definition of a scale-up is a company with an average annualized return of at least 20% in the past 3 years with at least 10 employees in the beginning of the period.

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