Dutch bank ING plans to create more roles in London to increase trading team size to 150

William Turvill
Follow William
Dutch bank ING is headquartered in Amsterdam (Source: Getty)

Dutch bank ING is creating more new roles in its London office.

As part of a shake-up, the bank is beefing up its UK-based financial markets team, which will have a headcount of around 150.

In October, the firm closed 36 positions in Amsterdam, creating 25 roles in London.

And ING recently told staff a further 43 domestic jobs would be discontinued, with 22 opened in the UK capital.

Read more: UK retail banks with the best (and worst) reputations revealed

In addition, 11 new roles will be created in the Amsterdam financial markets division, which will also have around 150 staff.

ING announced in October that a review would be looking into its financial markets activities, affecting the structuring, quants, credit trading and global equity products teams.

The latest changes were announced internally in mid-May and emerged publicly today.

Read more: Irish government confirms plans to float €12bn Allied Irish Banks in London

Related articles