Regional insurer of the year - ING Central Europe



Even before the dissolution of the Soviet Union had been made official, with the signing of the Belavezha Accords in December 1991, ING had made it clear that it was very interested in moving into some of these newly democratised markets. Its first East European branch was established in Hungary in 1991, offering simple protection products to the emerging middle class. Since then, it has expanded into Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and even Russia. The more mature

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