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WINDOW TO THE WORLD: "This really is going to get our U.S. client base to look at all they do with ING," says Marnix van Stiphout at ING. "Maybe they're doing cash management in Europe or have something in Asia. This opens up the globe to our clients and is a massive step forward for us."
ING recently launched its InsideBusiness platform, which aims to allow corporate clients to do things like manage their global liquidity from anywhere in the world. The product, which will be expanded slowly, is part of the company's push to compete for commercial clients in the U.S.

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