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August 10, 2022

NN Romania intermediates mortgage loans from ING Bank starting November

NN Romania offers customers a complete solution for their home, from purchase to the protection they need in unforeseen situations. Starting November, in partnership with ING, NN introduces mortgage loans in its services portfolio, complementing the insurance package attached to loans already available to customers when buying a home.

“By expanding our financial solutions portfolio, we aim to simplify the experience customers have when buying a home and, at the same time, we are glad that our partners can benefit from our team’s sales expertise. The partnership with ING is unique from this point of view and creates multiple opportunities for all of us”, says Gerke Witteveen, Chief Financial Officer at NN.

“The ING – NN partnership is a long-term one, targeting a variety of products and services we offer together, such as health insurance or mutual funds available 100% online from Home’Bank. Given that they work successfully, we saw an opportunity to expand the partnership in the lending area as well. Thus, we are closer to our customers and offer them a new channel through which they can get more information about the home loan they want”, says Roxana Cristea, Lending Tribe Lead within ING Bank.

Customers who plan to purchase a home can contact NN specialists to provide them with the necessary information to obtain a mortgage loan from ING Bank with a value between 13,000 and 900,000 lei for their home, for a period from 3 to 30 years, with an advance payment of at least 15%. In addition, with the support of NN sales representatives, customers can also obtain information about the life insurance they can attach to the loan when in the ING Office, which provides their families with financial protection in case of unfortunate events, but also about the NN home insurance that provides protection in the event of 24 unforeseen situations that could affect their home.



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