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Kate Pohl, Managing Director, is the new Head of Transaction Services Sales Germany and Austria for ING Commercial Banking in Frankfurt

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Frankfurt – ING Commercial Banking Germany and Austria remains on its growth path and today announces the appointment of Kate Pohl as Managing Director and new Head of Transaction Services Sales Germany and Austria. Kate Pohl has more than 20 years of industry experience.  She brings her client, product and solution know-how to her new position within Transaction Services- a core business of ING Commercial Banking.

Kate Pohl brings expertise and network  

“With her broad network and in-depth expertise, Kate Pohl is a great addition to our team in Frankfurt”, says Mark Milders, CEO/General Manager ING Commercial Banking Germany and Austria. He goes on to say that “Our goal is to further expand our Transaction Services business with the help of the strong international network of ING especially in those areas, where we can offer our clients a clear value added by our sector expertise.“

Focus on customer benefits

“ING Commercial Banking Germany is expanding rapidly and it is very exciting to be part of this growth. ING Commercial Banking is building quality and value for their clients and I am very happy to be able to contribute to this growth story“, underlines Kate Pohl. “My first and foremost goal will be to help strengthen and align our resources in the area of Transaction Services to meet our customers´ needs.”

Before joining ING, Kate Pohl was with Citigroup in Frankfurt for five years as Managing Director of Global Transaction Services. Previously, she worked for the Bank of New York in New York and Frankfurt, the Chase Manhattan Bank and ABN Amro Bank, both in Frankfurt and Amsterdam.  During this time she held various management positions in the areas of Transaction Services and Compliance. 

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