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Tue, May 24 2016

BUZZ-KBC and ING: Goldman Sachs upgrade boost stocks

** Lenders KBC Groep and ING Groep up 2.7 pct and 1.6 pct respectively after Goldman Sachs talks up Benelux banks

ING head discussed fibre-optic investments with Italy PM

MILAN, May 19 The head of ING Group discussed helping to fund the expansion of high-speed Internet in Italy at a meeting with Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on Thursday, a spokeswoman for the Dutch financial services group said.

UPDATE 1-ING misses earnings forecast on higher regulatory costs

AMSTERDAM, May 10 ING Group, the Netherlands' largest financial services company, reported lower-than-expected first-quarter earnings on Tuesday, blaming higher "regulatory costs."

BRIEF-ING Groep Q1 underlying net result down at 842 million euros

* Q1 underlying net result 842 million euros ($957.52 million)

BRIEF-ING Groep to sell remaining shares in NN Group

* To sell its remaining 45.7 million ordinary shares in NN Group

BRIEF-Fitch upgrades ING bank and ING group to 'A+' outlook stable

* Fitch-upgrades ING bank and ING group to 'A+' outlook stable

UPDATE 1-Dutch bank ING plans to scrap trust office defence

AMSTERDAM, March 10 ING, the largest Dutch bank, will hold a vote on abolishing one of its two key protections against hostile shareholders, the bank said on Thursday in documents announcing an annual general meeting on April 25.

Dutch bank ING plans to hold vote on anti-takeover structure

AMSTERDAM, March 10 ING, the largest Dutch bank, plans to hold a vote on abolishing a depositary receipt structure that functions as an anti-takeover defence at its next shareholder meeting on April 25.

BRIEF-ING Groep to be included in Belgian BEL 20 index

* ING Groep to be included in the Belgium BEL 20 index on Euronext Brussels

UPDATE 2-ING beats earnings forecast, plays down oil exposure

AMSTERDAM, Feb 4 ING, the Netherlands' largest bank, reported better than expected fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday and sought to calm worries about its exposure to oil industry lending that led to a 20 percent fall its share price in January.

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