ING reinvigorates its Australian M&A strategy

Grenville Thynne returns from Hong Kong to Sydney to breathe life into a niche advisory business backed by the clout of ING''s global balance sheet.

The former head of FIG at ING in Asia, Grenville Thynne, returned to his native Australia earlier this year to become head of investment banking for the Dutch bank. The role has been vacant for more than 12 months and ING only ranks twelfth in the MA league tables. Thynne explains how he plans to increase deal flow in 2004 and rebuild the bank's franchise.

What's the core of your strategy

Thynne To focus on corporate advisory and use our balance sheet strategically to supplement our MA product. We are good at giving advice and we will lead with this product in any of the deals that we do....

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