Brunon Bartkiewicz to become ING Bank’s Chief Innovation Officer

Brunon Bartkiewicz will become ING Bank’s Chief Innovation Officer per 1 July 2014. As announced at ING Bank’s Strategy update on 31 March 2014, Brunon will be responsible for driving ING’s strategic innovation agenda...

Brunon Bartkiewicz will become ING Bank’s Chief Innovation Officer per 1 July 2014. As announced at ING Bank’s Strategy update on 31 March 2014, Brunon will be responsible for driving ING’s strategic innovation agenda, developing and promoting innovative ideas and solutions, applying new technologies and delivering speed-to-market of successful ideas.

Brunon Bartkiewicz (Polish, 1962) is an experienced leader with more than 20 years of experience in banking, and within ING one of the architects of the ING Direct business model. Brunon Bartkiewicz is currently CEO Rest of Europe, responsible for ING’s operations in France, Italy, Spain as well as Poland, Romania and Turkey.

Brunon started his career in banking with ING Bank Slaski in 1991, and was appointed Board member and acting CEO in 1992. From 2000 through 2004, he was general manager of ING Direct. In this role, he successfully developed and rolled out the ING Direct business model globally. In 2004, Brunon returned to Poland as CEO of ING Bank Slaski. He has held that function till the end of 2009. He holds a degree in Economics from Warsaw School of Economics and several post-graduate degrees, including a degree in general management from INSEAD, France

"In a dynamic banking landscape, where customer expectations are constantly changing and technology is changing the way we interact with our customers, we seek to be agile and ensure our franchise remains sustainable and competitive," said Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING Group. "In this context, I am pleased to appoint Brunon Bartkiewicz as Chief Innovation Officer, reporting directly to me. Brunon is one of the architects of the ING Direct banking model and has a track record in building and transforming banks. I am convinced he will drive our strategic innovation agenda and think beyond traditional banking to serve changing customer needs."

Next Finance , June 2014

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