ING Makes Hints, SC in Firing Line - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

It's been a long wait for ING shareholders, but it should be worth it. In fact, even more worth it than may have been previously expected. The Dutch bank abandoned dividends after its 10 billion euro bailout in 2008. The last one billion euros of that is due to be paid back to the state by May 15 next year - after which it's promised to resume dividends. But if it can pay the state back earlier, shareholders will have something extra to look forward to. ING's CFO Patrick Flynn.



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