Hans De Munck becomes the new Chief Financial Officer of ING in Belgium.
As of 15 November 2018, Hans De Munck will become the new Chief Financial Officer of ING in Belgium. Hans De Munck succeeds Tanate Phutrakul, who was recently appointed ING Group Controller.
In his new role, Hans reports to Erik Van Den Eynden, CEO of ING in Belgium & Luxembourg: "Hans is someone who could explain how the bank works using a beermat. His down-to-earth approach is very appreciated. He brings with him a vast experience and his personality is highly complementary to the rest of the team. I am very happy that he is part of our Management Team."
Hans is a commercial engineer and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago. He started his career at ING in Belgium (formerly BBL) in 1996 as an analyst in Market Risk Management. He has a wealth of risk management experience, balance sheet management and treasury, both at ING in Belgium and at ING Group.
In his previous position as head of Balance Sheet & Capital Management for ING Group, he oversaw and managed key balance sheet equilibria in financing and capital, and prepared ING for upcoming regulations such as Basel IV.
More on Hans De Munck:
- Hans de Munck (1973, Belgium) is a commercial engineer of KU Leuven and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago.
- He started his career as a research assistant of the Economics Department of KU Leuven.
- In 1996 he joined the former BBL as an Analyst Market Risk Management. 3 years later he became responsible for Asset & Liability Management (Market Risk Management) in Belgium.
- In 2003 Hans became Head of Asset & Liability Management (Market Risk Management) at ING Group in Amsterdam.
- Between 2008 and 2012 he lead Risk Integration & Analytics (Corporate Risk).
- In 2012 Hans was appointed Implementation manager Bank Treasury for ING Bank nv.
- Between 2012 and 2018 he combined 2 roles as Local head of Bank Treasury for ING Belgium and Global head of Balance Sheet & Capital Management for ING Bank nv.