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ING names new chief executive



Dutch bank ING this morning confirmed that Ralph Hamers will succeed Jon Hommen as chief executive in October.

Hamers is currently chief executive of ING Belgium, and has been in the role since 2011.

Hommen, whose four-year term on the executive board will expire after the AGM in May, has headed up the Dutch bank since 2009.

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ECB profits on its Greek bonds



THE EUROPEAN Central Bank (ECB) made 555m (?480m) in interest income from its Greek bonds, accounts showed yesterday, indicating the whole Eurosystem may have made several billion on the emergency purchases.

That is expected to be divided up among the Eurozones national central banks, added to their own earnings and given to Athens.

The ECB made another 553m in interest on other securities bought under the emergency programme, including those of Spain and Italy.

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