ING Launches Worst-Of Memory Notes

ING Bank has launched five-year, worst-of memory coupon notes that offer a potential 46% return depending on the performance of three underlying indices.

  • 31 Aug 2010

--Rob McGlinchey

ING Bank has launched five-year, worst-of memory coupon notes that offer a potential 46% return depending on the performance of three underlying indices.

The notes, which are linked to the index levels of the Eurostoxx 50, S&P500 and OMX Stockholm 30, pay coupons of 9.2% annually should ...

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