As ING U.S. Inc. plans its separation from the Dutch financial services conglomerate ING Groep NV, the move is not expected to change operations in Windsor, the company said.
“Our Windsor operations remain a central part of our overall operations,” said Dana E. Ripley, a spokesman for ING U.S.
ING U.S. filed documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission detailing that it expects to raise as much as $100 million in an initial public offering.
Some 20 workers laid off recently at ING offices in Connecticut was not related to a massive European job reduction that the Dutch financial group announced Wednesday, company officials said.
“This week we did make some small staffing adjustments in our Technology Services group,” said ING spokesman Joseph Loparco. “This involved about 20 Connecticut-based positions, and it’s part of our ongoing efforts to improve the operational efficiency of our U.S. businesses.”