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For many Filipino seafarers and their families, a large portion of their income goes into the acquisition of the latest gadgets, continual home improvements, and perhaps a brand new car. And why not? They have the money.
“Social engineer” may sound like a cool job title you can put on your calling card. But know that it spells nothing but trouble.
Elementary school kids will soon learn to save and invest more through a partnership between BPI Foundation and Philam Foundation.
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) held its first National Volunteer Day August 18 as part of its 167th anniversary celebration. More than 1,000 BPI volunteers painted and helped build houses in 10 different Gawad Kalinga (GK) communities across Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Shown here is BPI President and CEO Cezar P. Consing leading the activity in Gawad Kalinga DMCI CFC Parañaque Rotary Village, Asinan, Parañaque City.
BPI Direct BanKo (BanKo), the microfinance subsidiary of the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), officially opened the doors of its Cubao branch on August 13, 2018. This marks the third BanKo location in Metro Manila, after the Greenhills branch and Caloocan Branch opened in 2010 and 2016 respectively.
Philippine banking history began with the establishment of the Bank of Philippine Islands – originally known as El Banco Español Filipino de Isabel II – on August 1, 1851.
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) total assets stood at P1.90 trillion, up by 10.8%, while total capital reached P239.70 billion, up by 38.2% on account of the recent stock rights offering.
While the stock market has declined recently and is considered by many Filipinos to be high-risk due to its perceived complexity, BPI Securities, the stock brokerage arm of the Bank of Philippines Islands (BPI), believes now is a good time to seriously consider investing in the platform
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is enhancing its network to support an increasing demand for efficient and convenient automated banking channels that complement its traditional branches.
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is intensifying its digitalization efforts to support rapid growth, enable more convenient and efficient banking for clients, and increase financial inclusion.
The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is urging overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and their families to get financial management education to allow them to better manage remittances.
Eight well-known powerful companies in the Philippines made it to Forbes’ 2000 list World’s Biggest Public Companies.