Tag: Financial Advice
ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard: BPI is among country’s best
BPI earned a spot among the Top Performing Companies under the ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard (ACGS) in 2017.
Filipino seafarers recognized, given financial literacy education as BPI celebrates Magsaysay Annual Family Day
In recognition of the contribution of the Filipino seafarers to our country, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) participated in the Magsaysay Family Day, an annual event organized by Magsaysay MOL Marine, Inc.
Repossessed cars are viable, affordable options for Pinoys – BPI
With less than a hundred days to go before Christmas, some have started writing their wish lists.
Asia Risk recognizes BPI for prudent risk management
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has been recognized for being the best in risk management in the Philippines following the rigorous assessment of Asia Risk, an organization that monitors risk management practices of financial institutions.
BanKo reaches out to grassroots communities through volleyball camps
BPI Direct BanKo, Inc. (BanKo) has reached out to the grassroots in the provinces hauling some balls to smash with the help of its volleyball team, the BanKo Perlas Spikers.
5 Things You Should Look For in an Investment Manager
For many high net worth individuals, keeping and growing their wealth is an important preoccupation. But some would rather entrust their money to an institution or an investment manager to accomplish this needful task. Choosing who to trust, however, can be challenging.
Understanding The Future Of Money
What is the future of financial services? Are we really heading towards a cashless society or is it all hype?
The Spiritual Power of Wealth
As a personal finance advocate, I have written over a thousand articles, columns & blogs, given over a thousand talks & lectures over a dozen nations, written and published four books on managing money and building wealth
Ensuring Your Dreams
Amongst all financial instruments, life insurance is one of the most misunderstood and unappreciated until it’s too late which is the reason why insurance penetration remains to lag behind in the Philippines.
Why do Pinoys not invest?
I recently saw an infogram stating that only 8% of Filipinos have some form of an investment like stocks, mutual funds, UITF or insurance. Although there has been some gains in the number of Filipinos who have begun investing, we are still way behind many other nations with regard to investing by its citizens.
Lean not on your own understanding
There have been a lot of business decisions that I have been involved in covering a few decades.
Honoring my Father
One of the biggest issues that face the world today is the problem of fatherlessness.