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Say hello to a (much) bigger BPI.
Robinsons Bank, the financial services arm of the Gokongwei Group, is merging with the Ayala-owned and controlled Bank of the Philippine Islands, it was announced on Friday (September 30).  In a disclosure to the PSE, both boards of listed companies JG Summit Holdings ...
 
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Wait and see.
Robinsons Bank, the financial services arm of the Gokongwei Group, is in talks with the Ayala-owned and controlled Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) on a "possible collaboration," both companies announced on Friday (September 30).  The announcement was made via a disclosure to ...
 
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This year's Art in the Park takes us into the park... and into the Metaverse.
A few firsts and some familiar faces are coming together for the 16th edition of Art in the Park. The  country's "affordable art fair" is set to bring a troupe of online exhibits and live events at the Jaime C. Velasquez Park ...
 
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It’s going to be sustainable, too. 
The headquarters of the Bank of the Philippines Islands has been a focal point in Makati City’s Central Business District for decades. Long before the CBD was lined with skyscrapers, BPI’s home at 6768 Ayala Ave. was the heart of the financial ...
 
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First half provisions climb to P15 billion.
Bank of the Philippines reported a net loss during the first six months of 2020 mainly due to higher provisions for loan losses triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. The Ayala-led bank said net income dropped to P11.68 billion during the first half of ...
 
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Whether it's for security, convenience, or additional perks, these transactions are better done with a swipe.
The Philippines is far from being a cashless country, but when it comes to certain transactions, the pluses of swiping a credit card outweigh those of paying with cash. Used wisely, the shiny piece of plastic can offer its owners more bang ...
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