When sending wire transfer or remittances to BDO, BPI, Metrobank, Landbank, DBP, or any other Philippine bank, you’ll need the SWIFT Code (also called BIC) which you can find in this list! Make sure you’re using the right bank code because if you provide the
Are you looking for the 9-digit Bank Code in Paypal? If you are withdrawing PayPal funds to your bank account in the Philippines, you’re most likely wondering and looking for the “Bank Code”. Don’t worry, PayPal has released the official list of Bank Codes in
Asia is set to become the “economic center of gravity” by the year 2050, with four out of 10 largest economies and 7 out of 10 fastest growing economies all coming from that region. That is according to the “2012 Wealth Report” published by Citi
Here’s an update to one of the recent high-profile banking scandals in the country. The Department of Justice (DOJ) has found probable cause in the qualified theft case filed by Citibank against its former employee, Francis Bryan Ang, who supposedly ran away with more than
Last week, Citibank Philippines reported that one of its private banking officers have gone missing and allegedly carted with him hundreds of millions of pesos worth of depositors’ money. Francis Bryan Ang, an Assistant Vice President (AVP) of Citibank Binondo’s Citigold Wealth Management Group, is
Here’s another safe and relatively high-yielding instrument to place your money in. Well, it’s not really “high-yielding” compared to returns of stocks, but compared to other savings or time deposit accounts in the market, this one has one of the highest interest rates.
Update: Largest Banks in the Philippines (2009) Banco de Oro (BDO) is now the largest bank in the Philippines, in terms of both assets and total deposits. This is according to a report of comparative sizes of Philippine banks which I got from my bank.
Also read: 126,000 more workers worldwide to lose jobs and Job losses in the Philippines If you’re still wondering about the impact of the US subprime mortgage problem, just read the business news and you’ll see who the casualties are: the employed — or more