Tag: Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)

  • BPI Auto Madness offers low interest rates, free insurance, freebies to car buyers

    BPI Auto Madness offers low interest rates, free insurance, freebies to car buyers

    BUY your new car at low interest rates with free one-year insurance plus loads of freebies during the BPI Family Auto Madness event at the Activity Center of Ayala Center Cebu. The annual event will be held this year until Sunday, March 13.

  • BPI Make the Best Happen campaign enables Pinoy life goals

    BPI Make the Best Happen campaign enables Pinoy life goals

    Taking into consideration the big interest of Filipinos on such things as travel, shopping, and fitness, BPI helps them focus on their life aspirations with its Make the Best Happen campaign.

  • BPI opens auto, housing, and lifestyle event at Ayala Center Cebu

    BPI opens auto, housing, and lifestyle event at Ayala Center Cebu

    BPI makes it easy for Cebuanos to avail themselves of bank products and services during its ongoing Auto, Housing, and Lifestyle Madness event at Ayala Center Cebu. The bank brings the whole range of its financial services – from account opening and deposits to personal and business loans – in one place from September 3-6, 2015 for the convenience of Cebu residents, said BPI-Cebu Capitol Cluster relationship manager Maximo Rey S. Eleccion.

  • Boljoon ready for tourists during Holy Week break

    Boljoon ready for tourists during Holy Week break

    If you’re planning a Cebu trip during the Holy Week break and feel that the holiday island of Bantayan will be too crowded, you might want to consider Boljoon and its neighboring towns in your travel itinerary. Many tourists now consider Boljoon as an alternative Cebu destination during the Lenten season, Mayor Merlou Derama said. […]

  • BPI museum traces history of banking in Philippines

    BPI museum traces history of banking in Philippines

    Ever wondered how and when banking started in the Philippines? The oldest bank in the country, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), tells the story through its newly opened museum in Cebu City. On display at the museum are gold coins that started circulation in 1861, 10 years after the El Banco EspaƱol Filipino de […]