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BPI

BK OF PHI ISLAND
BPI.PS
Last Price
87.00
07:22 GMT / 19 MAR 2019
Value Change [%]
-1.10
[(-1.25%)]
Volume
1,286,550
Open
88.15
Day's High
88.15
Year's High
113.78
Previous Close
88.10
Day's Low
87.00
Year's Low
78.90
Earnings Per Share
5.30
P/E Ratio
16.62
Lot Size
10
Div. Yield (%)
2.04
Dividend
1.80
Div. Pay Date
29 JAN 2019
Ex-Div. Date
03 JAN 2019
Last Trade
87.00
Last Trade Time (GMT)
07:22
Last Trade 2
87.00
Last Trade 3
87.00
Volume
1,286,550
Turnover
112,937,759
Bid
87.00
Bid Size
180,460
Ask
87.50
Ask Size
10,000
Close Bid
87.00
Close Ask
87.50
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Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is a commercial bank. The Bank has two major categories for products and services. The first category covers its deposit taking and lending/investment activities. Revenue from this category is collectively termed as net interest income and accounts for about 62% of revenues. The second category covers services other than and auxiliary to the core deposit taking, lending, and investing business and from which it derives commissions, service charges and fees from turnover volume. These include investment banking and corporate finance fees, asset management and trust fees, foreign exchange, securities distribution fees, securities trading gains, credit card membership fees, rental of bank assets, income from insurance subsidiaries and service charges/commissions earned on international trade transactions, drafts, fund transfers, various deposit related services.

  • Market News
FACTBOX -Potential candidates for Philippine c.bank governor
28 February 2019
source: reuters.com
    By Karen Lema and Neil Jerome Morales
    MANILA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo
Duterte is expected to choose a successor soon to complete the
six-year term of central bank governor Nestor Espenilla, who
died on Feb. 23 after a battle with cancer.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL3N20I08M
    Bankers, fund managers and economists who spoke to Reuters
said Duterte should pick a Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)
insider to carry on reforms started by Espenilla, who became
governor in July 2017. 
    While an outsider is also possible, he or she would need to
have a good track record and be well versed in banking and
macroeconomics, they said.
    Here are their top picks for the post. 
    
    MARIA ALMASARA CYD TUANO-AMADOR
    Amador, 62, came of out retirement in 2017 to lead the
central bank's corporate services sector in charge of managing
communications and risks strategy.
    She is currently one of three deputy governors, and
officer-in-charge of the bank until Duterte names a new
governor.
    Previously, Amador was assistant governor for monetary
policy from 2009 to 2015. She was seconded to the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) from 2003 to 2006.
    Amador holds two master's degrees from the University of the
Philippines School of Economics and the Graduate Institute of
Policy Science in Tokyo, and a doctorate in economics from the
Australian National University. 
    
    CHUCHI FONACIER 
    Fonacier, 58, is deputy governor in charge of financial
supervision and examination, a position Espenilla held before
becoming governor.
    She joined the BSP as a bank examiner 35 years ago, rising
to assistant governor in 2017.
    Fonacier has a bachelor degree in accounting from La Salle
College-Bacolod, and a master's degree in business
administration from Ateneo de Manila University.
    A certified public accountant, she has driven many of the
central bank's reforms, including the consolidation of weaker
commercial banks through mergers and acquisitions.
    
    DIWA GUINIGUNDO
    Guinigundo, 64, is deputy governor for the monetary
stability sector and has been at the bank for four decades. He
previously served as assistant governor for monetary policy and
international operations.
    Guinigundo has a master's degree from the London School of
Economics and spearheaded the BSP's introduction of the interest
rate corridor system in 2016. He initiated the bank's shift in
1999 from a monetary to an inflation-targeting framework, its
primary policy mechanism used to manage inflation since 2002.  
    
    ANTONIO MONCUPA
    Moncupa, 60, is chief executive and vice chairman of
mid-sized lender East West Banking Corp  EW.PS .
    His more than 30 years in banking has included stints with 
International Exchange Bank, the United Coconut Planters Bank
and the Union Bank of the Philippines  UBP.PS .
    Moncupa holds a master's degree in business administration
from the University of Chicago. He was among the leading
candidates for BSP governor when the post was last open in 2017.
        
    AURELIO MONTINOLA
    Montinola, 67, served as president and CEO of Bank of the
Philippine Islands  BPI.PS , the country's oldest lender, from
2005 to 2013, where he is now a board director.
    He is also chairman of Manila's Far Eastern University
 FEU.PS  and holds a management engineering degree from Ateneo
de Manila University and a master's degree in business
administration from Harvard Business School.

    NESTOR TAN
    Tan, 61, is president and CEO of BDO Unibank Inc  BDO.PS ,
the country's largest bank by assets, and president of the
Bankers Association of the Philippines.
    Prior to joining BDO, Tan was chief operating officer of the
Financial Institutions Services Group of BZW, the investment
banking unit of Barclays Group. 
    In a nearly four-decade career, Tan has worked at Mellon
Bank (now BNY Mellon) in Pittsburgh, Bankers Trust Company (now
Deutsche Bank) in New York, and Barclays Group in New York and
London.
    He has a bachelor's degree from De La Salle University and a
master's degree in business administration from the Wharton
School at the University of Pennsylvania.

 (Reporting by Karen Lema and Neil Jerome Morales; editing by
Darren Schuettler)
 ((karen.lema@thomsonreuters.com; +632 841-8938; Reuters
Messaging: karen.lema.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))
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