MANILA — The Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP) on Friday assured customers that its member-banks will continue to operate normally in Mindanao, even as tight security measures are being enforced by government forces due to martial law.
“We are committed to bring regular banking services even in the areas of conflict to serve clients and the general public,” the BAP announced.
The public should not hesitate to call or visit their respective branches for assistance, BAP said.
Among BAP’s member banks are:
Asia United Bank,
BDO Unibank, Inc.,
BDO Private Bank, Inc.,
Bank of Commerce,
Bank of the Philippine Islands,
China Banking Corp.,
CTBC Bank (Philippines) Corp.,
Development Bank of the Philippines,
East West Banking Corp.,
Land Bank of the Philippines,
Maybank Philippines, Inc.,
Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company,
Philippine Bank of Communications,
Philippine National Bank,
Philippine Trust Company,
Philippine Veterans Bank,
Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation,
Robinsons Bank Corporation,
Security Bank Corporation,
Union Bank of the Philippines, and
United Coconut Planters Bank.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Ltd.,
Bangkok Bank PCL,
Bank of America, N.A,
Bank of China,
Deutsche Bank AG,
ING Bank, N.V,
Mega International Commercial Bank Co., Ltd.,
Mizuho Bank Limited,
Standared Chartered Bank,
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation,
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubushi UFJ, Ltd. (BTMU), and
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, Ltd.
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