Investment, financial planning made easy in Philippine Veterans Bank
Radyo Inquirer 990AM
MANILA, Philippines—Seeking advices on acquiring or running a business venture and planning one’s financial future can now be availed through investment banking division of the Philippine Veterans Bank, said an earlier report on Radyo Inquirer.
“Through our investment banking division, clients can now seek help to determine appropriate capital structure in running a business, make acquisitions and plan for their financial future,” said Mike Villareal, vice president for corporate communications of the Philippine Veterans Bank, in an interview with Ricky Brozas and Liza Soriano of Radyo Inquirer.
The division, he explained, is the one that assists public and private corporations raise funds from the capital markets, as well as in providing strategic fund arrangement services for joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions and syndicated transactions.
He added it is also tasked with creating value for the bank’s clients that include large multinational and local companies (business finance), government corporations or local government units (government/public finance), banks or financial institutions, or smaller players with high growth prospects that include personal finance of single proprietorships.
Villareal said the division services clients through the following: designing, implementing and monitoring the financial policies of the company; planning and execution of the financing program; and interfacing with the bank’s lending group, financial community and/or investors.
He added the division assists clients in their long-term capital investment decisions, whether to finance investments with equity or debt, and their short-term decisions that deal with short-term balance of current assets and liabilities.
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