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PBB income up in 1st half

Philippine Business Bank (PBB) grew its core income by a third in the first six months of the year, boosted by robust lending to small and medium entrepreneurs.

Posted: August 18th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

CIMB eyeing PH thrift bank

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After the collapse of a deal to take over Bank of Commerce, Malaysian banking giant CIMB is in talks to invest in Philippine Business Bank, a thrift bank led by the group of Zest-O founder Alfredo Yao.

Posted: July 30th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

PBB aims to raise P5B via sale of deposit certificates

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Philippine Business Bank, the banking arm of the group of businessman Alfredo Yao, plans to raise P5 billion through an offering of high-yielding deposit certificates.   In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, PBB said its board had approved a resolution providing for the issuance of long-term negotiable certificates of deposits (LTNCDs) in two […]

Posted: December 19th, 2013 in Headlines | Read More »

Zest-O’s Yao new ‘Grand MVP Bossing’

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Former ambassador Alfredo Yao, whose ventures include juice maker Zest-O, its spin-off airline Zest Airways (now AirAsia Zest ) and Philippine Business Bank, was awarded the Grand MVP Bossing title last week, an annual nationwide search for top Filipino entrepreneurs, a statement last week showed.

Posted: November 25th, 2013 in Headlines | Read More »

PBB to open 26 branches till ’14

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Alfred M. Yao, president of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry: It could have been higher. PHOTO FROM PBB.COM.PH

Businessman Alfred M. Yao’s Philippine Business Bank (PBB) has disclosed plans to grow its physical branch network by more than a quarter in the next 12 months to reach out to a bigger market.

Posted: November 22nd, 2013 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

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