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  • Good Morning to everyone! We are the Group 6. We’re going to present the SWOT analysis of the BPI or Bank of the Philippine Island.
  • Assets-property of value, esp. in sense of available to cover debts.Capitalization-their money.Conglomerate-a grouped to gather in mass.
  • ¹ Includes DBS Bank² Voting powers are under the authority of the Archbishop
  • BPI profile

    1. 1. SWOT ANALYSIS/ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS Bank of the Philippine Island
    2. 2. What is Bank of the Philippine Island? (Spanish: Banco de las Islas Filipinas, commonly known as BPI; PSE: BPI) is the oldest bank in the Philippines still in operation and is the countrys third largest bank in terms of assets, the countrys largest bank in terms of market capitalization, and the countrys most profitable bank. It is owned by the Ayala Corporation - the largest conglomerate in the Philippines, and is based in Makati Citys Central Business District, on the corner of Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas.
    3. 3. Company Perspective Through the years, BPI strove to deliver the highest standardsof convenience banking through the ingenuity of technology andcreative management. As the recognized "most technologicallyadvanced bank", BPI introduced the first successful automated tellermachine (ATM) service in the Philippines. Among BPIs other firstsare: the issuance of the first debit card, the introduction of cashlessshopping with the Express Teller Card, the establishment of bankingkiosks, the Express Banking Centers, the launching of telephonebanking with the Express Phone, and the use of a Call Center. BPIhas distinguished itself by catering to the ever-evolving needs andlifestyles of the public.
    4. 4. Company HistoryKey dates:1828: King Ferdinand VII of Spain issues a decree authorizing the formation of Bank in the Philippines.1851: El Banco Español Filipino de Isabel 2 is established.1898: The bank becomes a Filipino institution after United States takes over the Philippines from Spain.1912: The bank changes its name to Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI).1969: Ayala Corporation acquires control of BPI.1974: BPI acquires Peoples Bank and Trust Company.
    5. 5. 1980: The bank begins leasing operations.1981: Commercial Bank and Trust Company isacquired, and the first ATMs are introduced.1982: The company converts to expandedcommercial bank status.1995: First Cavite Savings is acquired.1999: Far East Bank and Trust Company isacquired.2000: BPI Direct internet banking service islaunched, and Ayala insurance companies areacquired.2002: DBS Bank Philippines is acquired.2003: The company spins off re-insuranceoperations into Universal Malayan ReinsuranceCorporation.
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    8. 8. BPI Headquarter at Ayala Avenue, Paseo De RoxasMakati City, Philippines
    9. 9. Subsidiaries and Affiliates 1851 Club Inc.; AF Holdings & Mgt. Corp.; AF MerchantsInc.; AF Money Brokers Inc.; Ayala Life Assurance Inc.; Ayala PlansInc.; BPI Bancassurance Inc.; BPI Capital Corp.; BPI ComputerSystems Corp.; BPI Direct Savings Bank Inc.; BPI Family SavingsBank; BPI Forex; Corp.; BPI Foundation, Inc.; BPI InternationalFinance Ltd.; BPI Investment Mgt. Inc.; BPI Leasing Corp.; BPIOperations Mgt. Corp.; BPI Paseo de Roxas Condominium; BPIRental Corp.; BPI Securities Corp.; BPI/MS Insurance Corp.;CityTrust Realty Corp.; CityTrust Securities Corp.; Far East BankSpeed; FCP Credit Corp.; FEB Insurance Brokers, Inc.; FEBManagement, Inc.; FEB Savings Bank; FEB Stock Brokers Inc.;Filinvest Algo Financial Corp.; First FarEast Development Corp.;Greentop Condominium Corp.; Santiago Land & Devt Corp.;Shenton Corp.; Zodiac Realty Corp.
    10. 10. Ownership• PCD Nominee Corporation: 35.55% (30.17% Filipino, 5.38% non-Filipino)• Ayala Corporation: 23.28%• Ayala DBS Holdings¹: 21.43%• Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila²: 8.51%• BPI directors and officers: 0.08%• Public stock: 11.15%
    11. 11. Principal Competitors Citibank; Metropolitan Bank and Trust Co.; Equitable-PCI Bank; Land Bank of the Philippines; Philippine National Bank; Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation; Development Bank of the Philippines; Allied Banking Corporation; United Coconut Planters Bank; China Banking Corporation; Union Bank of the Philippines.
    12. 12. Strengths
    13. 13. Conservative Innovative Products Adequate Capital Low cost deposits Nationwide branch network Long banking history and tradition Competent Management Strong Owners (Ayalas) Ties with Ayala group of companies
    14. 14. BPI Products and Services• Deposits• Deposit Substitutes• Loans• International Banking (Hong Kong)• Payments & Settlement Services• Asset Management & Trust• Investment Banking• Dealership & Brokerage• Insurance Services• Ancillary Services
    15. 15. Board of DirectorsChairman: Jaime Augusto Zobel De Ayala IIPresident: Aurelio R. Montinola IIIDirectors: Fernando Zobel de Ayala, Gerardo C. Ablaza Jr., Emily A. Abrera, Lilia R. Bautista, Romeo L. Bernardo, Chng Sok Hui, Octavio V. Espiritu, Rebecca G. Fernando, Xavier P. Loinaz, Ma Yuen Lin, Annie Mercedita S. Nolledo, Oscar S. Reyes, Wong Ann Chai.
    16. 16. Weaknesses
    17. 17. Low deposit ratesLong product cycle
    18. 18. Opportunities
    19. 19. Include young populationGrowing economyNew alternative channelsOFW’s
    20. 20. Threats
    21. 21. Competition from other banks  Regulation
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