True to its mandate of putting the needs of its customers first, Philippine National Bank (SEC: PNB) reopened its Marawi Branch last October 24 – the first bank to open in the city after the siege. The branch is located inside the Mindanao State University (MSU) campus. A day before it reopened, the bank was also the first to resume operations of ATM units – one machine in the MSU campus branch and another in the Capitol area.
PNB’s Retail Banking Sector Head and EVP Bernie H. Tocmo underscores how the bank remains committed to serving the needs of its clients. “We knew that as soon as the dust had settled, we had to be ready to serve our customers,” he says. “We are focused on being a solid and dependable financial partner as Marawi starts to rebuild lives and businesses.”
PNB Marawi Branch operates from Monday to Friday, from 9:00am to 12:00pm. As of September 2017, PNB has more than 680 branches and over 1,000 ATMs nationwide. The Bank has the widest international footprint among Philippine banks with 71 overseas branches, representative offices, and remittance centers and subsidiaries across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America.