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Mang Inasal is the Philippines’ Halo-Halo Destination this summer!

Customers flocked to  Mang Inasal  stores nationwide to celebrate the Twitter-trending National Halo-Halo Blowout that gave away ₱20 discount for Extra Creamy Halo-Halo Small Size.   "We are happy to be the country's Halo-Halo destination especially this summer when we see a lot of customers – young and old – enjoying our Extra Creamy Halo-Halo anytime of the day," shared Mang Inasal President Mike V. Castro. "And as our level up treat, Mang Inasal will be having a delivery edition of our National Halo-Halo Blowout soon plus a Level Up Sarap Halo-Halo Caravan nationwide." Leading the halo-halo lovers who flocked to Mang Inasal stores were Mang Inasal endorsers Dimples Romana, who visited Ayala Malls Manila Bay and Jane de Leon who made customers happy at Market! Market! Taguig. Melai Cantiveros also joined the National Halo-Halo Blowout at Robinsons Malabon, while Bisaya Squad dropped by at SM City Seaside Cebu.  The  National Halo-Halo Blowout's  ₱20 off on

BDO 1Q income up 13% to ₱11.7 billion

BDO Unibank, Inc. (BDO) posted a 13% year-on-year (YoY) increase in net income to P11.7 billion for the 1Q 2022, driven by the Bank’s core businesses.    

 

Loan portfolio rose by 7% to P2.4 trillion on strong demand from corporate borrowers, the recovery in the middle market, and the resilience of the consumer segment. Deposits went up to P2.8 trillion driven by the 11% YoY increase in Current Account/Savings Account (CASA) deposits, now comprising ~86% of total deposits. This resulted in net interest income of P33.9 billion, 6% higher than a year-ago. 

 

Non-interest income increased by 9% to P16.7 billion, driven by fees and insurance premiums. Trading and forex gains were in line with normalized business levels. 

 

Operating expense (OPEX) growth was manageable at 3% YoY to P31.8 billion. 

 

Asset quality continued to improve with NPL ratio down to 2.72% from 2.81% last year. The Bank maintained its conservative credit and provisioning policy with provisions at P3.7 billion compared to P2.9 billion a year-ago, resulting in higher NPL coverage at 120.8%

 

Total capital base strengthened to ₱429.9 billion, with the Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) and Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) Ratio both increasing to 14.6% and 13.5%, respectively, comfortably above regulatory minimum. 

 

BDO’s Return on Common Equity (ROCE) for the 1Q 2022 increased to 11.09% from 10.56% in the same period last year. The Bank’s Book Value per common share rose to P96.47 as of end-March 2022 for a 7% year-on-year growth.

 

BDO’s sustained earnings performance, robust business franchise, and solid capital base place the Bank in a good position for long-term sustainable growth. 

 

About BDO

 

BDO is a full-service universal bank which provides a wide range of corporate and retail services such as traditional loan and deposit products, treasury, trust banking, investment banking, private banking, rural banking, cash management, leasing and finance, remittance, insurance, cash cards, credit cards, and online and non-online brokerage services.  

 

BDO has the country’s largest distribution network, with over 1,500 consolidated operating branches and more than 4,400 ATMs nationwide.  It also has 16 international offices (including full-service branches in Hong Kong and Singapore) in Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.

 

The Bank also offers digital banking solutions to make banking easier, faster, and more secure for its clients.

 

BDO ranked as the largest bank in terms of total assets, loans, deposits and trust funds under management based on published statements of condition as of December 31, 2021. For more information, please visit www.bdo.com.ph

 


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