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    Please be advised that starting June 1, 2014, there will be changes on various FEES AND CHARGES of the Bank. Please click here for more details.
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    Please be advised that starting July 1, 2014, ATM Savings Account - Minimum Maintaining Balance will be Php 2,000 and Balance to Earn Interest will be Php 5,000. Also, Passbook Savings Account - Minimum Maintaining Balance will be Php 5,000 and Balance to Earn Interest will be Php 10,000.
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    Starting July 1, 2014, please be advised of the new maintaining balances for ATM and Passbook Savings. The minimum maintaining balance for ATM Savings will be P2,000 and the balance to earn interest will be P5,000. For Passbook Savings, the minimum maintaining balance will be P5,000 and the balance to earn interest will be P10,000. Thank you for your continued banking partnership.
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China Bank SM Aura Premier Branch opens; nationwide branch network now 321-strong

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

China Bank’s newest branch in SM Prime Holdings’ latest high-end lifestyle destination project, SM Aura Premier, began operations on May 17, 2013—same as the mall’s official opening. China Bank SM Aura Premier Branch, headed by Cristina S. Filio, is strategically-located at the lower ground floor and is open from Monday to Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. It has an ATM and a night depository box for day and night banking service.
 
The opening of SM Aura Premier Branch brings the Bank's nationwide network to 321 nationwide, including the branches of its thrift bank subsidiary, China Bank Savings (CBS).

China Bank SM Aura Premier Branch opens; nationwide branch network now 321-strong
At the inauguration of China Bank SM Aura Premier Branch, COL Financial President Conrado “Dino” Bate (fourth from left), led the ribbon cutting, assisted by (from left) China Bank’s Region Head Philip Tsai and BBG Deputy Head Samuel Chiong, COL Financial VP April Lyn Lee Tan, and China Bank’s BBG Head Nancy Yang, Area Head Gladys Isidro, Branch Manager Cristina Filio, and CorPlan & Investor Relations Head Alexander Escucha.

In the pipeline are five more China Bank branches within the first half of the year, all located in the provinces.  The Bank is on track with its expansion plan, opening 23 new branches last year—15 for the main bank and 8 for CBS—and acquiring Unity Bank, a Pampanga-based rural bank, to be merged with CBS by November 2013. 

This vast branch network is complement by over 500 China Bank and China Bank Savings ATMs, and electronic banking channels that provide efficient and secure 24/7 service: China Bank TellerPhone (phone banking) and China Bank Online (Internet and mobile banking).

This year, the target is to open a total of 67 branches. China Bank aims to have a combined branch network of 415 by 2014.

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