Global Finance names BDO Capital the best in PH

2019 March - For the 3rd straight year and 5th time overall, BDO Capital and Investment Corporation is awarded the Best Investment Bank in the Philippines by Global Finance.

 

A wholly-owned subsidiary of BDO Unibank, Inc., the country’s largest bank*, BDO Capital was awarded during Global Finance’s 20th annual World’s Best Investment Banks for its market share, number and size of deals, service and advice, structuring capabilities, extensive distribution network, efforts to address market conditions, innovation, pricing, after-market performance of underwritings, and market reputation.

 

“Investment banking plays a key role in moving the global economy forward. Our awards highlight the investment banks that stand out in delivering quality insight and innovative deals that meet their clients rapidly changing needs,” said Joseph D. Giarraputo, publisher and editorial director of New York-based magazine Global Finance.

 

One of the country’s most awarded banks, BDO has received other titles over the years from Global Finance: Best Bank in the Philippines, Best Safest Bank, Best Foreign Exchange Provider, Best Trade Finance Bank, and Best Private Bank (through subsidiary BDO Private Bank).

 

“Getting consistently recognized alongside some of the best banks in the world is an honor we share with our clients. Their continued trust and loyalty drives us to keep getting better at meeting their banking needs,” said BDO Capital president Eduardo V. Francisco, who is also this year’s chairman of the International Association of Financial Executives Institute (IAFEI).

 

“We are committed to being our clients’ reliable and trustworthy partner in raising capital to expand their business.”

 

BDO Capital is a full service investment house that offers securities underwriting and trading, loan syndication, financial advisory, and private placement of debt and equity.

 

 

*As of December 31, 2018, BDO Unibank Inc. ranks as the country’s largest bank in terms of total assets, loans, deposits, and trust funds under management based on published statements of condition.

 

 

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